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Seton Hall University hosts Points of PRide Annual Event

  In a combined effort from the Career Center, Alumni Relations, and the Public Relations Student Society of America Seton Hall Chapter, the Points of PRide Annual Event will be held April 3 at 7 p.m. in the Jubilee Hall Atrium at Seton Hall University. Points of PRide (formerly known as ROPE) is a networking event… Continue reading Seton Hall University hosts Points of PRide Annual Event

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What’s Next? The Communication Plan of Action for President Esteban’s Departure

Lisa Demytrk and Megan Miller   Campaign Statement: Ensure understanding and acceptance of President Esteban’s move to DePaul University. Publics: SHU Students, SHU community, DePaul community, Academic community SHU Students Goal: Communicate the situation clearly and open lines for feedback and concerns. SHU Community Goal:  Communicate transitional plans in order to reassure the publics and solidify… Continue reading What’s Next? The Communication Plan of Action for President Esteban’s Departure

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Seton Hall Announces Departure of President Esteban

On Thursday, Feb. 16, Seton Hall University announced that President Esteban would be leaving the school to become the next President of DePaul University in Chicago. Some students seemed very upset by this, Esteban was a generally well-liked president. However, some students (including myself) were upset about how the university handled this news, among other… Continue reading Seton Hall Announces Departure of President Esteban

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Opportunities for Seton Hall University

Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban, It has come to my attention that Seton Hall is struggling to establish itself as a valid source of academic critique. We have many professors here who are brilliant and would benefit the academic world with their knowledge and expertise. One way I believe we can build recognition of our academic… Continue reading Opportunities for Seton Hall University

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Collaboration in Journalism

Collaborative journalism is the practice of sharing and developing ideas and content. This is done by amateur and professional journalists without having a “parent” organization overseeing them. Each person brings something to the table and this allows people to write better and more informative news stories. One best practice in collaborative journalism is crowdsourcing. Jeff… Continue reading Collaboration in Journalism