The final exam schedule was late coming out this year because of complications with the new class schedule, according to Mary Ellen Farrell, University Registrar.
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A policy that really bothers me about Seton Hall is the fact that administrative offices have off for holidays, such as President's Day, but the rest of the school still has to go to class.
A reminder was sent out to students on Wednesday about the installation of the new Owen T. Carroll Field scoreboard from Facilities and Operations.
Because Aquinas Hall will be under construction next year due to renovations, upperclassmen are being asked to apply to live there for a 20 percent housing discount, according to Vice President of Student Services Tracy Gottlieb.
Construction going on next to the Arts & Sciences building, alongside the back entrance to the cafeteria.
A recent Pirate Alert was sent out saying that the robbery that occurred last week was a false crime report.
Some of the 8 a.m. classes were canceled this semester due to lack of student enrollment, according to University Registrar Mary Ellen Farrell.
A Seton Hall student was robbed on Tuesday at 9 p.m. while walking on South Orange Avenue, according to a Public Safety Alert that was sent out via email to all SHU students.
The third annual Seton Hall University Venture Fund Competition, Pirates Pitch 2013, is back and prize money is double this year, according to the Director for Entrepreneurial Studies Susan Scherrik.
As Seton Hall students return from break, the news is spreading that on Jan. 1, 2013, the local South Orange bar Cryan's Beef and Ale House permanently closed its doors.
If you are a fan of WSOU, you may have heard the name "Type A" or DJ Angie Szani, who now is the winner of The International Radio Festival (IRF) 2012 "Best US College DJ."
Founder and President of Students for Liberty Belal Bahader said last Thursday's demonstration to raise awareness about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was great.
As the lamp posts were lit with holiday lights and a light layer of snow covered the University Green, friends and family of the Seton Hall community huddled around SHU's annual Christmas tree, waiting for its luminous glow.
As much as I like the little things about Seton Hall, such as the nice landscaping and the cute little town of South Orange that surrounds it, the real reason why I am here is because of the great programs and opportunities Seton Hall provides for me.
When a student has to be transported to the hospital the ambulance comes and takes them away, but no one really ever wonders how these students get back to campus.
Renovations to the Richie Regan Athletic Center are progressing and according to the Vice President of Administration Dennis Garbini and Associate Vice President of Facilities John Signorello, the first stage of the renovations will be completed sometime this spring.
On the first day of senior registration, Monday, the server crashed as soon as registration opened at 9 a.m. and again on Wednesday when juniors tried to register.
Student registration has been pushed back again, to Monday, Nov. 12.
For students wondering when library hours will be permanently extended to a 24/5 schedule, SGA said it is working to do this, according to SGA President Joseph Donato.
GrooveBoston ended with a few transports to the hospital and an arrest, but according to Assistant Director of Public Safety Patrick Linfante, the event is still seen as a success.