Tag Archive: competition

Aug 01

Ultimate Frisbee Club

In brief, the purpose of our club is to bring students together through an athletic game/sport which is easy to play and available to all. Ultimate Frisbee is a growing sport among the nation, and the majority of all schools have clubs/teams. This club has the goal of attending tournaments around various Universities; which will …

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Aug 01

STMPLS – St. Thomas Moore Pre-Law Society

St. Thomas More Pre-Law Society/Phi Alpha Delta promotes an interest in law and provides Pre-Law students with the opportunity to interact with other students interested in law. Peer advising can be extraordinarily helpful in getting to know the frequently confusing world of law related careers. The society hosts several events during the year, all aimed …

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Aug 01

SHUNA – Seton Hall United Nations Association

The Seton Hall United Nations Association is a club for students interested in international affairs. The club travels to conferences at different colleges and universities to compete in a debate type setting in order to resolve various international issues and problems (both fictional and real). In the past our students have brought an end to …

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Aug 01

Setonian Chess League

By joining the Chess League, you will learn the art of an ancient game and meet new people with similar interests. 

Aug 01

Mock Trial

Seton Hall Mock Trial is a competition-based activity wherein students participate in simulated courtroom trials. Students of various grade levels and majors act as both attorneys and witnesses on one or more Mock Trial teams. Every year, Mock Trial members compete against other college teams at the invitational and regional levels for the chance to …

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Aug 01

Math and Computer Science Club

The purpose of the Math/CS Club is to provide its members and, whenever possible, the Seton Hall University community with an education relating to mathematics and computer science. This is often done with programs that promote these interests including a series of lectures where students learn about various fields of mathematics, current research, and raise …

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