Alpha Kappa Psi, the co-ed professional business fraternity, raised over $4,600 at their second annual “5K for Autism Acceptance” at South Mountain Reservation this past Saturday, according to their philanthropy chair.
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Which side are you on? Tupac Shakur or Notorious B.I.G? Taylor Swift or Kanye West? When it comes to music, many rivalries exist. No matter which side fans are on, there is one common enemy: Ticketmaster.
Gaten Matarazzo discussed “Stranger Things,” Broadway and beyond on Oct. 13 at SHU Speaks, a Q&A event hosted by the Student Activities Board.
Aly & AJ and GrooveBoston performed at ONWARD, Seton Hall’s first spring concert since 2019, on March 25.
Instead of relying on dating apps to find a valentine, Seton Hall students can once again utilize the “Love Boat @ SHU” dating survey this year through their new website.
Seton Hall students may find it hard to deal with grief while away at school, but those from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and the psychology department can help.
Seton Hall and the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted Sal Vulcano of truTV’s “Impractical Jokers” in its first live, on-campus event in over a year on Aug. 17.
Seton Hall’s Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted BJ Novak, an actor most prominently known for his role in “The Office,” for a virtual comedic conversation and Q&A on April 30.
Despite COVID-19 continuing to affect the country, many Seton Hall students who were attending class remotely in the fall have moved back to campus this semester.
Seton Hall women who are interested in learning how to program in a low-stress, supportive environment can join Girls Who Code.
Although the coronavirus has altered or held back many typical fall activities, there are still some that Seton Hall students can participate in outdoors to fully immerse themselves in the season.
Many dream about becoming the CEO of their own company after college, but Christopher Yangello, a freshman business undecided major, already did so before he even graduated high school.
Seton Hall University will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month online from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15., due to COVID-19.
Although it may seem that everything can be found on Wikipedia, this is not necessarily the case, as many people find women artists underrepresented in comparison to male artists on the popular website.
The IT Department has been taking extra measures to maintain the security of Seton Hall’s data and devices.
Now that it is February, the added stress of having less than two weeks to find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift is affecting people everywhere.
Although Seton Hall is a Catholic university, the school embraces the different cultures and backgrounds of students. This is what influenced Camile Teajman, a junior political science major, to start SHU’s Hindu Student Council.
High school seniors typically do not usually have “start a business” on the top of their to-do lists, but this was not the case for RoseMary Stanchak, who won last year’s High School Pirate’s Pitch.
The Alpha Nu Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity has a new initiative, “Feed the Streets,” in which the brothers collect non-perishable, non-expired canned food and water to give to local food pantries feeding Newark residents in need. The fraternity placed cardboard boxes as donation bins near the entrances of residence halls.
Most people start to think about fall when the leaves begin to change and the air turns crisp, but for Starbucks and Dunkin’, fall begins in late August with the arrival of their signature pumpkin spice lattes, commonly known as PSLs.