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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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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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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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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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Printing allowances amped up

While full-time students can now print up to 800 pages free of charge this semester, the Academic Affairs Committee of the SGA is not finished contesting the restrictions.


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RAD promotes self-defense

Female members of the Seton Hall community had the opportunity to participate in Rape Aggression Defense classes this week. The course consisted of three classes and an optional simulation which will take place on Saturday.


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DOVE, SDP sponsor coat drive

The Division of Volunteer Efforts and the Sophomore Discovery Program at Seton Hall are collaborating on a Coat Drive that officially began on Oct. 16 and will culminate in a student distribution of the coats on Nov. 7 at the Apostle House in Newark.


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Hall blue over 'green' report

While the "green" movement has grown in popularity among colleges and universities, Seton Hall remains behind in significant acknowledgment as a sustainable environmental school.


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Please keep the she-wolf caged

Centuries ago, the Chinese government implemented a form of slow torture by dripping water on its prisoners' heads, which, though seemingly innocuous, ultimately drove the detainees to the brink of insanity. It defined the notion of cruel and unusual punishment, an unprecedented strategy until this month, when Shakira, the hip-convulsing Latin singer, released her new album, "She Wolf."


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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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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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