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ATMs a necessity to campus community

So, the Seton Hall community is now informed that PNC Bank, which has already closed its branch office in the University Center, also plans on removing its ATMs, leaving us out in the cold, with no place on campus to extract our money.


DirecTV deal foreshadows breaking point for NFL

Football, by far, is America’s favorite sport and if you have any doubts, take a look at the new deal that the National Football League made with DirecTV for its NFL Sunday Ticket Package. The deal is worth $1.5 billion annually over the next eight seasons. Hooray, more football right?


Gender inequalities, stereotypes need to end

At the age of 5, I told my teacher for the kindergarten school yearbook that I wanted to be the president of the United States. Looking back, it was a good start for the woman I thought I was destined to become, but as I got older things changed. Later on I was repeatedly told young ladies should be seen, not heard when I became too outspoken in class discussion, but that didn’t stop me.


Campus is our home, keep it clean

With all the new facilities, dorms, classrooms and more, students should keep in mind that the only way to keep the campus looking nice is through their help. Every time somebody throws on the ground a cigarette butt, a water bottle, or anything else, it makes the campus look bad. Not only does it reflect poorly on our community, but it is detrimental to the environment.


Allowing hazing is allowing bullying

The news about Kira Kazantsev, Miss America 2015, being a part of a hazing scandal when she was at Hofstra University, raises questions about what type of women young girls have to look up to today.


Lessons learned from New York- Fashion Week

Alexander Wang, Badgley Mischka, Calvin Klein Collection, Diane Von Furstenberg, Elie Tahari, must I continue all the way to Z? New York Fashion Week has concluded—inevitably designer labels are on the brain along with the crazy, funky, flirty, flawless and fabulous styles.


Combating the mid-college crisis, or at least trying

I remember the first time it really hit me. Sophomore year was almost officially over and I had one final left before completely immersing myself in the self-loathing process that is packing up my entire room after living on campus for another year. My mom called me and said something along the lines of “just think about it, you’re almost halfway done with college.”


Sept. 11: Talking about our generation

Every American life was shaken by the September 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. War, danger and fear seemed closer than they had ever been since Pearl Harbor. For young children living in the northeast, it was traumatizing. When the 9/11 attacks happened, most of us were around nine years old, an age where it seemed nothing could hurt us.


Ferguson and South Orange through Midwestern eyes

There aren’t many more remarkable experiences than taking the 8:07 p.m. train from New York City and getting off in the small village of South Orange less than an hour later. It’s a daunting change of scenery for a Midwesterner like me, and the two places--the big city and the small village-- couldn’t be more different. But there is one common theme between the two, and it’s a theme that I’ve come to embrace at 400 South Orange Ave. as a student at Seton Hall University.

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