As the summer comes to a halt, the chilly air rolls in to welcome the fall season and students are swapping their tank tops for jackets.
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The Netflix series “You” has fans rooting for the anti-hero in the fourth season of the psychological thriller. Produced by Berlanti Productions and others, developed by Greg Berlanti Sera Gamble, “You” has viewers raving about this two-part season premiered on Feb.9 and March 9, 2023. Penn Badgley (plays as Jonathan Moore) has caught viewers’ attention playing the role of an obsessive, murderous, stalker.
Tireless nights, dark circles forming under the eyes and a constant feeling of anxiousness are just three things that creep their way into mine and many other college students' lives while trying to migrate through the terrors of earning a degree.
With the new addition of Starbucks on campus, students shared their “go-to” drink orders at the popular coffeehouse.
Flags have always been a part of his life, and now they are a focal point of his college career as he runs around the basketball court every home game, lifting the crowd’s school spirit.
For some it can be seen as another topping on a hamburger, but for Seton Hall students it’s the perfect slice of getting involved around campus.
Along with the many places to eat in South Orange, the Village offers a variety of stores for students to shop at and enjoy.
Vode, a student-made rock band, creates a variety of music for listeners’ enjoyment, from live performances to popular music platforms.
The harsh winter season restricts students from doing many outdoor activities, but it allows them to explore all the winter fun South Orange has to offer.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, students shared what their heritage means to them and how they celebrate throughout the holiday.
Now that classes are fully in-person, students can showcase their fall fashion both on campus and in the classroom.