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Charter Day to present service awards

The Bishop Bernard J. McQuaid Medal, as well as the Servant Leader Scholarship award, will be presented at the annual Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day Convocation on April 21 at 4 p.m. in Jubilee Hall Auditorium.


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TB case on campus

A case of pulmonary (lung) tuberculosis, has been confirmed on campus according to Health Services. An announcement was sent on Monday detailing the outbreak.


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Jailed Pirates

Kelly Whitney can be added to the list of present and former Seton Hall basketball players who had their name placed on a New Jersey police report this year.


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Online summer classes offer convenience

Summer classes have a new format this year including a May intersession, which takes place from May 18 to June 7; summer session 1, which takes place June 9- June 28; and summer session 2 takes place July 6 to August 9. However, students now have the opportunity to enroll in a summer online course instead.


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Little activity for those on campus over break

With the majority of residence halls and facilities closed over spring break, many students who remained on campus were faced with the task of finding ways to stay busy while the majority of the student population enjoyed time elsewhere.


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SGA VP resigns

The Student Government Association President Leonard Jones announced last night the resignation of Vice President, Kevaan Walton, who is stepping down for personal reasons. Citing approaching elections, Jones said the vacancy would not be filled.


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Mitchell arrested

Former Seton Hall men's basketball player Robert Mitchell was arrested on Tuesday March 16, by South Orange Police Department officers near South Orange Avenue and Poe Avenue in Newark, NJ.


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Students react to Gonzalez release

At this time last week, the Seton Hall Pirates were on the bubble of the NCAA Tournament. ESPN's Joe Lunardi had the Pirates as the second team out of the field of 65, but there was still hope within the team and on the campus.


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False alarms lead to three student suspensions

Three students have been suspended from the university pending disciplinary action in connection with the false fire alarm pulls on March 1 in Xavier Hall and Boland Hall, and other charges are pending with other individuals, according to the March 4 broadcast e-mail titled "Resolution to Malicious Fire Alarm Incidents" sent to all students.


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Reflecting on Haiti

David Peterson, a campus minister in Campus Ministry, traveled to Haiti the week before spring break to check up on friends and see if students can still travel there in May.


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Gone-zo

Bobby Gonzalez was fired as head coach of the Seton Hall men's basketball team on Wednesday after a long-thought decision by Msgr. Robert Sheeran. According to Sheeran, Gonzalez's behavior on and off the court did not meet the expectations that the university holds as its ideal.


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Students introduce new fraternity

Alpha Sigma Phi, a nationwide fraternity, was recently established at Seton Hall. It is the second fraternity to gain recognition this year; the first was Alpha Phi Alpha, which was formed during the fall semester.


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Seniors face problems with degree approvals

Director of Enrollment Services and University Registrar Mary Ellen Farrell and her staff have a list of over 100 seniors they are currently contacting because of problems with their degree candidacy evaluation.


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Thoughts on Lent

As a Catholic University, Seton Hall follows the traditions surrounding Lent, a time where Catholics and other Christians prepare for the celebration of Easter. For some students, Lent is also a time where they search for the meaning in their self and the act of giving things up.

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