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Walsh gallery gets some new threads

The Walsh Gallery has unveiled its latest exhibit, "Uncommon Threads," which contains the works of 15 contemporary fiber artists. The exhibit, which is free and available to the public from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, opened on Nov. 2 and will run until Dec. 11.


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Basketball star arrested

When Pirates head coach Bobby Gonzalez announced in Sept. 2008 that Keon Lawrence had transferred to Seton Hall, he called the guard "…an electrifying, exciting player that the fans are just going to love."But the chance for Lawrence to back up his coach's claim is now on hold – indefinitely.


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This Christmas Jim Carrey gets animated

From early November until late December, people everywhere are bombarded by countless holiday songs, TV specials and movies. Even though each season presents original programming nothing can replace the classics like Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."


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Hall commemorates fall of Berlin Wall

In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Slavic Club and The Russian and East European Studies Program are sponsoring an event on Nov. 12 where students can both learn about and discuss one of the most recognized events in Western history.


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Bon Jovi's newest album not exactly a perfect circle

When a baby is born in New Jersey, he/she is given two things: a birth certificate and, of course, the entire discography of both Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen. Not to know of Bon Jovi is Jersey heresy, much like going to a record shop in London and asking who The Beatles are.


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Web courses an option for students

Although lacking the face-to-face interaction of a traditional class, Seton Hall has seen over 1,500 students graduate through online courses, with a higher retention rate than traditional on-campus courses since 1998, according to the university's Web site.


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Posner gets personal at SHU concert

For the first time in over three years, Seton Hall hosted a long-awaited on-campus concert on Nov. 6 featuring Detroit singer-songwriter Mike Posner for a crowd more personal than your typical house party. In front of a group so small that it was possible to be at the front and the back of the audience simultaneously, the charismatic Posner commanded the room and interacted with the students as if he was performing at Giants Stadium.

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