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Swetland will visit campus

Msgr. Stuart Swetland, the lone finalist for the Seton Hall presidential position, will be visiting campus on May 6 and 7 according to a broadcast e-mail on Friday afternoon.


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Pope hospitalized

Sophomore forward Herb Pope was hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after being removed from the Rec Center on a stretcher, according to Rec Center security video cameras and eyewitness reports.


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Diplo professor receives fellowship

One of Seton Hall's associate professors, Dr. Zheng Wang, has been chosen by the United States Institute of Peace as a recipient of the Jennings-Randolph Senior Fellowship, which gives him the opportunity to spend 10 weeks in Washington, D.C.


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Director of Campus Ministry reassigned

The Rev. James Spera, vice rector of St. Andrew's College, the Seminary for Undergraduates, and director of Campus Ministry at Seton Hall, has been reassigned as a pastor to the Church of the Assumption in Roselle Park, N.J. and will be leaving Seton Hall at the end of the spring semester.


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Honors program adds mentors, minor

The Seton Hall honors program has recently formed an Honors Program Student Association, which will make positive changes and reform the structure of the program.


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Marbach finalist for Provost spot at LaSalle

Joseph Marbach, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, is a finalist for the Provost position at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, according to a report in the school's student newspaper, The Collegian.The report cites Marbach as having visited the campus "during the week of April 5."It also explains the process to find LaSalle's next Provost as being completed through an 11-member faculty search committee. Finalists were "asked to record a video tape…on their own campuses" addressing some of the committee's questions.Very similar to the plans for the Seton Hall presidential search, LaSalle invited its finalists – four in total - to campus for presentations and a chance to meet the community.The Setonian will have more on this story throughout the day.Brian Wisowaty can be reached at brian.wisowaty@student.shu.edu.


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Taking care of business for non-business majors

The Career Center has implemented a new program this semester titled "Lunch and Learn," which is part of a series of programming called "Business Careers for Non-Business Majors." The "Business Careers for Non-Business Majors" series is not new to Seton Hall and will be continued next year.


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South Park writers silenced

In terms of cartoons in modern America, viewers cannot say they have seen it all unless they partake in the cultural phenomenon that has become "South Park." Since its debut in 1997, critics and fans alike have called "South Park" indecent, violent and downright entertaining. The show's 14 successful seasons are largely attributed to its satirical and darkly humorous depictions of controversial subject matter, which includes topics related to religion, politics, racism, war and even television itself. It seems, however, in recent weeks, the show has gone too far.


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Pope taken to hospital

UPDATE, Friday afternoon: According to a report from the Beaver County (Pa.) Times, Robert Morris head coach Mike Rice spoke with Seton Hall officials about Herb Pope's condition. Rice told the newspaper that "Pope's heart stopped...and (he) also suffered seizures, convulsions and was vomiting" during the incident on Wednesday.


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Piratenet junk mail problem solved

The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center received reports that students were indicating e-mails sent from faculty and administrators were being captured by their built-in spam filter and deposited into their junk mail box, according to TLTC Director Paul Fisher.


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Social work major saved in reorganization of A&S

The college planning committee for the College of Arts and Sciences has approved Dean Marbach's proposal for the reorganization of the college, according to Manfred Minimair, chair of the committee and associate professor in the department of mathematics and computer science.


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Moving up the ranks

Mike Salzillo, a 2002 graduate of Seton Hall, recently was promoted to assistant vice president at Coyne Public Relations, LLC. Coyne was PRWeek's 2009 midsize agency of the year.


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Hall student awarded Fulbright Scholarship

This year's Fulbright Scholarship to Indonesia has been awarded to a Seton Hall senior Grace Chung for the 2010-2011 school year. Chung is a senior at Seton Hall, with a double major in Diplomacy and International Relations and Economics. She will be part of a 10 month program in Indonesia and is the second of four recipients to receive this year's awards.

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