Transfer students find their home at the Hall
Apr20

Transfer students find their home at the Hall

For many of us, Seton Hall marks the beginning of students’ college lives. However, many transfer students have more recently made Seton Hall their home. Transferring gives students a fresh start, but the transition may not always be easy. Nicole Soto, a junior psychology major, transferred to Seton Hall a year ago after graduating from Union County College, a two year community college located in Cranford, N.J. Soto described the...

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Students speak out on language requirements
Jan25

Students speak out on language requirements

Language courses are a part of the core requirements in the Seton Hall curriculum. While almost everyone has to attend these classes, the question to ask is whether the classes are really helping the students learn these languages. In 1952, Seton Hall began to introduce Asian languages into the curriculum, creating a bridge between the students and the Asian speaking part of the world. According to Dr. DongDong Chen, the chair of the...

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