Newark Liberty International Airport opens COVID-19 testing facility for passengers
Sep18

Newark Liberty International Airport opens COVID-19 testing facility for passengers

Travelers can now take COVID-19 tests at Newark Liberty International Airport as they arrive or depart for their destination the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced on Sept. 8. With Seton Hall University’s students calling destinations all over the globe home, some on-campus students will be forced to travel to other parts of the country when Seton Hall pivots back to remote classes before Thanksgiving Break. Despite...

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Senior Sendoff Series: Reganne Camp
Jun13

Senior Sendoff Series: Reganne Camp

Reganne Camp has been a consistent figure for the softball team from the pitcher’s mound. She pitched over 95 innings in each of her three full seasons as a Pirate and earned Second Team All-Big East honors at the end of her junior year. We caught up with a freshly graduated Camp – and her new puppy Arsey – to talk about her time in South Orange and how she’s acclimatizing to life in Florida with her new job. This interview has been...

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Ali Simmons continues to improve coaching skill set outside of Seton Hall
Jun11

Ali Simmons continues to improve coaching skill set outside of Seton Hall

Before arriving at Seton Hall, Ali Simmons already had a gleaming resume with two NCAA Division II national championships with Barry University and the University of Charleston on it. As is the case for most up-and-coming college soccer coaches, Simmons is well-traveled and has made connections with various coaches and players from all over the country. However, his work outside of the college soccer realm also speaks volumes for the...

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Senior Sendoff Series: Michal Matson
Jun11

Senior Sendoff Series: Michal Matson

Hailing from Christchurch, New Zealand, Michal “Mikey” Matson made a name for herself as both a singles and doubles tennis player for Seton Hall. Along with her partner Melody Taal, Matson reached the Sweet Sixteen of the ITA Regionals as a junior. The Setonian caught up with Matson to discuss her memories as a Pirate and the abrupt cancellation of her senior year due to coronavirus. This interview has been slightly edited for...

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Big East announces plan to divide conference into regional divisions
Jun08

Big East announces plan to divide conference into regional divisions

On Thursday, the Big East announced changes to the 2020 regular-season schedules for men’s soccer, women’s soccer, volleyball and field hockey. In order to mitigate travel and a potential spike in COVID-19 cases among student-athletes, Big East teams will only play against other programs within newly established regional divisions. Men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball, the conference will compete in the East Division and the...

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Former SGA President under fire after making racist remarks while at Seton Hall
Apr09

Former SGA President under fire after making racist remarks while at Seton Hall

A former Student Government Association (SGA) president is under fire for her repeated use of the n-word on Twitter and Instagram while she was a student at Seton Hall University. Former president of SGA, Teagan Sebba (’17), who until Wednesday evening served as President of the Student Bar Association (SBA) at the Washington College of Law at American University, confirmed the validity of the posts and apologized in a statement...

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2020 SGA Presidential Debate
Mar26

2020 SGA Presidential Debate

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Poll: Students against ‘bring your own device’ program
Feb27

Poll: Students against ‘bring your own device’ program

A recent Setonian poll found that 56% of students did not like a plan which would require students to purchase laptops on their own rather than obtain them through  the university’s mobile computing program  A recent Setonian poll found that more than half of all respondents did not like the idea of a “bring your own device” laptop program like the one currently being proposed by the University to replace the current mobile computing...

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Seton Hall comes from behind to knock off No. 5 Butler
Jan15

Seton Hall comes from behind to knock off No. 5 Butler

Something special is brewing in South Orange. Down 10 at the end of the first half with nothing working offensively, Seton Hall found itself tasked with coming from behind by double digits Hinkle Fieldhouse against a top-five Butler squad. Instead of rolling over and succumbing to a stifling Butler defense, the Pirates did what they do best. They fought back. Sparked by dominant play in the paint by Romaro Gill, timely scores by Myles...

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Seton Hall survives late Xavier surge for fifth consecutive win
Jan08

Seton Hall survives late Xavier surge for fifth consecutive win

Seton Hall toppled Xavier by a final score of 83-71 to extend its winning streak to five in Cincinnati on Wednesday night. With the win, Seton Hall not only snapped Xavier’s 13-game home winning streak, but the Pirates remain perfect in Big East play and improve to 3-0 in conference play for only the fourth time in program history and the first time since the 2017-18 season. An initially slow start to the night quickly turned...

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Seton Hall suffers epic collapse in Battle 4 Atlantis loss to Oregon
Nov28

Seton Hall suffers epic collapse in Battle 4 Atlantis loss to Oregon

A star-studded performance from Myles Powell was simply not enough for Seton Hall to take down No. 11 Oregon in the Battle 4 Atlantis on Thanksgiving eve. After playing well for most of the night, Seton Hall’s offense disappeared and the Pirates allowed Oregon to end the game on a 20-6 run that resulted in a 19-point comeback and 71-69 win for the Ducks. Up 54-37 following a barrage of threes from Powell, it looked like Seton Hall had...

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Shadeen Samuels named to Naismith Trophy watchlist
Nov06

Shadeen Samuels named to Naismith Trophy watchlist

The Atlanta Tipoff Club named Seton Hall senior Shadeen Samuels to the Women’s Citizen Naismith Trophy Watch List on Wednesday. This award recognizes the best player in women’s NCAA Div. I college basketball. Samuels is one of 50 Watch List candidates and joins DePaul’s Chante Stonewall as the only two Big East players nominated for the award. The Pac-12 Conference lead the way in nominees with 11 for the 2019-20 season. “We’re so...

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