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Intramurals receive foul for poor sportsmanship

Though intramurals at Seton Hall are intended to be all fun and games, the majority of participating students take them very seriously. Those who have been fortunate enough to win a championship t-shirt know that with that prize comes a sense of pride and elation that seems almost unmatchable.


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Library deserves credit for extending hours during finals

As students plan walkouts and voice their outrage about Seton Hall's on-campus security, I think we should spend a moment to commend the library for reverting back to 24/7 hours for final exams. The library will begin extended hours starting Dec. 6, nine days before final examinations officially take place.


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Library deserves credit for extending hours for finals

As students plan walkouts and voice their outrage about Seton Hall's on-campus security, I think we should spend a moment to commend the library for reverting back to 24/7 hours for final exams. The library will begin extended hours starting Dec. 6, nine days before final examinations officially take place.


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The Voice: SHU must take action to protect, inform students

In light of Nov. 16's late night sexual assault of a female student as she attempted to leave the Walsh Library and Nov. 13's assault and mugging of two females students across the street from campus on South Orange Ave., The Setonian believes Seton Hall must take definitive and clear action to inform students of the steps it is taking to provide for their safety.


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Respect the space: Leave Caf tables clean when you leave

It's time to start making the caf a nicer place for students throughout the open time instead of just when it opens for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Some students feel that this job is just for the Gourmet Dining Service (GDS) workers but it relies on students to keep the caf clean throughout the day.


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The Voice: Educating students should come before drink bans

The Setonian believes the University should be realistic in any policies it sets regarding the consumption or possession of Four Loko on campus. Seton Hall must realize that any ban or restrictions regarding the drink will, in effect, be superficial as students will find ways to circumvent the policies.


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The next 'lost generation?'

As college students born in between the years 1982 and 2000, the majority of Seton Hall students, we are members of what has been dubbed by generation theorist William Strauss as the "Millennial Generation." Another nickname of our generation has sprung about over recent years, the "Boomerang Generation," due to the newfound tendency of young adults to return to their origin homes after living on their own for short periods of time.


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Seton Hall should solve mailroom woes

I am writing to you as a concerned parent. My son is a freshman. Since the start of school, I have sent him four different envelopes though the mail. Three of them he never received, the fourth he received opened, the contents missing and the enveloped taped up. I have spoken to other parents and almost everyone has had a problem getting mail to their student. I have also been told by seniors, that this has been a problem since they were freshman. Why has this been allowed to go on for this long?


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All Catholic views on LGBTQ issues should be heard

Monday, Oct. 11, marked National Coming Out Day, a day for lesbian, gay, transgender and queer people, and their allies, to affirm their commitment to equal rights for LGBTQ people across America. Campus Ministry chose to mark this week by inviting Damon Owens, a speaker for the Theology of the Body Institute and New Jersey Director of National Organization for Marriage, back to campus.

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