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SGA approves money request

The Jewish Student Union and Lambda Psi Delta have both received the requested monies from the Student Government Association for their respective programs.


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Big East plans for Madness

Seton Hall has surpassed its expected Big East finish every year of the Bobby Gonzalez era. Now for the 2009-2010 season, a similar jump could place the Pirates within reach of being a part of March Madness for the first time since the 2005-2006 season.


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Halloween safety tips

Students are encouraged to take extra precautions when going out around Halloween, and regardless of their Halloween activities, many students feel less safe when out on Oct. 31.


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Key additions add to hype

The final three weeks of the Pirates' 2008-2009 season was filled with significant match-ups. On Feb. 22, the team lost a close game to St. John's that was highlighted by a non-foul call on a Eugene Harvey play.


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Award winning author speaks to slavic club

Seton Hall University's Slavic Club and the Russian and East European studies program hosted the lecture, "Like a Chicken in the Soup-an American Education," by award-winning author Anya Ulinich, which was attendedby about 50 students and faculty last Thursday.


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Halloween movies all treats

This Halloween will mark the return of many strange rituals. It is the one weekend of the year when houses covered in spider webs are deemed appropriate; when the scarier people look, the better; when incredible candy binges are socially acceptable; when knocking on a stranger's door and asking for something for free is not met with hostility; and, of course, when virtually no dress code exists. In many respects, it is a wonderful holiday, and fortunately, the cinema has given us many resources to take in the ambiance of the season. From horror flicks and cartoons to science-fiction and comedy, Halloween offers something for nearly every viewer wanting to get into the trick-or-treat spirit. So brew up your apple cider and check out these Seton Hall favorites.Kevin Stevens can be reached at kevin.stevens@shu.edu.


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Deceased Chatham priest a Hall alum

The late Rev. Edward Hinds of Chatham, N.J., whose death has been ruled a homicide with parish janitor Jose Feliciano arrested and charged as a suspect, was ordained at Seton Hall in 1974.


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The vote on higher education

The New Jersey gubernatorial election may seem like just another political race, however, many feel that this election is imperative to the very future of not only New Jersey, but the many higher-education institutions within it.


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Habitat to serve in California in spring

This upcoming spring break, Seton Hall's chapter of Habitat for Humanity will be traveling to California for their annual service project, where they will add to the list of communities touched by their charitable service.


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Village sheds different light on ordinance

The Village Liaisons Off-Campus Services Committee hosted South Orange Village President Doug Newman and Police Chief James Chelel Wednesday night in order to shed light on Township of South Orange Village Ordinance #09-18, better known as the "Animal House" Ordinance.


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Theatre-in-the-Round gets spooked

Seton Hall's Theatre Council is teaming up with Alpha Phi Omega to present the first Haunted House-in-the-Round. Inspired by the strange architecture and ghosts stories surrounding the Theatre-in-the-Round, the haunted house idea "just made sense," said sophomore Theatre Council Secretary Marissa Breton.


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Metal chart toppers unite in horror

With Halloween upon us, many anxious moviegoers anticipate the return of the "Saw" horror series. This year, Jigsaw is back and the music is more brutal than ever. The soundtrack includes music from The Flood, Miss May I, Converge, Shadows Fall, Suicide Silence and many more top metal and hard rock bands. Although the previous soundtracks have not disappointed, this might just be the best and strongest yet.


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Soma's late goal saves Hall

Redshirt freshman Stephanie Soma's goal in the 86th minute of Saturday's game against Syracuse saved the Pirates from dropping their sixth straight Big East game and led the Pirates to a 2-1 victory on Senior Day.

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