On May 1, my time as Editor-in-Chief of The Setonian came to an end. Starting as a staff writer in 2019, I’ve spent as much time as anyone learning and writing about Seton Hall’s administration. Yet for four years, to maintain my personal objectivity, I’ve had to keep my opinions largely to myself.
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A group representing about a fifth of Seton Hall’s faculty is demanding changes from administration after releasing a report last week detailing the low pay of the University’s full-time and adjunct faculty.
The dean of Seton Hall Law will step down on Jan. 1, 2023, the University announced last week.
Libre Jones and her husband moved to the Ivy Hill neighborhood in Newark — just steps from Seton Hall’s campus — in early 2021. While they couldn’t afford a home in South Orange, Ivy Hill offered proximity to the suburbs, a good school system, and a quiet, neighborly community.
The University Center, once a hub of Seton Hall’s student life, will reopen in November after a lengthy renovation that has changed the shape of campus.
Seton Hall released a statement calling for “mutual respect and compassion” in the wake of the Supreme Court’s overturning of the federal right to an abortion.
Seton Hall will raise undergraduate tuition, room and board by 4.4 percent for the fall semester, the Office of the Chief Financial Officer announced in an email on June 20.
Protecting Pirates, a new group advocating for sexual assault survivors at Seton Hall, announced Wednesday their plans to protest outside the Farinella Gate on Sunday.
SHU Survivors endorses Jayde Dieu’s campaign for Student Government Association president, it announced Friday.
Two weeks after students returned to in-person classes, the University has reported a handful of COVID-19 cases as the surge caused by the omicron variant continues to decline nationwide.
Seton Hall will switch temporarily to remote learning for the month of January, a Thursday announcement from the Health Intervention Communication Team said.
All Seton Hall University community members will be required to upload proof of vaccination by January 14, according to a Thursday email from the Health Intervention and Communication Team.
One out of every eight public trees in South Orange is expected to die because of an invasive species, the village’s Shade Tree Committee said last week.
On Tuesday, voters in New Jersey will decide between incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy and his Republican challenger, Jack Ciattarelli.
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.
The University announced Thursday that it will require its employees, including student workers, to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination by December 8, and will require it for all students before the spring semester.
The Board of Regents approved a plan to restructure the University in a controversial decision that would merge Seton Hall’s nine schools and colleges into seven to reduce administrative costs, the Office of the Provost announced on Sept. 28.
A student died Monday after suffering a medical emergency in Neumann Hall.
Seton Hall’s ranking by the annual U.S. News and World Report rose six spots in the 2022 ranking, up from No. 133 best university in the United States to No. 127.
For the first time in months, University COVID-19 cases increase drastically