Spring Musical Man of La Mancha Approaches

Gabe Ferriero '21, Contributor

February 27, 2020

As the second trimester comes to an end and the days grow warmer, so come the many exciting facets of spring: driving with the windows down, spring break vacations, and of course, the spring musical! This year, the school is...

Video Game Streaming Is No Longer Just a Hobby

Jack McDermott '21, Contributor

February 27, 2020

Video games have grown in popularity over the past couple of years. The rise of video games popularity inspired the idea of streaming. Streaming the activity in which a video game player live streams the game he or she are playing,...

Getting the Help We Need

Ryan Bodnar '22, Contributor

February 27, 2020

As we begin Trimester exams, the schedule offers us a lot of time to seek help from teachers for help. As a student with a learning disability, I use this time to study and meet with my teachers. When I was looking at schools...

March Madness Is about to Invade SHP

Will Giarusso '22, Contributor

February 27, 2020

The countdown to March Madness has begun. It is known as one of the best sports months of the year. Selection Sunday is set to happen on March 15 and the championship is set for April 6 and its shaping up as a crazy month with...

Instagram Envy Is Real

Jack McDermott '21, Contributor

February 19, 2020

In this day and age Instagram Envy is a very real thing. When people go on social media they look to see what others are doing, and they can become obsessed with a life that isn’t their own. Whether the obsession becomes as drasti...

Prepsters Offer Assistance at OLS

Rhys Williams '21, Contributor

January 30, 2020

When the bell rings at 2:45, the corridors at Seton Hall take on a distinct nature. Throngs of students, freed from the day’s work and entranced by their own chatter, course the halls with quickened gaits and disjointed pathways, ...

Celia Cruz Inspired Through Salsa

Ronak Shetty, Editorial Writer

December 19, 2019

The majority of Americans think that salsa is a spicy tomato dipping sauce for tortilla chips. Perhaps, the more interesting meaning of the word refers to a genre of a vibrant dance that originated in New York. Salsa, performed...

Meet Colin Flaherty ’20

Andrew Gitto, Editor-in-Chief

December 12, 2019

The basketball season is just about to get underway and I had the chance to interview the starting point guard for the Pirates’ Varsity team, Colin Flaherty '20. Colin has been playing basketball since he was in the second...

Mr. Larry Kupferman Joins Faculty

Rhys Williams '21, Contributor

December 12, 2019

Last year, SHP experienced a faculty “exodus” as many long-serving teachers bid a well-earned, if not bittersweet, farewell to their career at the Prep. Nowhere was this retirement surge felt more greatly than in the Theology...

Mr. McGlone ’14 Returns to The Hall

Stephen Christopher '21, Contributor

December 12, 2019

Brendan McGlone, graduate of the Class of ‘14, has returned to The Prep to join the English office after spending much time teaching abroad in Rome, sharing his love for Latin, guitar, and ultimate frisbee with the Prep community. Mr....

The Prep Gets a New Neglia

Andrew Villaruel '22, Contributor

December 12, 2019

Taking on your first career job can be frightening, challenging, or exciting for any person. For the case of SHP’s new band teacher Mr. Neglia, son of the previous band conductor Mr. Neglia senior, he would describe it as...

Students React to the Enrichment Block

Bryan Rivera '21, Contributor

December 12, 2019

The Enrichment block at Seton Hall Prep is a new aspect of the school, and students are giving mixed reactions to it. On Fridays, students have an hour for this period. Two days prior to this hour-long Enrichment block, there...

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