Seton Hall’s 21st President Dr. Joseph Nyre announced his sabbatical for the 2023-24 academic year on July 24, after which he will relinquish his position.
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Some University administrators and faculty members received an anonymous email earlier today that threatened violence on the South Orange campus.
Bryan Crable, a writer and professor of communication and rhetorical studies at Villanova University, was named as the Founding Dean of the College of Human Development, Culture and Media, Interim Provost Erik Lillquist announced in an email on Tuesday afternoon.
The protest to save Africana Studies wrapped up on May 8 after 11 representatives of Protect AFAM met with University administration multiple times.
On Tuesday morning, students passing by the Green may have noticed a small group that was filming an individual. They had the camera pointed at a specific angle to fully capture the University Center as a background.
Africana Studies protestors have blocked off both the South Orange Avenue and Ward Avenue entrances this afternoon on campus.
A campus-wide email was sent out tonight with a message from University President Dr. Joseph Nyre regarding today's demonstrations on campus.
A protest in support of saving Africana Studies broke out at noon today on the Green.
The Student Government Association (SGA) saw only one presidential candidate for the 2023-2024 term, in a quiet election season without a debate and with traditional campaign events cancelled.
It was around 7:00 p.m. on Nov. 28, 2022, and Seton Hall’s new and improved University Center had finally opened its doors after an 18-month long renovation. Inside, the sounds of excited chatter and hurried footsteps filled the air. Students, staff, faculty, administration, benefactors and guests were lined up to enjoy some hot chocolate and cookies. The Center was fresh, new, and beautiful–and decorated for Christmas.
“What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger”: One year since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian invasion
On Feb. 23 of last year, 22-year-old Ukrainian graduate student Martha Akimova wrapped up a dance practice session with her friend in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital.
In April of 2022, I was diagnosed with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, better known as ADHD. For this, I take a medication called Vyvanse, which, in short, helps me “function normally” in society. I have prescription insurance so that I can afford it.
Vatican official Christophe Pierre addresses those struggling with religious identity in lecture at Seton Hall
Archbishop Christophe Louis Yves Georges Pierre, the apostolic nuncio to the U.S., gave a lecture on Feb. 1 in the University Center addressing U.S. policy along with religious identity.
“Solutions through solidarity, sustainability, and science:” Seton Hall hosts U.N. General Assembly President Csaba Kőrösi
Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi of Hungary, the President of the 77th U.N. General Assembly, gave a lecture at the University Center on Thursday regarding the U.N.’s prior accomplishments and future endeavors.
The new and improved University Center opened its doors on Monday night, following a ribbon cutting ceremony held in front of the main entrance.
The new University Center, which is set to finally open its doors on Nov. 28, comes with countless upgrades, from all entrances and doors being easily accessible to a massive crucifix.
The Student Government Association held an impeachment hearing for their Public Relations chair on Monday after what SGA President Jayde Dieu called a “direct display of dishonesty.”
President Nyre says he got “a little emotional” about University Center renovations at controversial State of the University address on Friday
University President Dr. Joseph Nyre said that he got “a little emotional” while touring the new University Center during his State of the University address on Friday.
The Student Government Association announced a new Finance Committee chair on Monday in response to budget request issues brought up during the SGA Town Hall.
The University announced the opening of a new satellite space and welcome center within Newark’s Gateway Complex, according to an Inside the Hall news release sent out Monday.