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"Half-Blood Prince" worth the wait

When it was announced last fall that the film release of the sixth installment of the mega successful Harry Potter series would be pushed back from November to July, muggles all over the country were not too thrilled. It has certainly been a long wait, but Harry's spell continues to work its magic. "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" is a gripping and visually stunning film and has already met success by taking in $22 million domestically from midnight showings on its July 15 release.


Never will say goodbye

As I write this, Michael Jackson has been deceased for days. In the time since his passing on Thursday, you have seen reports on the singer – the circumstances under which he died, the family's reaction, the looming questions about his estate – splattered across the Web. You've seen tributes flooding from every news outlet on the planet. You've seen MTV break their unwritten no-video rule to show the greatest clips by the King of Pop, and you've heard everything from "ABC" to "Smooth Criminal" blaring from someone's speakers.


HALL HISTORY: Changes at the top

It started with an investiture ceremony on "Charter Day 1996," a celebration of the charter granted from the New Jersey state legislature to the trustees of then-Seton Hall College in 1861.


Sheeran to step down

University President Msgr. Robert Sheeran, 63, announced to the Seton Hall community early on Thursday morning that he will be stepping down from his position effective June 1, 2010.


Breaking news: Sheeran to step down

Early this morning, it was announced via broadcast e-mail that Msgr. Robert Sheeran will be stepping down from his position as University President at the end of the upcoming academic year.


Spending the summer in South Orange

This summer, a number of Seton Hall students have elected to remain either on campus or in South Orange for reasons as varied as summer courses, participation in athletics, internships or employment.

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