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Parking reaches maximum

As students search for parking, they may be wondering when the university is planning to expand parking on campus or into South Orange. However, the university has no immediate plans to do either. According to Ann Szipszky, parking services manager, the parking deck is at its maximum capacity for height restrictions.


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Setting the record straight on student-villager relations

Last year, when I first came to Seton Hall, one of the things I noticed was the separation between the university and the village. The only reason I might have suspected South Orange was a "college town" at all was from the "Welcome to South Orange, Home of Seton Hall University" sign at the train station.


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NJ Republican chair speaks on campaign

The Seton Hall University College Republicans welcomed Chairman Jay Webber of the Republican Party of New Jersey yesterday to speak to students about the gubernatorial candidate Christopher Christie's campaign.


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Pirates split matches in the Bronx

Senior Allie Matters became Seton Hall's all-time dig leader as the women's volleyball team wrapped up play this weekend at the Rose Hill Classic in the Bronx, NY with a 3-0 win over Manhattan.


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Tough Big East draw headlines Hall schedule

Last year, the Pirates' season came to an end after being defeated by rival Rutgers in the second round of the Big East Tournament. It has been five long months for the Hall since that loss, and they are ready to get back on the hardwood.


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King of Rap guards his throne with eleventh album

The release of Jay-Z's eleventh studio album, "The Blueprint 3," has become somewhat of a social phenomenon, as fans flock to their local Best Buy only to be met with the inevitable question, "Are you here for The Beatles or Jay-Z?"


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From "Degrassi" to the streets

Drake, an actor turned rapper from the hit TV series "Degrassi," has brought his introspective swagger to the U.S. after releasing three mixtapes since 2006.


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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.


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LA Rockers hit the road for CMJ Festival

In the past two years A/J Jackson has played a ruthless warlord and a retro high school rocker. He's organized a prom for the undead and a concert for future fathers. This, of course, is all in addition to singing and playing guitar along with A Sharp, Greg Erwin and Dak who make up Los Angeles based alt rock band Saint Motel.


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Link: Bobby G conference call

Local basketball blogger Adam Zagoria has published his notes and quotes from the Bobby Gonzalez conference call last week, in which the Pirates' head coach spoke of his contract extension, the upcoming season and more.


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Pirates men's basketball schedule

2009-10 SETON HALL MEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULEFri. Oct. 30 Carleton University (Exhibition - Walsh Gym) 7:00 p.m.Fri. Nov. 13 SAINT PETER'S 7:00 p.m.Sun. Nov. 15 at Monmouth 2:00 p.m.Fri. Nov. 20 at Cornell 7:00 p.m.Sat. Nov. 28 LIU 8:00 p.m.Mon. Nov. 30 NJIT 7:00 p.m.


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Gonzalez to get three more years

Men's basketball head coach Bobby Gonzalez will receive a three-year extension on Thursday, according to online reports from The Star-Ledger and The Bergen Record last night.


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Soccer taken down by Tigers

All it took was one moment midway through the first half, a free kick from Princeton defender Josh Walburn that seemed to deflect off a Seton Hall defender and freeze Pirates keeper Paul McHenry in the net.When the game went final, that momentary lapse by the Hall's defense led to a second straight loss to an in-state opponent at the season's start.Seton Hall fell to Princeton, 3-2, on Monday night at Owen T. Carroll Field. It was the team's first regular season home game after starting its year 1-1 the prior week.Junior Steven Rose picked up a pair of goals in the loss, the first of which came on a corner kick assist by junior Brayan Martinez. All of the goals scored by both teams came in the first half."As much as we hate to lose, we want to acknowledge the good things," head coach Manny Schellscheidt said. "(Rose) was very good and had an excellent game besides the goals."Rose's initial score at the 10:14 mark was followed only two minutes later by the Tigers, when midfielder Antoine Hoppenot used a burst of speed to break past the Hall's defense. Walburn put Princeton ahead for the first time around the 23 minute mark with an unassisted score.But Seton Hall answered back, this time with Rose drawing the team even through a penalty kick. The tie would last less than two minutes of regulation play.Walburn's second goal placed the Tigers back in the lead."It was definitely a tense game," Rose said. "Every team is fighting for a win. They are fighting for every inch."While running out of time in the second half, the Hall tried to draw an offensive spark by substituting junior Sam Petrone into the match. The junior forward only mustered one shot, not on goal, in his 36 minutes of play.Martinez, usually a catalyst for the Pirates' attack, had a quiet performance outside of his assist as well. Both his shots in the game failed to challenge Tigers keeper Sean Lynch.The Pirates outshot Princeton 16-11 and held a 7-4 edge in corner kicks. Yet the Tigers seemed to dictate the game's pace in the final minutes. They cleared out the ball into Seton Hall's end of the field several times to kill the half's remaining time."Because of the few defensive plays in the second half, our legs were tired," Schellscheidt said. The Pirates defeated Penn on Sept. 4, 3-2.However, they lost their season opener to Monmouth by a 1-0 score on Sept. 1."We need to keep our heads up and prepare for (Virginia Commonwealth)," Schellscheidt said. "Games come so quick that we don't have time to dwell."Seton Hall will host the Rams at Owen T. Carroll Field on Friday night. Game time is at 7 p.m. Afterwards, the team hits the road. The Pirates do not return home until Sept. 25., when they face the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in the heart of Big East play.Virginia Commonwealth is 2-0 in the regular season after defeating St. Francis (NY) and Albany in the Coastal Carolina Tournament. The Rams also played to a scoreless tie with Duke and only lost to No. 2 North Carolina by a single goal in exhibition play.Brian Wisowaty can be reached at brian.wisowaty@student.shu.edu.


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mtvU begins search for college activists

MtvU and the New York Stock Exchange Euronext are sponsoring a nationwide competition called "Movers & Changers," which challenges budding entrepreneurs to promote social change through innovative business ideas.


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Students fear possible eviction

Off-campus students already fear possible eviction from their homes after multiple quality-of-life violation tickets were issued by the South Orange Police in the first week of the fall semester.


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"Love Drunk" under the influence of auto-tuning

Love Drunk is the second album from pop-punkers Good Charlotte, I mean, Boys Like Girls. The album proves that the names of both these popular bands are virtually interchangeable. Case in point: Boys Like Girls (BLG) makes great strides to defy the naysayers who claim that Good Charlotte might be the worst band ever.

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