Stillman ranked as a top undergraduate program
Feb14

Stillman ranked as a top undergraduate program

The Stillman School of Business has been “riding a hot streak,” according to Poets & Quants (P&Q), which recently ranked Seton Hall’s business school as one of the top 10 Undergraduate Business Schools to Watch. Over the past year, the business school has jumped 22 spots from P&Q’s 2018 rating and is now regarded alongside other schools such as Boston College, Emory, University of California – Berkley, Babson,...

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SGA elects new student  life committee chair
Feb14

SGA elects new student life committee chair

Seton Hall’s Student Government Association (SGA) has selected a new Student Life committee chair, the recently appointed at-large senator Saveria Antonacci. Antonacci looks to build on the current momentum of Student Life’s initiatives while bringing a fresh perspective to the table.Antonacci, a sophomore diplomacy and international relations major, was elected vice-chair in October and gained further experience as the...

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Writer expresses love for family through poetry
Feb14

Writer expresses love for family through poetry

On Feb. 5, Angela Alaimo O’Donnell presented at the Poetry-in-the-Round speakers series in the Chancellor’s Suite. O’Donnell read excerpts from her published works to students and faculty at Seton Hall.According to her website, some of her publications include “Still Pilgrim,” “Moving House,” “Waking My Mother,” “Mortal Blessings” and “Flannery O’Connor: Fiction Fired by Faith,” which won first prize from the Association of Catholic...

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Diplomacy association unites to provide resources to students
Feb14

Diplomacy association unites to provide resources to students

The Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association (UDSA) is a student organization open to those majoring or minoring in International Relations and Diplomacy. Parker LaCourse, a junior diplomacy major and the president of the organization, said that UDSA focuses on networking opportunities and fostering professional development for its membership. Photo courtesy of Parker LaCourse “In addition to our focus, Dean Bartoli created this...

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Apple’s AirPods: Does it smell like broke in here?
Feb14

Apple’s AirPods: Does it smell like broke in here?

Apple’s latest craze, AirPods, has taken the campus of Seton Hall, as well as the world, by storm. Although released in December 2016, AirPods have seen a growth in popularity, becoming a big part of pop culture, as well as a well-known meme flooded across several social media pages. Adrian Chavez/Staff Photographer These wireless headphones were a common Christmas gift among students this year. One who received them was Jimmy Krause,...

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Valentine’s Day gifts on a budget: sweet deals for your sweetheart
Feb14

Valentine’s Day gifts on a budget: sweet deals for your sweetheart

Finding the perfect gift for one’s significant other on Valentine’s Day can be difficult, especially on a college student’s budget. Seton Hall students shared advice on creative gift ideas that deviate from the ordinary chocolates and roses. Various students offer sentimental couple gifts that say “I love you” while maintaining a college budget. Photo via Wikimedia Commons Couple’s Massage Olivia Martino, a senior communications...

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Students celebrate friendship with Galentine’s Day
Feb14

Students celebrate friendship with Galentine’s Day

Though Valentine’s Day is mainly focused on couples and relationships, some Seton Hall students shared their perspectives on how to have a great Valentine’s Day while being single. From hanging out with friends to having a normal day in the life, students showed that Valentine’s Day doesn’t always have to be focused on the romance. Merinda Gruszecki/Digital/Social Media Editor Movie Night Many single students said that Valentine’s Day...

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NJ Attorney General rebuffs proposed Title IX changes
Feb13

NJ Attorney General rebuffs proposed Title IX changes

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and Secretary of Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis submitted a formal opposition to the U.S. Department of Education over new proposed Title IX guidelines for colleges and universities putting New Jersey in the ranks of 19 other states with attorneys general opposing the rules. Photo via NJ.gov The proposal, which was put forth by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos last November, would...

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University amends policy on student protests
Feb13

University amends policy on student protests

Seton Hall’s executive cabinet revised the student demonstration policy a few weeks ago, which included the prohibition of indoor protests. This revision follows a protest campaign from Concerned 44 that utilized sit-in tactics at Presidents Hall. Renee Nunez/Staff Photographer Concerned 44 is a student activist group that “represents the marginalized student body at Seton Hall University,” according to the group’s Instagram page. The...

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Philosopher sees need for human organ markets
Feb06

Philosopher sees need for human organ markets

On Jan. 30, renowned philosopher James Taylor visited SHU to discuss the need for markets for human organs. The discussion, which was held in Bethany Hall, was part of the “Philosophers Speak” lecture series. Marie Leone/ Staff Photographer Taylor said he presents in these types of discussion panels roughly six to 12 times a year, mainly at universities and medical schools. He discussed how much safer it is to make the selling of...

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SHU weighs in on Super Bowl Halftime Show
Feb06

SHU weighs in on Super Bowl Halftime Show

Seton Hall students weighed in on the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show on Feb. 3 and provided mixed reactions on the performances. Video still via YouTube The Pepsi Halftime Show was a musical collaboration between the main act, Maroon 5, and rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi. The set list included a variety of songs such as, “Harder to Breathe,” “This Love,” “Girl’s Like You,” “Sicko Mode” and more. David Farrelly, a junior business...

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Theatre majors advance to final round of acting competition
Feb06

Theatre majors advance to final round of acting competition

Elizabeth McCole, a senior theater and communication major, and Andrew Cates, a junior theatre, music and art design major, recently made it to the final round of the Irene Ryan Acting Competition, where they performed against students from eight different states. Photo via Instagram @hallcommarts The competition commemorates the memory of Irene Ryan, a well-established actress in vaudeville, radio, film and on Broadway. Ryan is best...

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