Mamukelashvili represents his country in FIBA games
Sep20

Mamukelashvili represents his country in FIBA games

While his Seton Hall teammates spent their summer in South Orange participating in team workouts, Sandro Mamukelashvili was living out a childhood dream. For the first time, Mamukelashvili was honored with the opportunity to play for his home country, Georgia, in the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers and the FIBA U20 European Championship. “I always dreamed of playing for Georgia,” Mamukelashvili said. “It was great. A lot of...

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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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Students petition the Talent of Inclusion initiative
Sep19

Students petition the Talent of Inclusion initiative

Seton Hall’s Black Caucus, which is comprised of the 14 African Cultural Organizations on campus, has started a petition to express their discontent with the Talent of Inclusion Initiative launched earlier this semester. The petition also calls for more “hands-on” initiatives regarding inclusion at SHU. As previously reported by The Setonian, the Talent of Inclusion Initiative calls on Seton Hall’s students to reward each other with...

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Close friend remembers Myles Mislavsky
Sep19

Close friend remembers Myles Mislavsky

The last person to see Julian “Myles” Mislavsky before his tragic death last Tuesday afternoon called his name across the ground floor of the parking deck, but he ignored her. Rather than chase him down, she carried on, thinking that she would talk to him later. Seton Hall senior Dominique Imes said Mislavsky was her close friend and said she saw him climbing the stairs of the campus parking deck minutes before his death. Imes and the...

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How to impress dream employers: Students provide tips to perform well in interviews
Sep13

How to impress dream employers: Students provide tips to perform well in interviews

Students have many different ways of preparing for an interview. Dominick Arnaldo, a senior computer science major, said he “looked up the interviews on Glassdoor and they posted the questions they might ask.” Nimra Noor, a junior accounting and IT major, said that she worked with her career advisor to practice one-on-one before the interview. Here are five tips provided by students that can help anyone ace their interview. Practice...

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N.J. to  investigate alleged priest sex crimes and possible cover-up
Sep12

N.J. to investigate alleged priest sex crimes and possible cover-up

On Sept. 6, New Jersey officials announced the creation of a special task force to investigate both the alleged sex abuse by members of the clergy within the dioceses of New Jersey and alleged cover-up by the Catholic Church. The Setonian reported last week that Seton Hall University has hired Newark law firm Gibbons P.C. to independently investigate sex abuse allegations that “may have involved seminarians” at its seminaries....

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Student dies in fall from parking deck
Sep12

Student dies in fall from parking deck

A Seton Hall student died on Tuesday afternoon after falling from the roof of the parking deck of the South Orange campus. South Orange Police said there is no evidence of foul play and an investigation is ongoing. Sarah Yenesel / Photography Editor The student was identified as Julian Myles Mislavsky, a 23-year-old senior from Morristown, N.J. According to his LinkedIn page, Mislavsky—known as Myles to his friends and family—was a...

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Caza stands above the rest with father’s guidance
Sep12

Caza stands above the rest with father’s guidance

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Seton Hall center-back Emily Caza was raised on being more than a tackler, even if that meant being different from many of her counterparts growing up. While most players grew up playing checkers, her father helped her learn the backline equivalent of three-dimensional chess. “Often times when you’re watching a soccer game, and the center-back saves what everybody perceived was going to be an empty goal, and they...

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SHU aims to promote inclusion with new initiatives
Sep06

SHU aims to promote inclusion with new initiatives

Seton Hall is launching several new initiatives regarding inclusion “of every member of our [Seton Hall’s] community,” according to Dr. Karen Boroff, interim provost of Seton Hall. Over the summer, an email was sent to the university community detailing these initiatives. These include work on the University Core and University Life classes, workshops for faculty and the entire university community, and the creation of an Inclusion...

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SHU investigates alleged abuse at seminaries
Sep06

SHU investigates alleged abuse at seminaries

Seton Hall University has hired Newark law firm Gibbons P.C. to independently investigate sex abuse allegations that “may have involved seminarians” at both the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology and the College Seminary at Saint Andrew’s Hall on the South Orange campus, according to Dr. Mary Meehan, Seton Hall’s interim president. “Among the many disgraceful incidents that have shaken our collective...

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Students talk mental health services
Sep06

Students talk mental health services

Seton Hall offers several resources on campus that support students with their mental health. Students can visit Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Health Services for support and assistance. “We offer students an opportunity to express their feelings and problem solve,” said Diane Lynch, the director of Health Services. “Our staff are trained to provide basic interventions to help a student cope by providing relaxation...

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Seton Hall opens refueling station for student athletes
Sep06

Seton Hall opens refueling station for student athletes

This past summer, Seton Hall opened a refueling station for its student-athletes in the lower level of the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center. The station provides student-athletes with a convenient way to eat healthy between classes and practices, as they are constantly on the go from the crack of dawn. The summer was the perfect time for the refueling station project to get underway, as the department finally had the...

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