Seton Hall does its part to ‘go green’ on campus
Sep22

Seton Hall does its part to ‘go green’ on campus

On average about half a ton of recyclable materials and 100 tons of waste are hauled off campus every month, according to a school-wide business affairs email. But for the environmentally conscious, out of sight does not necessarily mean out of mind. “The less we put in landfills, the more we repurpose, the better it is for the world,” environmental studies professor, Wanda Knapik said. “But before recycling we should think more about...

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SHU and Archdiocese collaborate for donations
Oct05

SHU and Archdiocese collaborate for donations

In anticipation of fall break, students can clear space in their rooms by donating used items on campus to help those in need located throughout New Jersey. Seton Hall and the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark (CCANNJ) collaborated in the placement of the donation bin outside Mooney Hall near the lower level entrances. John Westervelt, chief executive officer of Catholic Charities in Newark, stated his gratitude towards...

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