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Consultants tell Village: focus more on students

The Cecil Group, a planning and design firm based in Boston, Mass., presented the final "South Orange Vision Plan" at a town hall meeting in the South Orange Performing Arts Center loft on Nov. 12. The Vision Plan provides South Orange with a plan to encourage future economic growth within the Village's downtown, Valley St. and Irvington Ave. business corridors.


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Career survey states employment rate increase

Data from the Career Center from last year's graduating class, in which the university maintained its graduate employment rate from 2008, as well as the Career Center's new efforts this year to help students find employment, might help quell student worries about their job search.


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SGA gives $10,000 to SAB, DOVE

The Student Government Association granted a total of $10,000 in co-sponsorships to various clubs on campus at Monday night's meeting. The first group was the Student Activities Board, who requested $2,500 to help pay for the 2009 Winter Ball, "Santa's Workshop."


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Students find comfort in Home Away from Home

As Thanksgiving approaches, students who will be remaining on campus for the holiday are invited to join local families for dinner. But even students who will be away for the holidays can get to know nearby families throughout the year through the Home Away from Home program.


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Mailroom woes

Problems with the mailroom have recently overwhelmed students who have received their mail late or not at all.


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Observatory allows students to 'scope' out stars

A new high-powered telescope will be presented during the opening of the observatory in the McNulty Science and Technology building, dedicated by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Physics Center, on Monday Nov. 23 at 7 p.m.


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Professors offered a bonus for CORE curriculum

With the new core in its second official year, the University has had some difficulty in filling positions to teach the Signature II Christianity and Culture in Dialogue course for the spring semester and has offered full-faculty the option to teach the course in addition


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WSOU rocks the "Loudest Thanksgiving"

Seton Hall's radio station, WSOU 89.5 FM, is presenting the "LOUDEST Thanksgiving 2009" concert at the School of Rock on Nov. 28. The concert consists of several metal and post hardcore bands such as In Fear & Faith and In This Moment.


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Web courses an option for students

Although lacking the face-to-face interaction of a traditional class, Seton Hall has seen over 1,500 students graduate through online courses, with a higher retention rate than traditional on-campus courses since 1998, according to the university's Web site.


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Basketball star arrested

When Pirates head coach Bobby Gonzalez announced in Sept. 2008 that Keon Lawrence had transferred to Seton Hall, he called the guard "…an electrifying, exciting player that the fans are just going to love."But the chance for Lawrence to back up his coach's claim is now on hold – indefinitely.


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Bon Jovi's newest album not exactly a perfect circle

When a baby is born in New Jersey, he/she is given two things: a birth certificate and, of course, the entire discography of both Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen. Not to know of Bon Jovi is Jersey heresy, much like going to a record shop in London and asking who The Beatles are.


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