The University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) announced the addition of three new faculty members on Jan. 19 to provide psychiatric services for students across all campuses.
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“Solutions through solidarity, sustainability, and science:” Seton Hall hosts U.N. General Assembly President Csaba KőrösiBy Emma Thumann | Jan. 28
Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi of Hungary, the President of the 77th U.N. General Assembly, gave a lecture at the University Center on Thursday regarding the ...
An investigation into financial irregularities at Seton Hall Law uncovered a “series” of embezzlement schemes that cost the University nearly a million ...
The senior guard notched her 8th career 30-point performance with 35 points and dished 5 assists.
College students throughout the nation, including many at Seton Hall, can no longer utilize President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan after a federal judge in Texas blocked the program on Nov. 11, calling it “unlawful.”
Dre Davis led all scorers with 15 points in the dominant victory for The Hall.
With the jumpstart of the spring semester, students prepare for their variety of classes and time dedicated to the Seton Hall community.
In response to our Nov. 15 story on flooding in the Ivy Hill neighborhood of Newark and an op-ed on the subject by a Seton Hall faculty member published on Nov. 28, the University issued the following response and requested its publication by the Setonian.