Council of Negro Women makes a comeback
Oct24

Council of Negro Women makes a comeback

The Imani Chapter of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) has made a comeback by participating in community recently service activities and empowering strong female figures after it nearly faded away in 2013. NCNW’s mission is to lead, advocate for and empower women of African descent, their families and communities. The club’s president, Kimani Key, a junior marketing major, explained the organization’s purpose. “Specifically...

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Community service should be a graduation requirement
Feb01

Community service should be a graduation requirement

Maryland is the only state that requires students to perform community service to graduate high school. While many states allow students to perform community service in exchange for credits toward graduation or even a special endorsement on their diploma, as of 2018, only one state made it a requirement. Every state should mandate students to complete community service to improve or help their community in some way. Though voluntary...

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SHU Alum: Where are they now? – Camelia Valdes
Jan18

SHU Alum: Where are they now? – Camelia Valdes

Camelia Valdes made history on May 16, 2009 when she accepted the position as Passaic county prosecutor by being the first Latina county prosecutor in New Jersey and the first lead prosecutor of Dominican ancestry in the United States. Born in the Bronx to Dominican immigrants and raised in Newark surrounded by crime, Seton Hall University class of 1993 alumna, Valdes was inspired by her experiences to become an advocate for justice...

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Resolve to give back this new year

Every January, people around the world make New Year’s Resolutions to give back to the community and be more charitable. Finding a place in need can be hard for students living on campus, but Seton Hall has programs that can help students who are looking to help. The Division of Volunteer Efforts, also known as D.O.V.E., is one of Seton Hall’s most prominent volunteering outlets. Through D.O.V.E, students can participate in weekly...

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