Students adjust to dating life amid the pandemic
Apr01

Students adjust to dating life amid the pandemic

One year after the University was forced into quarantine, many aspects of students’ lives have experienced dramatic changes—including dating. (Photo via Bumble) Kayla Fonseca, a freshman journalism major, said the coronavirus has created challenges in meeting new people because of fears about catching the virus as well as the reduced density of the campus this year. “People are more apprehensive to come up to you and start a...

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Springtime ushers in a wave of new TV shows and seasons
Mar31

Springtime ushers in a wave of new TV shows and seasons

With Hollywood back to work, several new TV shows and seasons are hitting the airwaves and  topping the charts. As students sit back and binge-watch their favorites, here some of their recommendations that they said are a must-watch this spring:  Seton Hall students discuss the TV shows they are eager to watch this spring. (Photo via Netflix) 1. Ginny and Georgia  Annabella Robb, a junior graphic design and history...

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Scouting the opposition: what No. 15 Seton Hall can expect to see from UConn on the field
Mar26

Scouting the opposition: what No. 15 Seton Hall can expect to see from UConn on the field

The University of Connecticut’s return to Big East men’s soccer has been anything but a warm welcome for the Huskies. After four games, the three-time NCAA champions are 0-3-1 in conference play and have failed to score in each of those games. UConn’s coaching staff also took a big hit early on when 24-season head coach Ray Reid took an indefinite leave of absence for family reasons on March 1. Assistant coach Mike Miller has since...

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Students celebrate and reflect on Women’s History Month
Mar25

Students celebrate and reflect on Women’s History Month

In 1987, the U.S. Congress passed legislation that forever marked March as a commemoration to women’s history, tribulations and successes. This month, Seton Hall students reflected on the women in their lives. Seton Hall students celebrate Women’s History Month by reflecting on the influential women in their own lives. (Compiled by Jillian Cancela) Annamarie Anton, a junior undecided major, said Women’s History Month is “a time...

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Freshmen pair collaborate with HAIR and DOVE for hair care drive
Mar25

Freshmen pair collaborate with HAIR and DOVE for hair care drive

A pair of freshmen are partnering with Having Appreciation in Realness (HAIR) and the Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) for a drive to obtain resources and hair supplies for local communities. In partnership with H.A.I.R and D.O.V.E, a pair of freshman host a hair care drive to support the local community. (Photo via Freepik) Michelle Peterson, the director of DOVE, said that two students unaffiliated with the HAIR group, Fatima...

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Jamir and Jaquan Harris commit to Seton Hall
Mar24

Jamir and Jaquan Harris commit to Seton Hall

With preparations for next season in full swing, the Seton Hall men’s basketball team landed its first two recruits in brothers Jamir and Jaquan Harris on Tuesday. Jamir is a 6-foot-1 graduate transfer from American University who joins the Hall after serving as the Eagles’ starting point guard for the past two years. He will be eligible to play for Seton Hall immediately in the fall and has up to two years of eligibility remaining...

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Seton Hall and SGA condemn rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans
Mar23

Seton Hall and SGA condemn rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans

Seton Hall and the Student Government Association (SGA) both released statements addressing and condemning the mass shootings at three massage parlors in Atlanta, Georgia that killed eight people, including six Asain women on March 16.  The shooter attacked three spas in the Atlanta area last Tuesday evening, and has been charged with eight counts of murder and one count of aggravated assult.  In a March 18 press conference...

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Seton Hall teams up with South Orange Village on Community Care and Justice Initiative
Mar23

Seton Hall teams up with South Orange Village on Community Care and Justice Initiative

South Orange Village is partnering with Essex County and Seton Hall to promote and facilitate the development of community wellness and crisis prevention programs through the Community Care and Justice Initiative. The initiative was launched during a virtual town hall on March 7 by South Orange Village President Sheena Collum. The program hopes to partake in a reimagining of law enforcement and address issues such as de-escalation and...

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Vatican statement draws mixed reactions from Seton Hall community
Mar23

Vatican statement draws mixed reactions from Seton Hall community

The Vatican drew mixed reactions from the Seton Hall community after a March 15 statement reaffirmed the stance of the Catholic Church on gay civil unions. The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), a Vatican office responsible for promoting and defending Catholic church doctrine, used the document to explain why “the Church does not have, and cannot have, the power to bless unions of persons of the same sex.”  According to...

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“WandaVision” takes Marvel universe by storm
Mar23

“WandaVision” takes Marvel universe by storm

“WandaVision,” streaming on Disney Plus, seems to have left a lasting impression on some of its viewers.  “WandaVision” was created by Jacqueline Schaeffer, who is known for writing other films including  “The Hustle” and “Timer.” She has also co-written Marvel films “Black Widow” and “Captain Marvel.”  The new season of Wanda Vision is set to be released in 2022. Photo via Disney Debuting in January, the show takes...

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No. 22 Seton Hall ‘more of a team’ during best Big East regular season in 15 years
Mar23

No. 22 Seton Hall ‘more of a team’ during best Big East regular season in 15 years

It’s been a long time since the men’s soccer team has put together a Big East regular season that’s worth getting excited about. Over the last decade, the team made the Big East Tournament just once in 2012 but was immediately knocked out by Villanova in a 3-1 first-round loss. Before 2012, the team had only made the Big East Tournament on two other occasions since 2006 and was knocked out by their first-round opponents both times....

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SGA begins election season with no contested seats
Mar19

SGA begins election season with no contested seats

The Student Government Association (SGA) election campaign season kicked off this week, but no seats will be contested for the 2021-2022 term, virtually guaranteeing all candidates their positions. SGA President Julia Nicolls is running unopposed for re-election alongside a fresh executive cabinet that includes Carolyn Murray as vice president, Ria Sandeep as treasurer and Ariel “JR” Go as secretary. Murray and Sandeep...

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