The Student Nurses Association held a completely free health fair, in which students could receive basic medical check-ups, such as glucose screening, blood pressure checks, eye and ear screenings and more on Monday.
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The newly formed ad hoc committee met several times recently to create guidelines on how courses should be reviewed before added to the Arts & Sciences core curriculum; however, the committee has not reviewed any courses for submission to date.
The Aspiring Kindness foundation, founded in 2010, made its way to The South Orange Fire Department on Sunday, March 25, to give back to the fire fighters who risked their lives in the Boland Hall fire in 2000, and who continually risk their lives every day.
The Village of South Orange ranked No. 9 on MSN's real estate's list of top 10 college towns.
Seton Hall University is home to many brilliant minds, but two faculty members were recognized by the state of New Jersey for being particularly brainy.
The Student Government Association will investigate lowering the 24-hour wait time for students of Gourmet Dining Services Box Meal Program at its weekly meeting on Monday.
The National Bateman Public Relations Campaign Case Study Competition is focusing, this year, on raising awareness about childhood obesity.
In an effort to be more innovative, Seton Hall now requires all nursing majors to buy nursing e-book's instead of standard hardcover textbooks.
Seton Hall's college radio station, 89.5 FM WSOU, has teamed up with iHeartRadio to create a WSOU app for mobile listening.
Two Seton Hall students presented their research paper "The Barriers to Men in Nursing" at a male nursing conference in Lexington, KY.
A group of students spent the tail end of their break in El Salvador last week with the Division of Volunteer Efforts.
As finals approach, Seton Hall's faculty realizes the pressure that is put on students to do well on their exams, which is why Reading Day is given as a day away from the classroom.
A new initiative is being put into effect so that students will be able to be recognized for their leadership involvement on campus.
With finals just around the corner, some professors have changed the date of their finals, without much notice to students.
The Students Activities Board will be presenting an author and actor of CSI: N.Y. at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4th in the Jubilee Auditorium.
The department of mathematics and computer science and the department of psychology will be offering a Data Visualization and Analysis certification program for graduates and undergraduates next fall, according to a feature on the University website.
Two Seton Hall students recently created a website designed to allow students to connect and complete favors for one another.
While students at Seton Hall have complained about the amount of homework assigned in their courses, a majority have said they find themselves content or underwhelmed.
The high school class of 2011 across the United States received the lowest scores on record on the reading portion of the SATs, which may impact them negatively.
President Obama's new job bill for 2012, The American Jobs Act, leaves seniors at Seton Hall wondering how it will affect them in their job search next year.