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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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Involvement verses GPA

Maintaining a high GPA is typically a goal for students during college, however when it comes to finding jobs and internships, employers also look for candidates with extracurricular involvement.


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The strategic future

Seton Hall is currently working to finalize a "Strategic Plan" for the university. The plan, which sets goals to improve Seton Hall by the year 2015 is titled "From Strength to Strength."


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Deciphering priority points

Housing applications are in and the priority point process for room selection has begun for 1,200 students who applied for room and board in fall 2010.


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Annual women's conference

In honor of women's history month, Seton Hall will host its annual Women's Conference honoring the accomplishments of women and granting the Woman of the Year Award along with the "On the Shoulders We Stand" award on March 26 in the Main Lounge.


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Delving into film

A Seton Hall freshman created a film society at Seton Hall in hopes of introducing its members to well known and popular movies college-aged students might not have seen.


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Seton Hall axes track teams

The Seton Hall men's and women's track teams will be eliminated to cut costs in the Athletic Department, Athletics Director Joe Quinlan and University President Msgr. Robert Sheeran announced Wednesday.


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Grave behind chapel uncovered

The first place on my checklist was South Orange Public Library. There, I teamed up with a librarian named Ellen and together we searched through online databases for anything involving births or deaths in the years 1952 and 1953.


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Shuttle service at risk

The shuttle service to Newark Airport that ran during the Thanksgiving and winter breaks for Seton Hall students may end due to a lack of student participation.


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Switching majors made easy

Declare Your Major Day was held on Feb. 17 in the University Center's Living Room, where 202 students changed or declared their major. The event is held annually in February to allow students a "one stop shop" for their new major or minor.


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Campus minister David Peterson travels to Haiti

David Peterson, a campus minister in Campun Ministry, traveled to Haiti on Thrusday. Peterson will visit there until Friday of next week, and the next day he will go with Seton Hall students to El Salvador on the March Releasing the DOVEs trip.


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Seton Hall axes track team

In a financial bind, Seton Hall University opted to end one of its most prestigious athletic programs to save over $1 million a year.


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Interning at Disney

It's called the happiest place on Earth, where dreams come true, an adult can be a kid again, no dream is too big, and remember, "one mouse started it all."


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Freshman applications increase

Seton Hall has received 13,385 applications for freshman admission so far this year while last year, admissions received a total of 13,854 applications, according to Jaime de Leon II, associate director of admissions.


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