THE PIRATE

Mock Trial Season Successful Despite Disappointment

Nick Pulice '19, Editor-In-Chief

April 9, 2019

On March 20, the mock trial team held their end-of-season party at Star Tavern in Orange, NJ. Looking back, this season was both a promising and a disappointing one at the same time. The team received the case in the beginning...

Humanities Visits The Guggenheim

Evan Puhala '19, Contributor

April 8, 2019

On March 21, the Humanities Seminar class, led by their teacher, Mr. Siedler, took a field trip to New York City to observe and study art in multiple forms. This particular trip, the third such endeavor to the city that the so-called...

SHP Skiers Visit Vermont

Andrew Gitto ‘21, Staff

February 25, 2019

Many of the students here at SHP cannot stand the cold weather that winter brings each year.  The only thing many of them get excited about in the winter is the chance of a potential snow day.  SHP’s Ski Club loves the wint...

Mr. Brunkhorst Joins Prep Faculty

Colin Sedlazik '22, Contributor

February 19, 2019

As the first two months of school at Seton Hall Prep have come to a close and the students have transitioned from summer to fall.  The returning students have come back and settled in, or in the case of freshman, they have finally...

The Pirate Goes Online

Nick Pulice '19, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2019

The digital age has changed so much in our world today. Many thriving businesses of the past have fallen behind in today’s economy. Examples can be seen everywhere, something as simple as cable companies losing customers to st...

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