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Students unite against S.O. tax

Village Liaisons is working to inform the student body about South Orange's recently proposed per-student tax on Seton Hall. The student group is also seeking to arrange a joint session with village trustees and other student leadership groups to convey the opinions of Seton Hall students to the Village.


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Professor of the Year' award introduced in Arts and Sciences

Students across campus are now able to vote for the Professor of the Year in the College of Arts and Sciences. The nomination process will run through Feb. 20, after which the Arts and Sciences senators of the Student Government Association will select five finalists.


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Boland Hall tragedy

Jan. 19 marked the 10th anniversary of the Boland Hall fire that claimed three lives, injured 58 others and forever changed the Seton Hall community.


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Hall ties to Haiti

When a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the poverty-stricken nation of Haiti on Jan. 12, it left an estimate 200,000 dead and affected over 3 million people, including Seton Hall students and alumni.


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Overheads hide in shadow of Fahy projectors

Seton Hall's efforts to keep pace technology are apparent in many classrooms on campus, yet many of these rooms are also equipped with what may be considered an ancient technology: the overhead projector.


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GDS has new station, calorie cards

Gourmet Dining Services has created a healthier environment in the Caf with the addition of a dietician and by introducing the Hydration Station and calorie cards.


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Drinking in Residence

A recent survey published in USA Today on drinking in college co-ed dormitories sheds light on the decrease in Seton Hall's own alcohol-related violations last year.


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Whitehead Gala awards global citizen

Diplomacy students were given the chance to mingle with faculty and guests including United Nations ambassadors, consulate members and a former National Security Advisor at this year's Whitehead School of Diplomacy Global Leadership Gala on the evening of Dec. 3 held at the Public Library in Manhattan.


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Deck the Hall

As students pull all nighters, walking out of the Walsh library, a glimmer of lights accompanies the sunrise: Seton Hall's Christmas Tree.


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International students battle culture shock

International students make up approximately one percent of the population at Seton Hall, according to the College Board's Web site, and because these students are so few and far between, many find it difficult to adjust to their new culture.


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Rotten sharks used in repellent

In September of 2000, the smell of death was discovered and revolutionized the mind of graduate student Eric Stroud. With shark attacks occurring on a global basis, Stroud wanted to somehow prevent them from harming people.


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Holocaust survivor to speak at SHU Colloquium

In an attempt to keep the Seton Hall community informed about the affects of the Holocaust, Norbet Bikales, one of the Jewish children rescued in Chabannes, France during the devastation will be the guest speaker at the Sister Rose Thering Endowment Colloquium on Dec. 6 in the Beck Room of the Walsh Library.


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Switching up the summer

Seton Hall will be instituting a new schedule for the Summer 2010 session. The decision to institute the new schedule was made to maintain the standard three-week gap between the conclusion of the summer session and start of the fall semester, due to the late end of the Spring 2009 semester.

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