The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) held a panel discussion on immigration and refugee issues on October 30 at Seton Hall University.
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While trees are usually not given much attention, the importance of having enough healthy trees cannot be understated. The Village of South Orange Environmental Commission and Seton Hall University’s Environmental Studies Program are collaborating to create an inventory of trees in South Orange. The Tree Identification and Inventory Project, or TIIP, hopes to determine the current state of the South Orange tree population as well as determine if and where tree maintenance is needed. The purpose of the project is to identify the types of trees in the area to see which species are invasive as well as to assess the health of the trees and their usage.
Health Services hosted a flu shot distribution event in the University Center on Sept. 24. The event was made possible with the help of students from the College of Nursing here at Seton Hall.