Students Dress for Success to fight stereotypes
Dec07

Students Dress for Success to fight stereotypes

“Issa standard” is a saying that united the members of the Black Men of Standard (BMS) at Seton Hall on the evening of Nov. 29 in the McNulty Amphitheatre. Dozens of students, dressed in suits and ties for the event, “Think for Success Dress for Success.” The event was created and led by Professor Donnell Pierre, who initiated BMS in 2010. For the event, BMS partnered with Gentlemen of Leadership and Distinction (G.O.L.D). Members of...

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Seton Hall gives back with the help of DOVE

Giving Tuesday is a global movement each year on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. This campaign aims to kick off the charity season and allows for people all over the world to make donations. Workers at the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact in New York City first created the campaign. It is now a global movement run by different individuals, communities and partners from around the world. According to an email from...

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Special face in the crowd for walk-on Shavar Reynolds
Dec06

Special face in the crowd for walk-on Shavar Reynolds

What was left of the opening-night crowd at the Prudential Center on Nov. 10 let out a half-enthusiastic roar when Jordan Walker hit a three-pointer to give Seton Hall an 86-63 lead with 3:10 remaining. The game had been decided and the outcome of the final few minutes seemed fairly insignificant. That was not the case for walk-on guard Shavar Reynolds, who got the call soon after that to check in for the first time in his Division I...

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SHU explains short library hours on Saturdays
Nov30

SHU explains short library hours on Saturdays

The library is an important feature on any college campus. The building provides a place for study and leisure, but the irregular weekend hours, at times, make needed study time difficult. The usual library hours during week are Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. However, it is during the weekend that the hours change: Saturday’s hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays...

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March for Life flyers torn down across campus
Nov30

March for Life flyers torn down across campus

The Seton Hall Pirates for Life club reported to Student Services that several of their flyers advertising their trip to Washington D.C. to participate in the March for Life were torn down around campus, according to an email sent to the student body on Nov. 29. Tracy Gottlieb, vice president of Student Services, said in the email that students are “prohibited from tearing down the flyers of other groups.” The situation is currently...

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PR students Pass It Along by giving back
Nov30

PR students Pass It Along by giving back

Although the concept of giving back might seem too broad, students in the Public Relations II or Client Relations class realized a need in the local community and used a class project to raise awareness on campus. Professor Devon Gifis, who teaches the course, said via email, “The students wanted to host a drive on campus to help raise awareness as well as show their classmates how easy and simple it is to give back, especially during...

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Sanogo’s return to starting lineup reignites defense
Nov29

Sanogo’s return to starting lineup reignites defense

After watching his team give up 54 first-half points to Rhode Island in the NIT Season Tip-Off on Thanksgiving night, Seton Hall head coach Kevin Willard knew something had to change defensively. Willard went back to his old ways to solve his team’s defensive woes. Ismael Sanogo, the senior forward, played scarcely as a freshman, appearing in 18 games and making just one start. However, in his sophomore and junior seasons, Sanogo...

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SHU still searching for new president
Nov16

SHU still searching for new president

Seton Hall continues to search for a new president to take over for interim president, Dr. Mary Meehan. Meehan has been temporarily filling the position, since April 11, 2017. She began after Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban decided to step down from his position, effective July 1, 2017. The Board of Regents has appointed a Presidential Search Committee who is responsible for conducting a nationwide search to find someone who will fill this...

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Slavic Club passes on culture through dance
Nov16

Slavic Club passes on culture through dance

The Slavic Club continued its legacy of the event Dancing Bonanza on Nov. 9 after 27 years of keeping the tradition. The event consists of performances by members of the Iskra Ukrainian Dance Ensemble, giving students the opportunity to learn about Slavic culture through dance. “Our goal is to really just inform students who are interested in Slavic culture,” said Teresa Gonzalez, club president and a senior diplomacy and...

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For Kenneweg, another postseason shot awaits
Nov15

For Kenneweg, another postseason shot awaits

The 2014 season was a historic one for Seton Hall’s volleyball team, as the team earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. In 2017, it is still widely remembered and talked about. However, only one member of this season’s team is still at Seton Hall to tell the tale. “It was very overwhelming for me as a freshman, I try to bring whatever I can to this team this year,” senior libero Sarah Kenneweg...

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Rodriguez, Delgado difference-makers in win over Indiana
Nov15

Rodriguez, Delgado difference-makers in win over Indiana

In the team’s first marquee matchup of the season, the No. 22 Seton Hall Pirates took down the Indiana Hoosiers at the Prudential Center on Nov. 15. In the 84-68 win, the Pirates were led by senior stalwarts Desi Rodriguez and Angel Delgado, who scored 23 and 19 points respectively.  From the get-go, the Pirates looked like the better team but struggled to take care of the ball.  After giving up 11 first-half turnovers, they kept a...

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Communication and Religion institute launched
Nov09

Communication and Religion institute launched

On Thursday Nov. 2, the new Institute of Religion and Communications held its inaugural event in Jubilee Hall. The new Institute recently opened at Seton Hall and its mission is to provide curriculum that will explore communication topics important to religion and society. Dr. Mgnr. Dennis Mahon, associate professor of communication will lead operations for the institute. The inaugural event included: Msgr. Mahon, keynote speaker...

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