UpliftSHU is a student-run mental health club that upholds their tenets of mindfulness, community and empowerment, according to their Instagram.
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Gender reveal parties have become a modern tradition for many. Seton Hall students have mixed feelings about this trend, however, especially after a recent gender reveal party is to blame for a California wildfire.
The Seton Hall cafeteria has undergone a complete transformation this semester as part of the University’s efforts to make the dining hall safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” has dominated social media platforms and conversations for weeks. Viewers have become infatuated with the eccentric Joe Exotic, his conflict with Carole Baskin and the wild world of tiger owners in the United States.
A social work major who met with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy last month is using her academic research to tackle issues in the United States and Haiti.
Andrew Zoltowski, a senior accounting major, and Michael Gallucci, a junior public relations major, are students by day and half of a rock band by night.
La Villa Mexican and Salvadoran Food, located on 261 Irvington Ave., is a new Mexican-Salvadoran restaurant offering “authentic and fresh” cuisine with a 10% discount for students.
An Instagram account hopes to send Seton Hall Pirates on a treasure hunt for gold.
Last week, Instagram started expanding its testing of private like counts to some accounts in the United States.
At the beginning of November, one may notice many clean-shaven faces gracing SHU’s campus. Notably, at the end of this month, one may also notice many cavemen walking the Green.
The fifth annual Seton Hall International Film Festival is in full swing this fall. Sponsored by the Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department and the Office of International Programs, the festival features 11 films from 11 different countries and will be shown throughout October and November.
As the spooky season rolls in, it’s that time of year when students cuddle up by their laptops and binge watch some television shows.
After more than 10 years since it ceased production, Seton Hall’s yearbook, “The Galleon,” is being brought back to life.
On Sept. 12, the Walsh Gallery celebrated the opening of its newest exhibit called “Mounds, Piles & Massings.” The exhibit, which opened on Sept. 9, was curated by South Orange artist Greg Leshé in collaboration with the Pierro Gallery of the South Orange Village.