Experienced U-17 US side ready for U-17 Concacaf
May01

Experienced U-17 US side ready for U-17 Concacaf

The United States U-17 men’s national team has its sights set on competing in the U-17 World Cup in Brazil later this year, but they must first get through the qualification stage through the U-17 CONCACAF Championship. Newly hired head coach Raphaël Wicky is aware of the rigor and grittiness with which most CONCACAF teams play with but confidence is high within the camp that the team will qualify for the 17th time to one of the...

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Disabled students should study abroad
Apr24

Disabled students should study abroad

When I was getting ready to start my senior year at SHU, all I knew was I wanted to make it the best year ever. I was thinking about what I hadn’t done yet in college and the one thing that took over my thinking was study abroad. I had never left America, and it was at the top of my bucket list. Italy was always the dream and when I heard a Catholic Studies course was going there during spring break I thought it was the perfect...

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Stillman students win business competition
Mar28

Stillman students win business competition

Students from the Stillman School of Business won the inaugural CBXmarket University Challenge, defeating 30 teams comprised of more than 100 students from various colleges across the country. The challenge was created by CBXmarket, a software company that provides market research, portfolio management and analytics on investment opportunities. The challenge focuses on bond investment rather than equity, providing students an...

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The everyday experience of an SHU ROTC cadet
Mar20

The everyday experience of an SHU ROTC cadet

Seton Hall students explained their everyday experience as a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadet. Physical conditioning is one of the training components that ROTC cadets have to undergo. Luke Tyler/Staff Photographer Gianna Dejesus, a sophomore social and behavioral sciences major, said she has been a part of the ROTC program for two years. Dejesus said cadets have to be up and ready to go by 7 a.m. for physical training,...

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Seton Hall advances to Big East Tournament semifinals with win over Georgetown
Mar15

Seton Hall advances to Big East Tournament semifinals with win over Georgetown

Coming off a week in which it knocked off two ranked conference foes and secured a spot in the NCAA Tournament, Seton Hall picked up where it left off against Georgetown in the first round of the Big East Tournament and downed the Hoyas by a final score of 73-57 behind a dominant performance from Myles Powell. Powell spearheaded a first half performance that saw Seton Hall leading 53-28 at the break with a Big East record 29 points in...

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Professor receives Fulbright faculty award
Mar06

Professor receives Fulbright faculty award

Professor Catherine Tinker has been presented with a Fulbright faculty award for 2019-2020, which will allow her to teach in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for a semester in 2020. A distinguished member of the University’s Center for UN and Global Governance studies, Tinker has been invited to study and conduct research at the Universidad Nacional de San Martin. Grace McBride/Staff Photographer Tinker, also an international law expert, will...

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Players should not be expected to take hometown discounts
Mar06

Players should not be expected to take hometown discounts

In today’s sports universe, there should be no such thing as a “hometown discount.” This past week, a report by Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram stated that ex-Seahawks safety Earl Thomas would not give his hometown Dallas Cowboys a break when it came to money. The 29-year-old, according to Hill, Jr. is attempting to supersede Eric Berry as the highest-paid safety in the league. Thomas’ situation is the perfect...

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Backlash toward CTE inspired law is abhorrent
Feb27

Backlash toward CTE inspired law is abhorrent

Earlier this week Massachusetts lawmakers announced that they were considering a bill to prevent children from playing tackle football before seventh grade. The reaction online was disorienting and alarming. The objections to the proposed law – which would cost violators a $2,000 fine – were centered around kumbaya notions of tackle football instilling toughness and the completely broken, incoherent logic that a sport which destroys...

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Village Diner: ‘a home away from home’
Feb20

Village Diner: ‘a home away from home’

Merinda Gruszecki/ Digital/Social Media Editor As the years have passed and Seton Hall students have come and gone, one thing has remained steady through it all – the diner down South Orange Ave. What was once known as the Blue Moon 18 years ago has since turned into into Village Diner. Owner Allie Lignos said she and her husband, Nick, knew the importance and weight that came with running a diner in a college town. The owners...

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On Valentine’s Day, learn to love yourself first
Feb16

On Valentine’s Day, learn to love yourself first

With Valentine’s Day being an unofficial American holiday, I understand that there’s this societal pressure to engage in romantic love and be part of a relationship that transcends the individual. For me, this day is an opportunity to reflect on myself and on the importance of learning to love myself first. As lovely and exciting as romantic love is, there is still something to be said about being your own best friend and learning to...

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Seton Hall looking to get over the hump after falling short in 2018
Feb14

Seton Hall looking to get over the hump after falling short in 2018

Last season, Seton Hall found itself one win away from winning a Big East title for the first time since 2011.The Pirates fell just short of accomplishing that feat, but the groundwork for the 2019 season was laid in a season-ending loss to St. John’s in the Big East Championship game. Expectations surrounding the program are at an all-time high and rightfully so, as Seton Hall has the foundation in place to not only win the...

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IHS campus suffers water main damage from weather
Jan30

IHS campus suffers water main damage from weather

A water main break at the Interprofessional Health Sciences campus on Jan. 21 caused water damage to the west side of the building, which resulted in canceled classes the following two days. “PSE&G had a power interruption to the campus, which caused the building owner’s boilers to shut down,” John Signorello, Associate Vice President of Facilities Engineering and Business Affairs, said in an email. Due to the very low wind chills...

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