University helps disabled students, but some buildings remain inaccessible
Jan20

University helps disabled students, but some buildings remain inaccessible

Students can be seen walking around campus, from Monday to Sunday, from McQuaid Hall to Jubilee Hall and while some are heading to classes, others are walking to attend extracurricular activities or heading out to dine at South Orange Village. With this many students coming in and out of campus and moving from building to building, one question comes to mind: how accessible is Seton Hall University? Maneuvering through campus can be a...

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Prohibited in dorms? Find Substitutes!
Oct07

Prohibited in dorms? Find Substitutes!

While Seton Hall University wishes to give students as much freedom as possible, there are many prohibitions on-campus especially in dorm rooms. The items banned in dorms are to ensure students’ safety. Some of the banned products include fireworks, broilers, hot plates, bed raisers and open coil appliances, but as the semester goes on, many students feel the need to have these items. “Some things which I really would love to have in...

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