MSA spreads cultural awareness
Sep26

MSA spreads cultural awareness

The Muslim Student Association (MSA) at hosted their “Muslims Around the World” event in the Main Lounge on Sept. 24 to celebrate and spread awareness of the diversity of Muslims across the globe. The event was open to all students and featured traditional Muslim food from several different countries, as well as cultural performances. Some guests showed up dressed in traditional Muslim clothing to truly get into the spirit. MSA said...

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Pirates voice parking concerns on campus
Sep26

Pirates voice parking concerns on campus

A Seton Hall student reportedly found a golf cart sitting in a parking spot in the Xavier Hall parking lot, upsetting many commuter students about the price they pay for parking permits. Edward Sullivan, a senior political science major, noticed one day that a SHU golf cart was sitting in a parking spot under Xavier Hall. He was driving his car in the parking corridor under Xavier Hall looking for a spot. Sullivan said he then saw the...

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Civil Disobedience works to form presence
Sep26

Civil Disobedience works to form presence

Civil Disobedience is a punk band created by Seton Hall students who came together in 2014 and started playing music in a garage. Pat Condon, a junior marketing and sports management major and one of the band’s creators, said he has always been a fan of the music scene and has roots that go back to his father, who played in a few bands as well. Condon said the influence for his band came from his family, but he was also very inspired...

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Alum advice: Communication is key to business
Sep26

Alum advice: Communication is key to business

The Stillman School of Business’ Center for Entrepreneurial Studies will hold its 12th annual SHU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Induction Dinner on Sept. 27. The event will honor and recognize three successful alumni who are entrepreneurs from across the country. Susan Scherreik, the director of the Center of Entrepreneurial Studies, described the inspiration behind this award. “The honorees serve as role models for our students to...

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SHU hosts slave-free community project
Sep26

SHU hosts slave-free community project

The School of Diplomacy and International Relations hosted a symposium on modern slavery in conjunction with The New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking, The International Justice Project and the Slave-Free Community Project on Sept. 20. The event began with a welcome address by Andrea Bartoli, the dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations. “Slavery today is still happening,” Bartoli said. “It is still a...

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Seton Hall alumna speaks on addiction
Sep26

Seton Hall alumna speaks on addiction

On Sept. 20, Keaton Douglas, a 2017 alumna who received her M.A. in theology stood in the center of the Nursing Amphitheater. Before a small a gathering of students entered, she and a group of guest speakers and team members gathered in a circle and prayed for the event to be successful. They prayed that the students would be enlightened and leave with God in their hearts. Douglas had come to speak about how spirituality can be a key...

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Hall theater to perform an iconic play
Sep26

Hall theater to perform an iconic play

Every semester, a theater production takes place that is open to all students. One of the productions happening this semester is “Twelfth Night or What You Will,” a comedy written by William Shakespeare. This stage play features an excited cast that is happy to be performing an iconic work by the famous playwright. “I want the audience to have a good time, honestly,” Sarah Clifford, a senior theater major said. “Shakespeare can feel...

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SHU’s religion program offers opportunities
Sep26

SHU’s religion program offers opportunities

Mohamed Elshekh, a junior religious studies and diplomacy major, said that he was in the best place for religious studies. Several students said that what makes the program great are the professors in the religious studies department who are dedicated to their craft and are willing to give time to their students. Kaylee Clemens, a junior philosophy and religion major, said, “Ten out of 10 times, professors point you in the right...

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Mike Deej returns for SAB Coffeehouse, delights students
Sep24

Mike Deej returns for SAB Coffeehouse, delights students

On Sept. 19, Mike Deej returned to Seton Hall’s Pirate’s Cove to perform for the Student Activities Board (SAB) Coffeehouse. He covered some songs such as Ben E King’s “Stand By Me,” the Lumineers’ “Ho Hey,” and Billy Joel’s “For the Longest Time.” Allison Kroeger, a junior economics and finance one of the co-chairs of Coffeehouse, shared why SAB chose to have Deej...

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SHU weighs in on Nike Kaepernick ad
Sep19

SHU weighs in on Nike Kaepernick ad

Seton Hall faculty and students shared their thoughts and opinions on the recent Nike advertisement that featured former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Nike first unveiled the advertisement on social media before it aired during the NFL season opener on Sept. 6. It was part of Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign for the company’s 30th anniversary. The ad says, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing...

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JESPY House jams for awareness
Sep19

JESPY House jams for awareness

Food, music and friendship brought the JESPY House community together during its first music festival for disabled performers on Sept. 16. Michael Preston, the event coordinator, said that the Disabled American Performer Festival is an event that celebrates the talents of the disabled and gives various performers a platform to show off their musical talents. “The ultimate goal is to the give the disabled community a voice, to fight...

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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates diversity
Sep19

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates diversity

The Seton Hall Latino community is uniting to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with events beginning Sept. 15 and ending on Oct. 15. According to Stephanie Macias-Arlington, the executive director of the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute, the Seton Hall Latino community came together to shape a truly inclusive and engaging set of events. She said student groups like Adelante, the official Latino organization on campus, and Greek Life...

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