Guanaticos, located on Irvington Avenue, is a family-owned restaurant that puts a Latin American twist on traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes. Seton Hall students can dine in, take out or even have their food delivered to their dorm.
Correction: SHUSaba is not hosting the Muqabla competition. It is an independently operated event. Tripathi is the co-director of Muqabla and the co-captain of SHUSaba.
As part of Women Entrepreneurship week, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies invited Meg Reilly, a Seton Hall alumna who graduated in 2012, to present the significance of women in business and gender equality on Oct. 22.
While electronic cigarettes are marketed for those trying to quit smoking actual cigarettes, controversy surrounding the e-cigarettes has swept the nation as deaths related to lung disease have resulted from them. Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on smoking e-cigarettes.
Since opening last year, The Fox & Falcon has become a staple of the South Orange Village through lively events and popular food. David Massoni, a South Orange local and owner of the Fox & Falcon, has worked in the restaurant business since he was a teenager. Throughout his career, he has worked with many other restaurateurs to open and run various restaurants. However, the Fox & Falcon is Massoni’s first restaurant where he is the sole owner. “I wanted to do something in the community that I had started to fall in love with,” Massoni said. “It was time for me to split off and go on my own.”
Midterm season is upon the Seton Hall community. With assignment due dates looming, some students might be facing a severe case of procrastination. Some dread writing papers, as they prove to be a tedious task.
The fifth annual Seton Hall International Film Festival is in full swing this fall. Sponsored by the Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department and the Office of International Programs, the festival features 11 films from 11 different countries and will be shown throughout October and November.
On Nov. 14, Seton Hall will host “The Living Word Project,” an event where people will perform original poems celebrating their faith, culture and identity in the Theatre-in-the-Round as part of International Celebration Month.
Most people start to think about fall when the leaves begin to change and the air turns crisp, but for Starbucks and Dunkin’, fall begins in late August with the arrival of their signature pumpkin spice lattes, commonly known as PSLs.
Education is subjective. Its definition is always changing, and as a result, there is not a solid answer to the question of what it means to be educated, or who is an “educated” person.
The leaves are starting to glow their autumnal hues and vibrant colors, and Seton Hall students are, too. The Setonian interviewed six students on fashion trends for this season and what to look out for. Here are their top picks:
On Oct. 19, Seton Hall Theatre will feature a performance of “Princess Puffery,” which is written and directed by Peter Reader, associate professor of theatre, as part of a tradition to perform a children’s play during Seton Hall weekend.
Seton Hall’s Fall Break will be from Oct. 14-15 this year, and many students have exciting plans for the days off. Whether students are staying on campus or going home, there are countless ways to have a fun and productive fall break.