Renovations coming to McNulty summer 2018
May02

Renovations coming to McNulty summer 2018

After graduation, renovations are scheduled to be made to McNulty Hall and its amphitheater this summer. According to John Signorello, associate vice president of Facilities Engineering and Business Affairs, renovations will begin May 22 and will end August 17. Also known as the Science and Technology Center, McNulty Hall’s amphitheater is set to “receive new seating with power at each seat,” according to Signorello in an email. This...

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‘Miscast Cabaret’ breaks gender and race barriers
May02

‘Miscast Cabaret’ breaks gender and race barriers

The Seton Hall Theater Council has created its own version of a cabaret to highlight how different actors and actresses are able to perform unfamiliar songs. Tia Robbins, a junior theatre major and performer, said the “Miscast Cabaret” is a one-night event featuring Seton Hall students performing songs they would never be cast in because of age, gender, race, voice or body type. Robbins said the songs were all chosen by students and...

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Pirates carry over weekend success with another 11-run outburst
May01

Pirates carry over weekend success with another 11-run outburst

The Seton Hall baseball team continued its winning ways into the midweek, taking down out-of-conference opponent Saint Peter’s on Tuesday afternoon, 11-1, at Owen T. Carroll Field. After a scoreless first inning, Saint Peter’s struck first when Tom Campo’s ground-out to short brought in Peter Ferony, who tripled to right field the play before. Amanda Courtney/Staff Photographer The Pirates struck back, however, in the bottom half of...

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Pirates storm back in sixth, but fall in walk-off fashion
Apr20

Pirates storm back in sixth, but fall in walk-off fashion

The Seton Hall softball team fell short in its comeback effort on Thursday against Lehigh, as Mountain Hawks catcher Carolyn Wright slammed a two-run walk-off home run and handed the Pirates a 6-4 road loss. Seton Hall was held scoreless until the sixth inning, when the Pirates rallied and tied the game at 4-4, before Wright’s walk-off the next inning that ended the game. After the Pirates went down one-two-three to start the...

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5 activities for a sunny day at the Hall
Apr18

5 activities for a sunny day at the Hall

As the weather begins to clear (hopefully) and we look to switch our wardrobes from heavy winter coats to T-shirts and tank tops, Seton Hall offers its students some of the best attractions and events to take advantage of the beautiful weather. To kick off the spring season, here are a few activities you can do to make the best of the rising temperature. Rock out at the SAB spring concert One event that Seton Hall students look...

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Seton Hall celebrates 50 years of a co-ed campus
Mar17

Seton Hall celebrates 50 years of a co-ed campus

During Charter Week, Seton Hall celebrates its decision to open its gates to women 50 years ago. But it wasn’t a simple story. Seton Hall became co-educational in 1937, but until 1968 female students mainly studied at the satellite campuses in Newark, Patterson and Jersey City. In the early 1960s, female nursing students would come to South Orange at night and complete their required lab work. These women would come to campus after...

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Pirates put on rally caps to split Friday doubleheader
Feb16

Pirates put on rally caps to split Friday doubleheader

The Seton Hall softball team split their Friday doubleheader of the Bearkat Classic in Huntsville, Texas, falling to Northern Colorado, 5-0, before beating hosts Sam Houston State in thrilling, come-from-behind fashion, 10-6. The first game did not fare too well for the Pirates, as the Bears of Northern Colorado put four runs past Pirate pitcher Reganne Camp, who had allowed just one run in her first 14 innings pitched heading into...

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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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Panel discusses student homelessness and eviction

Homelessness did not prevent Leo Ricketts from pursuing an education, attending college and attaining a history degree. On Nov. 15, Seton Hall’s College of Education & Human Services hosted a panel discussion called “Meeting the Needs of Students and Families Experiencing Eviction and Homelessness: Opportunities for Improved Coordination among Schools, Law Enforcement & the Community.” The panel discussion was based on the...

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Seton Hall lands 2018 G Anthony Nelson
Oct24

Seton Hall lands 2018 G Anthony Nelson

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team landed its first commitment of the 2018 class on Tuesday night, as 2018 guard Anthony Nelson announced on Twitter his commitment to play for coach Kevin Willard. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾l pic.twitter.com/IykPzkD4Mg — Anthony Nelson (@TheAntNelson_11) October 25, 2017 Nelson, a three-star recruit and the No. 2 player from New York, according to 247sports, is a product of South Kent School in Connecticut –...

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NJ band hopes music is ‘company’ for SHU
Sep28

NJ band hopes music is ‘company’ for SHU

The Cold Weather Company (CWC) performed in the Pirate’s Cove on Sept. 20, bringing with them a deeply-rooted appreciation for the NJ music scene. They performed several original songs, including their new single, “Clover.” In an interview with The Setonian, the band discussed their growth and plans for the future. CWC combines the singing and songwriting experience of two guitarists, Brian Curry, 27, and Jeff Petescia, 24, as well as...

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NCAA should abolish rule that transfers must sit out
Sep13

NCAA should abolish rule that transfers must sit out

There is a clear-cut divide in college sports as to whether the NCAA should continue to enforce its rule of requiring transfer student-athletes to sit out a year before engaging in athletics at the school they transferred to. On one side, there are the coaches, who want the rule to stay in place because allowing immediate play after transferring would cause chaos in shifting rosters. On the other side, if the rule were changed,...

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