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Defying discrimination

Cradled in her father's arms, newborn Priscilla Garces was not yet able to understand the impact of what was said by the medical staff of the small Ecuadorian clinic in which she was born. Garces entered the world prematurely, leading way to several medical complications.


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Seniors plan for life after graduation

With the uncertainties in the job market and the trouble regarding the economy of late, seniors may have a hard time after graduation. However, at Seton Hall, two graduating seniors have their plans figured out and are ready for whatever life may bring after graduation.


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SGA wraps up budget

The Student Government Association revisited the tabled budget appeals from last week during Monday night's meeting.


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Social media a possible addiction

University students who go without technology suffer from symptoms similar to that of addiction and withdrawal, according to a recent study by the University of Maryland's International Center for Media and the Public Agenda.


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Resolution for "new search"

With the academic semester closing and exam week on deck, the Faculty Senate evaluated the search for the next university president Wednesday and returned a decision: "incomplete."


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Diplomas given in Latin to seniors

Seniors may be surprised to learn two things about their diploma on graduation day: they won't get it at graduation and most won't be able to read it when they do.


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Herb Pope remains hospitalized

Sophomore forward Herb Pope remains hospitalized at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston as of press time, according to the latest updates on Jerry Carino's NJ Hoops Haven website.


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Marbach a finalist for provost at LaSalle

As The Setonian reported online on April 29, Joseph Marbach, the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, is one of four finalists for the provost position at LaSalle University in Philadelphia.


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Walk with Wyclef for Haiti

Grammy-award winning-musician Wyclef Jean and Seton Hall students will trek down South Orange Ave to drop off donations to Yele Haiti organization headquarters at noon on Saturday, May 8.


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Oldest dateable South Orange building for sale

The Village of South Orange has decided to place the Old Stone House, located behind the South Orange Police Station, up for sale. The building, according to the New Jersey Historic Trust's website, is the oldest building in South Orange and one of the oldest in Essex County.


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Summer job hunt begins

With finals right around the corner, students may be stressed about their last minute assignments and exams. That stress does not end for students on the hunt for part-time or full-time summer jobs.

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