SHU celebrates transfers
Oct31

SHU celebrates transfers

Seton Hall commemorated National Transfer Student week from Oct. 21 – 25 by hosting various events for and about transfer students, past and present. This week of celebration was started by the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students. Seton Hall is part of this national movement. The Dean of the Transfer Center, Hezal Patel, described how the center either highlighted the “transfer story” of a Seton Hall employee...

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Seton Hall dominates Jefferson in preseason tune-up
Oct30

Seton Hall dominates Jefferson in preseason tune-up

The 2019-2020 Seton Hall Women’s Basketball season started off with a bang tonight as the Pirates dispatched Jefferson in blowout fashion 98-54, in their first and only exhibition contest this year. The Pirates were led by Shadeen Samuels and Iona transfer Alexis Lewis, who rained threes in her pirate debut. Samuels led the Pirates with 18 points and Lewis added 14 points, including four first quarter three-pointers. The win was a...

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ITA Regionals allow women’s tennis to prepare for spring season
Oct30

ITA Regionals allow women’s tennis to prepare for spring season

The fall season is almost over for the Seton Hall women’s tennis team with one final tournament to prepare them for the spring portion. The meat of the team’s schedule is from late January to mid-April, where the Pirates will play in 19 different matches, including the Big East Championship. The fall season serves more as a tune up for what is to come, but it is still important, as it shortens the offseason and makes sure that players...

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Game 7 of World Series set for massive amounts of strategy
Oct30

Game 7 of World Series set for massive amounts of strategy

As the MLB playoffs come to a close, it becomes more and more apparent the amount of strategy needed to make it big in the month of October. Baseball is always a cerebral game. Whether it be through double-switches for position players of contemplating bullpen configurations, it is extremely important for managers and other executives alike to be in tune with the game and what is going on around them. Miss an opportunity to gain an...

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Seton Hall blows out Misericordia in final preseason tune up
Oct29

Seton Hall blows out Misericordia in final preseason tune up

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team beat Misericordia 112-38 in their final home exhibition game of the year. Following the suspension of head coach Kevin Willard, assistant coach Grant Billmeier lead the Pirates out in their second exhibition game of the season. “We stuck to what we always do,” Billmeier said when asked about preparation for Tuesday night’s game following Willard’s suspension. “We prepared for Misericordia like we...

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4 takeaways from Seton Hall’s exhibition win over Bloomfield
Oct25

4 takeaways from Seton Hall’s exhibition win over Bloomfield

It’s officially basketball season. Seton Hall was back in action in the historic Walsh Gymnasium on Friday night with its first exhibition tilt of the season against Bloomfield. The Pirates cruised to an 81-52 victory over the Bears, but the end result is never paramount in the preseason. Friday night’s action provided coach Kevin Willard and his staff to get a look at some of his younger players, newcomers and different...

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SGA passes bill to honor native lands at the start of meetings
Oct24

SGA passes bill to honor native lands at the start of meetings

After a series of debates, SGA votes to amend their agenda to recognize the native lands SHU was built on The Student Government Association (SGA) passed their first bill of this legislative session on Monday night – an addition to their agenda to include the reading of a statement at every meeting recognizing the native peoples who occupied the land Seton Hall stands on, known as the Land Recognition Bill, following the invocation...

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Pirates fall to Xavier despite stellar performance from McKenzie
Oct23

Pirates fall to Xavier despite stellar performance from McKenzie

The road woes for Seton Hall’s men’s soccer team continued tonight as the Pirates fell to Xavier 2-1. Carlton McKenzie provided the only goal of the night with a spectacular shot in the 69th minute and the Pirates had numerous other chances throughout the game but it wasn’t enough to surpass the Musketeers. The loss is the second in a row for the Pirates following a 4-0 setback to Butler on October 19 and continues the road struggles...

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Seton Hall no longer has underdog status to fall back on
Oct23

Seton Hall no longer has underdog status to fall back on

It took nearly a decade, but Kevin Willard finally has the Seton Hall men’s basketball program where he wants it after taking over as coach in 2010. Tasked with rebuilding a program in shambles, the first couple years of the Willard era featured the occasional positive sprinkled in with mostly negatives. Willard took the Pirates to the NIT in his second year, but three consecutive dismal seasons followed. At the end of the 2014-15...

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Fast start from newcomers boosts outlook for women’s swimming season
Oct23

Fast start from newcomers boosts outlook for women’s swimming season

The Seton Hall swimming and diving team currently sits at 4-1, with its only loss this season to in-state rival Rutgers. One catalyst to the fortuitous start is the amazing performances of its freshmen, who have helped the team win many races. Two freshmen, Madeline Bachand and Sierra Cripps, have a combined 13 top-three finishes thus far. At the Rutgers Pre-Season Tune-Up, the former finished second in the 500-yard Freestyle with a...

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It’s important to indulge your parents if you can
Oct23

It’s important to indulge your parents if you can

This week’s Voice is for you, seniors. We’re over halfway through the first half of our senior year. For some of you, graduation may only be a short seven weeks away. File photo This whole week, Seton Hall is hosting photographers on campus to take our senior portraits, if we so choose. To sit for the photos is free, and they’re even being taken in what was many of our freshman dorm – Boland Hall. I myself didn’t really care one way...

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Princess Puffery’  featured during Seton Hall weekend
Oct10

Princess Puffery’ featured during Seton Hall weekend

On Oct. 19, Seton Hall Theatre will feature a performance of “Princess Puffery,” which is written and directed by Peter Reader, associate professor of theatre, as part of a tradition to perform a children’s play during Seton Hall weekend. The play tells the story of Princess Puffery, a vain princess who has lost her charm and goes about looking for it in all the wrong places. The princess meets an ogre and is allowed to discover where...

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