After the fire…
Jan23

After the fire…

Sunday marked 20 years since the deadly Boland Hall Fire that killed three and left dozens injured, but the tragedy remains fresh in the minds of those who survived. Nicholas Kerr/News Editor On Seton Hall University’s sleepy South Orange campus, the Jubilee Hall bells reverberate through the crisp January air, the three bells ringing as a poignant dedication for the three freshmen who lost their lives in Boland Hall – a noise that...

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Rec Center upgrades cardio equipment
Jan23

Rec Center upgrades cardio equipment

Over winter break, Seton Hall University upgraded their cardio gym equipment with newer models in the Rec Center. Glory Akoh/Staff Photographer The cardio equipment is sponsored by Life Fitness and is upgraded and replaced every three years. While the company replaces the cardio equipment, the school owns all their own strength equipment. The latest update brings with it new Apple watch connectivity for users to enjoy while...

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Several senators resign from the Student Government Association
Jan23

Several senators resign from the Student Government Association

Five senators resigned from their respective positions within the Student Government Association (SGA). Kiera Alexander/Photography Editor The resignations included Priscilla Febus, who served as a Communication and the Arts senator; Kayla Rivers, who served as an Arts and Sciences senator and parliamentarian; at-large senators Kadean Dennis and Taylor Newkirk; and education senator and Academic Affairs Committee Chair, Amber Ingram....

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SHU students respond to racist video on social media
Jan07

SHU students respond to racist video on social media

The Seton Hall community reacted to a video that was posted to a student’s personal Instagram account this past weekend that ended with the use of a racial slur to refer to Asian people. In the video, two girls are shown, one standing slightly to the right and her face is out of view. Then, the girls proceed to use the popular Instagram story filter, “Which Disney are you?” which determines what Disney character the person using the...

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Seton Hall celebrates 10th annual tree lighting
Dec05

Seton Hall celebrates 10th annual tree lighting

‘Twas the night of Dec. 3, when all through the Seton Hall campus there was darkness and cold, crisp air. But not for long. Kiera Alexander / Photography Editor Around 5 p.m., students, faculty, staff, alumni and their families began to fill the Green, strolling around and lining up for Gourmet Dining Services’ hot cocoa, a soft Seton Hall blue Santa hat and a holiday photo with the Pirate in a blue Santa suit. Classic holiday songs...

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First winter storm of the  season rips through region
Dec05

First winter storm of the season rips through region

The first winter storm of the season wreaked havoc across the northeast region Dec. 1 and 2, causing thousands of flight delays, hundreds of cancellations and hundreds of miles of traffic across the region during two of the busiest travel days of the year. File photo The bomb cyclone – dubbed Winter Storm Ezekiel by weather watchers – began as a wintry mix of rain and snow on Sunday, ultimately saturating areas of New England in more...

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University celebrates  Investiture of President
Nov21

University celebrates Investiture of President

The Seton Hall community welcomed its 21st President Dr. Joseph E. Nyre on Nov. 15 in the Walsh Gymnasium. Administration, students, local leaders and clerical leaders were among those intendence to celebrate the installation of Nyre, where he said he will approach the position “with a sense of honor, excitement and profound humility.” Rodell Laranang/Staff Photographer The Investiture began with Interim Provost and Executive Vice...

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SGA President and VP reflect on their first semester together
Nov21

SGA President and VP reflect on their first semester together

With several large Student Government Association (SGA) initiatives now underway, President Rishi Shah and Vice President Frank Mabalatan are slowly beginning to wrap up their year in SGA before the end of their term in nearly four months. File Photo Shah, who is in his second term serving as president after winning against Anthony Chen last year, will graduate this May, ending his four years of service with SGA. Mabalatan, a junior,...

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SGA looks into Wi-Fi issues
Nov21

SGA looks into Wi-Fi issues

The Student Government Association’s Academic Affairs committee, organized a study into Wi-Fi problems at Seton Hall University. The study helped show where the worst Wi-Fi on campus is located. Along with these findings, the IT department, students, and administration are trying to find the best ways to solve these issues. File Photo Justin Avendaño and Raven Campbell, freshman ad-hoc senators of the academic affairs committee,...

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SHU hosts a private screening of ‘Harriet’
Nov21

SHU hosts a private screening of ‘Harriet’

Seton Hall hosted a private screening of the new movie “Harriet” on Nov. 16, as a “collaborative, interactive, experimental academic event,” according to Dr. Kelly Harris, one of the hosts of the event. Photo courtesy of Professor Pritchett The movie chronicles the life of Harriet Tubman, one of the most famous members of the Underground Railroad. The movie follows Tubman as she works to free herself from slavery before going on to...

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DOVE will host its “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week”
Nov21

DOVE will host its “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week”

The Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE), will be hosting their annual “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week” this year from Nov. 17 to 22. This is a week of service opportunities aimed at raising awareness and helping those who are homeless and hungry this Thanksgiving season. Photo via Facebook/Dove Seton Hall According to the Seton Hall University website, this year’s series of drives and initiatives are going to be a part of the...

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Student makes beats and sells them on SoundCloud
Nov21

Student makes beats and sells them on SoundCloud

Sophomore finance major Noah Russo creates and sells his beats on SoundCloud. Russo’s published beats are categorized by mood and genre on the platform and can be purchased for $20-$50 dollars. Buyers can purchase the rights to his songs for $100. In a year, Russo has accumulated around 1,000 sales. File Photo Q: As the owner of BeatsbyNo4h, why did you start making beats? What inspired you to turn it into a business?A: I started...

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