South Orange Village looks for volunteers on community police and justice committees
Mar19

South Orange Village looks for volunteers on community police and justice committees

The South Orange Village is looking to fill volunteer openings on several boards and communities, including the Community Police Collaborative and the new Community Care and Justice Committee, according to an announcement posted on the Village’s website on March 14. “At all times, we’re understaffed, under-resourced, and we just don’t have enough people power to do all the work we want to do,” Village Trustee Stephen Schnall said....

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No. 22 Seton Hall completes season sweep in overtime, comeback win at St. John’s
Mar18

No. 22 Seton Hall completes season sweep in overtime, comeback win at St. John’s

The men’s soccer team came back from a two-goal deficit at St. John’s for their first away win of the season and a season sweep of St. John’s with their 3-2 overtime win on Wednesday. This was Pirates’ third consecutive win after a pair of wins over Villanova and Providence at home last week, and they remained tied atop the East Division standings with No. 3 Georgetown at 13 points each. With this win, the Pirates have now won four...

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Residents forced to relocate and isolate due to COVID-19 speak out on experiences
Mar17

Residents forced to relocate and isolate due to COVID-19 speak out on experiences

When former Cabrini Hall resident Trent Miller received an email from Seton Hall on Feb. 8 telling him he was needing to vacate his dorm, he said he was blindsided and frustrated by the University’s decision..  “We were notified about the move the same time the rest of the student body was, so we were just as surprised as everyone else,” Miller said.  Residents of Cabrini Hall were notified by Housing and Residence Life that...

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Seton Hall becomes test-optional through Fall 2026 admission cycle
Mar15

Seton Hall becomes test-optional through Fall 2026 admission cycle

Seton Hall will extend test-optional admissions through the Fall 2026 admissions cycle, the University announced on its website on March 4. At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of colleges and universities throughout the nation made the Fall 2020 admission cycle test-optional as safety protocols caused many SAT and ACT testing dates to be postponed or canceled, according to Alyssa McCloud, senior vice president of...

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Seton Hall bow out of Big East Tournament with semifinal loss to Georgetown
Mar12

Seton Hall bow out of Big East Tournament with semifinal loss to Georgetown

When Georgetown’s the opponent, every team knows the game they’re about to play is going to be a fight for every basket. That’s what Seton Hall got on Friday night and while they put up a valiant effort to reach the Big East Tournament championship game, they just fell short in the end. It was a tough loss to take in as the Pirates consistently found themselves tied or within two points of the Hoyas. This game...

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Health Services outlines vaccination plans, encourages students to register through state
Mar12

Health Services outlines vaccination plans, encourages students to register through state

Director of Health Services Diane Lynch offered some of the first public comments on Seton Hall’s COVID-19 vaccination plans and encouraged eligible students to get vaccinated at a town hall meeting Wednesday evening. Lynch spoke alongside other administrators at the meeting moderated by Student Government Association (SGA) President Julia Nicolls. Lynch encouraged students to register to be vaccinated through New Jersey’s vaccine...

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Seton Hall advances to Big East Tournament semifinals with over time win over St. John’s
Mar11

Seton Hall advances to Big East Tournament semifinals with over time win over St. John’s

A nail-biting third encounter of the season between Seton Hall and St. John’s fell in favor of the Pirates behind a real team performance. Sandro Mamukelashvili and Jared Rhoden each had a double-double, combinig for 39 points and 27 rebounds on the night. Myles Cale also hit double digits in points with 16 to go with eight rebounds, and Ike Obiagu made seven blocks and grabbed seven rebounds in a monstrous defensive performance...

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More than an award: Mamukelashvili on being named Big East Co-Player of the Year
Mar11

More than an award: Mamukelashvili on being named Big East Co-Player of the Year

Sandro Mamukelashvili was named Big East Co-Player of the Year alongside Villanova’s Collin Gillespie and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl on Wednesday. Mamukelashvili became just the fourth Seton Hall player to receive the award after Myles Powell earned the honor at the end of last season. This is the first time in Big East history that the award has been split between three players. Mamukelashvili received the award off the back of a regular...

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Seton Hall announces plans for ‘primarily in person’ fall semester
Mar04

Seton Hall announces plans for ‘primarily in person’ fall semester

Nearly one year after Seton Hall shuttered its campus in response to the growing threat of the coronavirus, University President Joseph Nyre announced on Thursday that a primarily in-person fall semester is in the cards for the University community later this year. Citing an accelerated vaccine distribution and decreasing numbers of coronavirus cases nationally, Nyre said that the University is planning an academic schedule that will...

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Senior Night festivities spoiled by UConn as Seton Hall’s NCAA Tournament hopes take another hit
Mar03

Senior Night festivities spoiled by UConn as Seton Hall’s NCAA Tournament hopes take another hit

The stage was set for a fairy-tale ending to the quartet of the Seton Hall seniors’ final home game of the season. Fans were back in attendance, their NCAA Tournament hopes were on the line, they were up against a historic Big East rival in the University of Connecticut and it was Senior Night.  Unfortunately, it was a second consecutive Senior Night in which the Pirates were unable to send their senior players off with a final home...

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Pirates clinch No. 3 seed in final regular season game
Mar02

Pirates clinch No. 3 seed in final regular season game

Desiree Elmore dropped 30 points as Seton Hall defeated St. John’s 59-43 on Monday night. With the win and Butler’s upset victory over DePaul, the Pirates clinched the No. 3 seed for the upcoming Big East Tournament. In addition to her career-high 30 points, Elmore also scored her 1,000th point in a Pirates uniform; the 23rd Pirate to do it in program history. Behind Elmore, Lauren Park-Lane had 13 points and Andra Espinoza-Hunter had...

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Baseball drops three-game series to Florida Atlantic
Feb27

Baseball drops three-game series to Florida Atlantic

Despite dropping the first two games of the series to Florida Atlantic, Seton Hall looked to close out and head back to South Orange with a win under its belt. Graduate student Matt Toke carried the heat from Saturday’s shootout with a single to right field that gave Tyler Shedler-McAvoy an early score. A series that had seen each team sputter throughout continued Sunday afternoon until Florida Atlantic once again opened the game with...

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