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Pirate's Gold expands service in South Orange

This fall, Campus I.D. Card Services will be working to expand the Pirate's Gold program to provide students with greater access to area merchants and foster a more cooperative relationship between local vendors and the university.


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Increased worry causes record vaccinations

Students and faculty who wanted to receive the seasonal flu vaccine on Sept. 17 were met with long lines in the University Center Main Lounge, as increased worry over getting sick this year prompted a record breaking amount of vaccinations.


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Brit boy Mika goes for gold

British artist Mika's falsetto may put members of the Vienna boys' choir to shame, but in fact he is a grown male with a Grammy-nominated song under his belt and a new album, "The Boy Who Knew Too Much."


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Long Island rockers Brand New return with "Daisy"

Long Island's amorphous rockers, Brand New, have gained an enormous following over the years, escaping from claims of interchangeability with bands like Taking Back Sunday and Straylight Run and selling out shows throughout the tri-state area's most popular venues.


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Presidential search committee selected

The members of the Presidential Search and Screen Committee, which will select Seton Hall's next president, were revealed on Sept. 10 via an e-mail from committee chair Joseph LaSala.


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Parking reaches maximum

As students search for parking, they may be wondering when the university is planning to expand parking on campus or into South Orange. However, the university has no immediate plans to do either. According to Ann Szipszky, parking services manager, the parking deck is at its maximum capacity for height restrictions.


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Setting the record straight on student-villager relations

Last year, when I first came to Seton Hall, one of the things I noticed was the separation between the university and the village. The only reason I might have suspected South Orange was a "college town" at all was from the "Welcome to South Orange, Home of Seton Hall University" sign at the train station.


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NJ Republican chair speaks on campaign

The Seton Hall University College Republicans welcomed Chairman Jay Webber of the Republican Party of New Jersey yesterday to speak to students about the gubernatorial candidate Christopher Christie's campaign.


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King of Rap guards his throne with eleventh album

The release of Jay-Z's eleventh studio album, "The Blueprint 3," has become somewhat of a social phenomenon, as fans flock to their local Best Buy only to be met with the inevitable question, "Are you here for The Beatles or Jay-Z?"


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From "Degrassi" to the streets

Drake, an actor turned rapper from the hit TV series "Degrassi," has brought his introspective swagger to the U.S. after releasing three mixtapes since 2006.


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