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Big sounds, small venues in NJ and NY

An exciting aspect of Seton Hall's location in South Orange is its proximity to New York and New Jersey's biggest music venues, such as Madison Square Garden, the IZOD Center and PNC Bank Arts Center. However, there are many much smaller, accessible venues hosting shows from the tri-state area's burgeoning music scene, including popular and obscure bands. Kevin Stevens can be reached at


Hanging with the Jo Bros

At the start of the fall semester in 2007, Seton Hall junior Rob Hoffman was snapping women's soccer shots in preparation for the Setonian production night.


mtvU begins search for college activists

MtvU and the New York Stock Exchange Euronext are sponsoring a nationwide competition called "Movers & Changers," which challenges budding entrepreneurs to promote social change through innovative business ideas.

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Still fab after forty years

When "Beatlemania" spread across the world in the 1960s, it's safe to say John, Paul, George and Ringo would have never pegged an Xbox or Playstation as a future venue.But now the Fab Four can add this generation's video game consoles to their resumes with the release of "The Beatles: Rock Band" on Wednesday.


Remembering Michael Jackson

Although most of Seton Hall University's undergraduate students were still in diapers while Michael Jackson sang and moonwalked his way to success, the King of Pop left a lasting impression on our generation.


Don't stop til you get enough

Some of the most interesting aspects of Michael Jackson's long and storied career can be measured in straight numbers. The first four Jackson 5 singles – "I Want You Back," "ABC," "The Love You Save" and "I'll Be There" – all went to No. 1 on the charts, making them the first artists to achieve such success. Michael performed or produced at least 60 Top 40 singles in his lifetime. His Thriller album had seven Top 10 hits out of nine songs, and follow-up Bad yielded five consecutive chart-topping singles between 1987 and 1988 – two records that have yet to be matched.


NYC hidden hot spots

With New York City a half an hour train ride away, Seton Hall students have endless opportunities to experience entertainment in one of the most culturally diverse and lively cities in the world. These lesser known attractions will provide any city-savvy Seton Hall student with fun in not such obvious places.


Summer concerts bring talent to tri-state

The heat is rising and people are coughing and sneezing all over the place. No, it's not a swine flu outbreak; spring is in the air, and one thing that always comes along with great weather is great concerts. There are few bigger thrills than taking off from work early, packing your friends and a grill into the car and getting ready for a killer live show from your favorite band.

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