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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Student athletes need to care about their mental health
Jan23

Student athletes need to care about their mental health

Students and college athletes are being offered more resources for mental health than they ever have before. The stigma around mental health is being broken down, slowly, every day. A question that still arises, however, is why it’s so hard for student-athletes to get the help they need. Photo via Flickr/aaron.lee96 A 2016 study published to the BMJ Medical Journal showed that depression symptoms are present in a about a quarter of...

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Seton Hall hires Ciara Crinion as Women’s Soccer coach
Dec12

Seton Hall hires Ciara Crinion as Women’s Soccer coach

On Wednesday, Seton Hall announced the hiring of former Hartford assistant Ciara Crinion as its newest women’s soccer coach. Crinion has spent the past seven seasons working under head coach John Natale at Hartford, where the duo accumulated a record of 77-36-20, won four America East regular season championships and reached the America East Tournament final four times. “We are very excited to welcome Ciara to the Seton Hall...

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Pirates draw with Blue Demons
Oct06

Pirates draw with Blue Demons

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team drew, 1-1, with DePaul University on Saturday afternoon. The result moves the Pirates to 4-3-2, as they were coming off a tough loss to Creighton University. The beginning of the game was a defensive stalemate, as each team’s offense struggled to get shots. Each team was equally physical in the first 18 minutes as well, with DePaul receiving five fouls and Seton Hall receiving one. Seton Hall’s...

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Fall fashion takes over Seton Hall University
Sep19

Fall fashion takes over Seton Hall University

With sweater weather around the corner, fall is approaching and new fashion trends are developing. Seton Hall students shared some do’s and don’ts for fall fashion trends and a few “must-haves” for this season. Victoria Cardona, a junior finance and management major, listed some popular essential clothes and accessories for the fall and winter seasons. “Must-have clothes are blazers, big/chunky sweaters, black booties, silk skirts,...

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ARC offers finals help and stress relief
May02

ARC offers finals help and stress relief

Finals are never a fun time for anyone. As we near the final stretch, we all know how hard it can be cramming in every last bit of notes before our final exams. Luckily, Seton Hall offers an amazing outlet available to all students to help relieve your end of semester stress. The Academic Resource Center, (ARC) offers help to students. With student tutors, the ARC gives Seton Hall students an immediate resource to help students...

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FIFA, for once, take ethical stand to stop another anti-LGBT World Cup
Apr18

FIFA, for once, take ethical stand to stop another anti-LGBT World Cup

International soccer has too often been marred with scandal, ranging from bribery to match-fixing to prejudice. The latter of those three is particularly ridiculous, considering that soccer is a game played by everyone. It is the beautiful game primarily for the wheel of color, variety of religions and different sexual orientations that all share a common-ground with a love of the sport. That beauty is threatened by one of only two...

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McGlynn named women’s tennis head coach
Mar15

McGlynn named women’s tennis head coach

Kevin McGlynn has signed on as head coach for the Seton Hall women’s tennis program, taking over a Pirates squad which he also coached from 1991-96, Seton Hall announced Wednesday. McGlynn’s hiring comes after Riza Zalameda resigned, citing personal reasons. “We are excited that Kevin is returning to Seton Hall to lead our women’s tennis program,” Seton Hall athletic director Pat Lyons said in a press release. “He had terrific success...

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Professor to receive award for ‘hip-hop pedagogy’
Feb22

Professor to receive award for ‘hip-hop pedagogy’

Assistant Professor Edmund Adjapong has been selected to receive the New Scholar Creativity and Pedagogy 2017 Award from the University of Calgary, which praises educators who create innovative teaching methods and incorporate these practices in their teaching. Adjapong is an assistant professor of Education Studies who developed a teaching style that incorporates hip-hop. “Hip-hop pedagogy” incorporates music that highlights the...

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Philosopher gives one Hell of a talk
Feb17

Philosopher gives one Hell of a talk

On Feb. 12, Catholic philosopher and Central New Jersey native David Hershenov gave a talk to students on Hell. Hershenov talked about Hell and how it is unfair. Hershenov pointed out the traditional Catholic thinking of Hell, that once you are in, you can’t get out. Hershenov’s theory is that God will give you the chance to reconcile. You will be in purgatory for as long as it takes and only sent to Hell if God knows you will not...

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Defensive development: Angel Delgado now a dual asset
Jan24

Defensive development: Angel Delgado now a dual asset

Since breaking through as a freshman in the 2014-15 season, Angel Delgado has been a key cog in Kevin Willard’s offense for Seton Hall. The 6-foot-10 center possesses an imposing amount of physical strength in the post, which allows him to dominate almost any opponent down low and knock down a few quick buckets for the Pirates at any given time. So far in his collegiate career, Delgado has amassed 64 double-doubles. He also averages a...

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Pirates finish fall schedule with exhibition; Zalameda talks mindset entering hiatus
Oct29

Pirates finish fall schedule with exhibition; Zalameda talks mindset entering hiatus

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team faced off against LIU Brooklyn in an unscored exhibition on Saturday, playing singles and doubles matches in an attempt to stay sharp as both teams get set for a winter break before the season starts up again in January. To begin the action, both teams faced off in two separate matches of doubles. Melody Taal paired up with Michal Matson to begin doubles, while Krista Cerpina and Katie Kim made up...

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