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The African Student Association (ASA) canceled its annual Fashion Show, an event that celebrates African fashion and culture, on Feb. 28 after facing several complications regarding the event’s planning process.
On Feb. 2, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl LIV at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The halftime show featured Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, and students shared their reactions to the performance.
On Nov. 17, Ivan Yorobe, a junior nursing and Catholic studies major, represented the Filipino League at Seton Hall (FLASH) at the Mr. Philippines pageant, which was held at Columbia University in New York.
The West Indian Student Organization (WISO) and Haitian Organization Promoting Education (HOPE) held their Taste of the West Indies event in the Chancellor’s Suite on Nov. 6.
In a world constantly buzzing with social interaction, proper communication is essential in daily life. We communicate everyday – whether it be through face-to-face interaction, social media messages, body language, you name it. We are a very social civilization.
On Oct. 11, the Rite Aid on South Orange Avenue, well-known to many SHU students, had officially become Walgreens.
On Sept. 23, the Veggie Society and the Philosophy Club hosted a lecture by Adam Lerner called “Are We All Selective Psychopaths? What Empathy Gaps Teach Us About Ethics.”
Good Bottle Refill Shop, New Jersey’s first zero-waste and refill store, officially opened on Sept. 20 in Maplewood.
Several nursing students take classes at the Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) campus in Nutley, N.J., and they shared mixed reviews about how they feel being separated from the rest of the SHU community in South Orange.
The Seton Hall Real Estate Club, which is in the process of launching this fall semester, seeks to teach students about pursuing real estate as a career and making investments in the real estate industry.
Every August, incoming freshmen are thrust into a new environment and some live by themselves for the first time. Current students shared tips and tricks on how to make their dorms their “home away from home.”
As the new academic year approaches, current University students shared five things they wish they knew before arriving at the Hall.
Seton Hall diplomacy graduate students shared what inspired them to pursue their master’s degrees, their experiences as a graduate student and future plans.
Seton Hall alumna Kerry McCann ’18 said she helps run the nonprofit organization, “Coats from Cullen,” to honor her late brother’s humanitarian efforts.
The Office of the Provost announced in an email on March 21 that Bernadette McVey, director of Academic Events, Initiatives and Planning, and Dr. Maureen Byrnes, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing, are joint recipients of this year’s Emma G. Quartaro Award.
The Habitat for Humanity student organization at Seton Hall spent their spring break building houses in Oklahoma City with the Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity.
Seton Hall students shared what Women’s History Month means to them and all the women who they find inspirational.
The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is celebrating its 50-year anniversary by holding a student leadership conference on March 22. Some EOP scholars shared how the program contributed to their successes.
Sometimes life just smacks you across the face, and everything lately seems to be going awry. You could be faced with a mountainous workload, personal life issues, or a challenge you just can’t overcome. A bunch of things keep going wrong, and suddenly your life is like a game of Jenga, and one more wrong move might make you want to fall to pieces.
Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on Black History Month, its significance and what it means to them.