Rejuvenated Seton Hall hangs on to defeat DePaul behind Rodriguez’s career-high
Feb18

Rejuvenated Seton Hall hangs on to defeat DePaul behind Rodriguez’s career-high

Over the past few weeks, Seton Hall has been missing an element of its game that it thrived on in the beginning of the season – energetic play. In the form of diving for loose balls, deflecting passes and slapping the floor, a rejuvenated Seton Hall team came out on Sunday afternoon and defeated DePaul by a final score of 82-77 to end a four-game losing streak. The victory did not come easily, as DePaul hung around until the end....

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‘Steel Magnolias’ work studies help the show go on
Feb17

‘Steel Magnolias’ work studies help the show go on

Seton Hall’s Theatre Department is gearing up to put on the widely adapted play, “Steel Magnolias”, a drastic departure from the fall production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”. But beyond the glamour of the stage is the hard work of the theater work studies that makes the show come to life. From constructing the sets to the light design, the theater work studies work to build an entire world with just paint and wood. When a...

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Philosopher gives one Hell of a talk
Feb17

Philosopher gives one Hell of a talk

On Feb. 12, Catholic philosopher and Central New Jersey native David Hershenov gave a talk to students on Hell. Hershenov talked about Hell and how it is unfair. Hershenov pointed out the traditional Catholic thinking of Hell, that once you are in, you can’t get out. Hershenov’s theory is that God will give you the chance to reconcile. You will be in purgatory for as long as it takes and only sent to Hell if God knows you will not...

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Drew Lynch brings laughs to SHU
Feb17

Drew Lynch brings laughs to SHU

The University Center filled with laughter as former “America’s Got Talent” finalist Drew Lynch hosted the Student Activities Board (SAB) Spring Comedy Show on Feb. 8 in the Main Lounge. Lynch, who is known for his severe stutter, discussed personal accounts of situations he encountered and his feelings toward them. His stutter developed after he suffered a severe sports injury when he was 20 years old. Following an opening act by...

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Pirates plunge to fourth straight loss as freshmen break through
Feb15

Pirates plunge to fourth straight loss as freshmen break through

Another slow start from Seton Hall and hot shooting from Trevon Bluiett led the Pirates to drop their fourth straight game to No. 4 Xavier on Wednesday night by a score of 102-90. The loss brings Seton Hall to a 17-9 record on the season and 6-7 in Big East play, good for sixth in the conference. The Pirates followed a recent trend in which the team’s first-half shooting percentage has continued to plummet. Against Xavier, the Hall...

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Priest speaks about Philippines massacres
Feb08

Priest speaks about Philippines massacres

In September 1973, two weeks before Fr. Amado Picardal’s 18th birthday, he was arrested and had the barrel of a .45 automatic handgun forced into his mouth – hammer pulled back. He survived, but was imprisoned and tortured. Two weeks later, he spent this birthday in a cellblock with 70 prisoners. Picardal was one of many Filipinos kidnapped or murdered under former Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos’ administration. Picardal has...

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United Greek Council stands with protestors
Feb08

United Greek Council stands with protestors

The United Greek Council (UGC) passed a resolution on Jan. 31 that expressed their support and solidarity for the list of demands published by Seton Hall students who recently protested on campus about the unjust treatment of students of color and a disregard for the Africana Studies program at Seton Hall. The council, which is comprised of Black, Latino and Multicultural Greek letter organizations, is devoted to representing and...

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Upsets may be telling of NCAA shakeup
Feb07

Upsets may be telling of NCAA shakeup

Feb. 3 marked a momentous occasion in the college basketball world that has not been seen in more than a decade – Duke, Kansas and Kentucky, three of the most iconic schools in the NCAA landscape, lost on the same day. To highlight the rarity of this event, its last occurrence was in March 2005. While these teams have remained powerhouses after that, there is reason to believe these blueblood names may be about to go through more...

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DOVE volunteers see need for change in Haiti
Feb01

DOVE volunteers see need for change in Haiti

Students and members of Seton Hall’s Division of Volunteer Services (DOVE) came home on Jan. 15 after a week-long mission trip to an orphanage in Haiti. Students went as part of the Releasing the DOVEs program. This trip marks DOVE’s return to the Maison Fortuné Orphanage Foundation in Hinche, Haiti, a year after the country was hit with a cholera outbreak as a result of Hurricane Matthew. DOVE has been sending students to Maison...

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String lights are banned from SHU residence halls
Feb01

String lights are banned from SHU residence halls

On January 22nd, an email with an updated Fire Safety Policy Notice was sent out to all students who live in Seton Hall residence halls. The guidelines of the policy states that string lights are no longer permitted in the residence halls (including LED lights, battery operated, etc.), and flags and tapestries cannot be on walls/suite doors, including room doors and bathroom doors. These guidelines were determined through...

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English club helps SHU community open their hearts
Feb01

English club helps SHU community open their hearts

The English Club recently initiated a new campus-wide movement called “Open Doors, Open Hearts,” which raises student awareness about various professors who have designated offices as safe havens–a space in which they can discuss any personal issues. Emily Parise, President of the English Club, shared that Dr. Angela Weisl, one of the club’s academic advisors, first conceived this idea in November 2016. It was not until this semester...

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Rebounding record cements Delgado in Big East lore
Jan31

Rebounding record cements Delgado in Big East lore

In 1987, Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard got his first glimpse at what a dominant rebounder looked like. As a ball boy for the 1987 Syracuse team that made it to the Final Four while his father was an assistant coach, Willard had a courtside seat to witness center Derrick Coleman pull down rebounds at a historic pace in his sophomore year. As the years passed, Coleman got better on the glass and finished his Big East career with...

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