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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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
A new student organization regarding gun control is beginning to form on campus, with the intention to educate and protect community members, Student Government Association Senator Ishan Sharma said.
Student Services announced their launch of a new suicide prevention website during the Student Government Association Town Hall on Monday.
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.
The Student Government Association released a statement on Oct. 5, expressing “grave solidarity towards the citizens who are outraged and frightened” in Iran over the recent protests and killings within the country.
The Student Government Association (SGA) launched its Gender Equity Committee on Sept. 19 in response to the “not prioritized” treatment of women on campus.
The Student Services department paid a visit during Monday’s Student Government Association meeting and spoke about future advancements in security and the current COVID-19 protocol.
The United States Ambassador to the United Nations spoke with students of the school of Diplomacy and International Relations Tuesday April 12 about current foreign policies such as the Russia-Ukraine war, climate change in developing countries, and COVID-19 vaccine accessibility.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres will be the keynote speaker for the university’s upcoming baccalaureate commencement ceremony on May 24, the Office of the Provost announced Monday morning.
The Student Government Association swore in a new at-large senator Monday, Feb. 7, as a result of the special elections held on Thursday, Feb. 3.