Former New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern, who led her country through the worst terrorist attack in its existence by passing gun-control laws and a model covid lockdown program that saved thousands of lives, is finding new life in the U.S. However, she has been met with mixed reactions from the Seton Hall community about the legacy she left behind as a female leader.
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The Student Government Association’s Student Life Committee announced they are working on an initiative to create a daily women-only hour at the recreation center, according to Molly Cleary, who was committee chair until her resignation last week.