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Fire in Turrell

Four pies are suspected of causing a small fire to break out in Turrell Manor Sunday night.


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Rec arrest name revealed

As The Setonian previously reported, a Seton Hall student whose name has now been released, was taken into custody outside of the Richie Regan Athletic Center on Sept. 22.


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Students doubt CASE van availability

Seton Hall has many safety programs, including a transportation service known as the CASE van. While the CASE van was created to help students, some are discouraged by its lack of availability.


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Hall holds off Eagles in tie

The men's soccer team snapped a four game losing streak with a double-overtime scoreless tie against Marquette on Saturday night, Oct.10.


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The toys are back in town

In 1995, most current Seton Hall students were impressionable elementary students, whose biggest concern in life was having an extra five minutes tacked onto afternoon recess. During this idyllic past, Disney and Pixar united to change animation and children's movies forever. From this union came the blockbuster hit, "Toy Story." The life-like characters in the trailers captivated television screens worldwide and were enough to make any child beg to catch the movie on its opening day, even if they weren't interested in cowboys or astronauts. "Toy Story" didn't just bring innovative animation to table, but also a message of friendship, compromise and loyalty that still applies to all ages even today. Fast forward 12 years and one sequel later, Disney-Pixar has re-released "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" in movie theaters with an interesting twist- they are in 3D. At the time of the original release of "Toy Story," there were no feature films that had used solely computer generated imagery, making the movie technologically savvy and revolutionary. The re-release targets children who weren't born when Woody and Buzz Lightyear were cultural phenomenons in the mid-90s, as well as to build hype for the third installment to the "Toy Story" saga which is due for release in the summer of 2010. In "Toy Story 3" we visit a more mature Andy preparing to head off to college, putting his toys away into storage, except his favorite toy, Woody. In typical "Toy Story" fashion, the toys are accidentally thrown away and find themselves in a daycare struggling to survive while Woody attempts to save them and find a them new home. The third story targets both the young adults that grew up with the "Toy Story" crew and new, younger fans.The re-release of "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2" still earned an estimated $12.5 million in its opening weekend, proving that some values stick regardless of generation and age.Kristen Hardy can be reached at kristen.hardy@student.shu.edu.


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The Voice: Time for students to advocate for safety

The last few years have seen the midpoint of the fall semester coincide with off-campus muggings. It's almost commonplace for us students, from the heightened security to the broadcast e-mails with safety tips that blast out to our inboxes following an incident.


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Hoyas add to Hall troubles

The Georgetown Hoyas scored two late goals to beat the men's soccer team 2-1 on Wednesday, extending the Hall's losing streak to four.


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Gossip web sites remain popular on campus

Juicy Campus met its end in February 2009 as sponsors backed out and denied the Web site the advertising revenue it needed to continue its gossip services, but multiple Web sites have sprung up to fill the gap.


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Proudly covering Hollywood

As a freshman I covered the diplomacy beat for The Setonian's news section. One of my articles included interviewing the former ambassador to Turkey concerning his thoughts about the recession and the upcoming Beijing Olympics.


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Mugging victim gives insight

After being beaten by two male individuals on Eder Terrace and Wilden Place during his walk home last Tuesday night, sophomore Joshua Meyer wants action to be taken about the walk to Ivy Hill.


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