No. 11 Seton Hall down No. 2 Georgetown for first Big East Tournament title in 30 years
Apr17

No. 11 Seton Hall down No. 2 Georgetown for first Big East Tournament title in 30 years

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team got their fairy tale ending to the Big East season after beating No. 2 Georgetown 2-1 to claim their first Big East Tournament title since 1991. “An individual can win a game, but it takes a team to win a conference,” goalkeeper Andreas Nota said. “The bench provides amazing support, even the guys that don’t play, and it just pumps us up. I want to repeat that this is not just a group or team, this is...

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No. 11 Seton Hall men’s soccer named Coaching Staff of the Year in Big East regular season awards
Apr14

No. 11 Seton Hall men’s soccer named Coaching Staff of the Year in Big East regular season awards

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team were awarded Coaching Staff of the Year on Wednesday after head coach Andreas Lindberg and his staff led the team to a 5-1-2 in-conference record and 7-1-3 overall record this season. This is the first season in Lindberg’s three years at Seton Hall that the Pirates have finished their regular season with a winning record and the first time since 2006 that the team has finished their conference regular...

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Students convene at vigil recognizing anti-Asian violence
Apr11

Students convene at vigil recognizing anti-Asian violence

Dozens of community members gathered on the University Green last Friday night for a vigil to recognize past and present anti-Asian violence, which has swept the nation over the last year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.  According to a report from the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, anti-Asian hate crimes surged in 2020 by almost 150% in major U.S. cities. In March, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal released...

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The making of a role model: the Shavar Reynolds story
Apr08

The making of a role model: the Shavar Reynolds story

Shavar Reynolds Jr. has been a four-year guard on the Seton Hall men’s basketball team since he earned a spot on the roster as a walk-on his freshman year. He then earned a scholarship before his sophomore year for the 2018-19 season. The formative years of his college basketball career were spent playing in a reserve role off the bench for the Pirates. He built a reputation for himself as a hard-working, relentless defensive presence...

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The Setonian wins four NJPF awards, three in first place
Apr01

The Setonian wins four NJPF awards, three in first place

The New Jersey Press Foundation awarded three first-place finishes and one second-place finish to The Setonian in the organization’s state-wide College Newspaper Contest on March 17. Collegiate newspapers from around the state submit the best articles and multimedia elements to the foundation for judging each year. Anything published between March 1, 2020, and Feb. 28, 2021, was eligible to be nominated. The Setonian walked away with...

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Catholic organizations call WSOU an ‘abomination,’ promise to continue protests
Mar30

Catholic organizations call WSOU an ‘abomination,’ promise to continue protests

Dozens of unmasked protesters gathered outside the main entrance to Seton Hall’s South Orange campus Tuesday to protest music broadcast by the University’s radio station, WSOU. The protesters from the ultra-conservative Catholic groups The Lepanto Institute and the American Society for Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) have called WSOU’s heavy metal music “satanic,” and have promised to “continue to increase the stakes” until the...

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Seton Hall’s Class of 2021 to receive three in-person graduation ceremonies at MetLife Stadium
Mar30

Seton Hall’s Class of 2021 to receive three in-person graduation ceremonies at MetLife Stadium

Seton Hall’s graduating Class of 2021 will get a change of scenery this year when they walk across the stage to receive their diplomas at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey this May, University Provost Katia Passerini announced on Tuesday. Citing relaxed coronavirus restrictions in the state, the University said in an email to seniors that it would stage three ceremonies at the home of the New York Jets and Giants to meet...

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Unopposed SGA executive board candidates outline goals for 2021-22
Mar28

Unopposed SGA executive board candidates outline goals for 2021-22

The Student Government Association (SGA) executive board candidates have outlined their policy goals for the 2021-2022 term ahead of Monday’s elections, in which no positions are being contested. For the 2021-22 term, current SGA President Julia Nicolls is running for re-election, Student Life Committee chair Carolyn Murray is running for Vice President, Finance Committee member Ria Sandeep is running for treasurer, and Ariel “JR” Go...

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Rutgers to require COVID-19 vaccine for students this fall
Mar26

Rutgers to require COVID-19 vaccine for students this fall

Rutgers University will require students enrolling for the 2021 fall semester to show they’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine, the University announced on its website Thursday. The public university is one of the first in the nation to announce such a requirement, which will affect its campuses in Newark, New Brunswick and Camden. Rutgers announced mandatory vaccinations for students enrolling this fall at its three campuses in New...

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Class of 2020 commencement ceremonies to be held at Prudential Center in late April, early May
Mar25

Class of 2020 commencement ceremonies to be held at Prudential Center in late April, early May

After nearly a year of patience, Seton Hall’s Class of 2020 may finally receive an in-person commencement ceremony this spring, the University announced on Tuesday afternoon. The ceremonies, which the University says are contingent on New Jersey not tightening pandemic restrictions, will take place at the Prudential Center in downtown Newark, continuing a Seton Hall graduation tradition that was interrupted last year by the...

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Seton Hall surpasses 200 COVID-19 cases for spring semester
Mar24

Seton Hall surpasses 200 COVID-19 cases for spring semester

Seton Hall reported two new cases of COVID-19 Monday, marking 205 cases since the spring 2021 semester began and over 400 since the start of the pandemic. The University reported 25 new COVID-19 cases in the past week, with 21 cases associated with the South Orange campus and four connected to the Newark campus, according to its COVID-19 dashboard. University spokesman Michael Ricciardelli ‘08, pointed to a nationwide plateau in cases...

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No. 22 Seton Hall held to one-all draw at home by No. 3 Georgetown
Mar21

No. 22 Seton Hall held to one-all draw at home by No. 3 Georgetown

No. 22 Seton Hall were held to a 1-1 draw at home by No. 3 Georgetown after second half goals from either side forced the game into two goalless halves of overtime on Saturday. Saturday’s game provided the Pirates with an opportunity to avenge their 2-1 overtime loss against the Hoyas from earlier in the season and jump their Big East rivals in the regular season standings. However, both sides had to settle for a draw as both...

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