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As a freshman I covered the diplomacy beat for The Setonian's news section. One of my articles included interviewing the former ambassador to Turkey concerning his thoughts about the recession and the upcoming Beijing Olympics.


Absence of athletics hurts U Day schedule

The slogan for this year's University Day was "Come Home to the Hall." The slogan, along with the scheduled activities and parent weekend that occurring throughout the weekend, would seem to imply that University Day is almost like Seton Hall's homecoming.


In need of a headlining act

Most college students would agree that music plays an integral role in their everyday life. I would lose count if I tried to record the number of people I see listening to iPods while walking through campus.


Calling the Hall home

With the upcoming open house this weekend, I started thinking about what it means to be a part of the Seton Hall community.


The Voice: Flu prevention a full campus effort

The H1N1 virus has received so much publicity in the last few weeks that it has surpassed New York City as Twitter's "Trending Topic." Perhaps rightly so, as the start of school years and college semesters across the country this month has given the swine flu virus a comeback in the public consciousness.


An A-list of SHU memories

There are many things I have learned during my time here at Seton Hall University. I could fill more than this space discussing my high and low points in college or complaining about the lack of interest in certain activities or the need for a greater sense of tradition at Seton Hall.


A pocket-sized guide to college

I have a small space to sum up my college experience, offer my parting wisdom and bow out of the best four years of my life graciously, so I have to choose what I say with extreme care. Here is my best attempt to squeeze in the most important things I've learned:

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