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Social media can ruin careers – except the president's
Female students offered rides by unknown man on campus
Students worried after social media rumor spreads
Application required to demonstrate on campus
COAR faculty motion to censure Interim Provost
Delta Upsilon to colonize in Spring 2018
Bias email sent to African Student Association
A&S faculty file motion of no confidence in interim provost
Professors should permit mental health days
Faculty challenge University on tenure denials
“Parks and Recreation” star talks about taking risks
In 2003, Ben Schwartz, a recent graduate of New York’s Union College, donned a suit and tie, printed 25 copies of his resume and strapped on his backpack in preparation for a long day in Manhattan.
Faculty and staff react to first woman interim president
Since being named interim president on March 23, Dr. Mary Meehan–who will become the University’s first female president–has received many “welcome” and “best of luck” messages.
Seton Hall names 2017 Woman of the Year
University states there’s ‘no worries’ about Esteban jumping ship
The initial statement by DePaul that Esteban had accepted the position as president of the Chicago-based Catholic university, took students and faculty by surprise.
An open letter to my pro-life father
Political discussion has become an unavoidable topic in my home since the election of President Donald J. Trump – especially since I am a liberal Democrat and my father a conservative Republican.
Student Government Association addressing issues with Muslim prayer space on campus
The Student Government Association (SGA) said that it is close to finding a new, more suitable space on campus for Muslim students to pray.
First-ever cardinal to be installed in Archdiocese
Campus poll shows students want Clinton
The Garden State could get a little greener
But with more and more states moving towards accepting recreational marijuana use, will New Jersey be far behind? Gov. Chris Christie’s second term ends next year and the citizens of the Garden State have the opportunity to elect a candidate who supports recreational marijuana use.