Seton Hall’s fraternities and sororities came together for the biannual ‘Meet the Greeks’ event to spotlight the variety of multicultural organizations on Sept. 25.
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The Black Student Union, an organization that encourages the appreciation of Black culture, hosted their first-ever talent show on April 29.
After one month of fasting and taking time to reflect, Muslim students are preparing to finish celebrating this year’s Ramadan alongside the demands of being in college.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute held their first-ever annual scholar induction ceremony on Feb. 21.
Isabella Espana, a junior biology major, took the crown at “Ms. Philippines,” an annual cultural pageant hosted by Rutgers Newark and held at the Newark Symphony Hall on Jan. 28.
The Alpha Alpha Alpha Honor Society, also known as Tri-Alpha, held their second-ever induction ceremony on Dec. 9.
Sororities and fraternities of Seton Hall came together at the Prudential Center for the annual “Greek night” men’s basketball game on Nov. 16.
To help students relax after midterms season, the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted a mixed-level yoga class with rescue puppies on Nov. 11.
Filipino American History Month is celebrated during October to honor the culture and history of Filipino American people. The FLASH Dance Troupe, better known as FLASH DT, is a branch of FLASH, the Filipino League at Seton Hall, and provides a safe space for members of the Filipino community.
The class of 2022 has been through many ups and downs, with their last year as undergraduate students being the first primarily in-person school year since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Among this group is Paul Oburu, a computer science major, business owner, photographer, Pirates fan, and proud Seton Hall student from Kenya who hasn’t seen his family in three years due to COVID-19.
The new executive board of the Student Government Association devised a campaign to improve and raise awareness on students’ mental health.
With midterm exams upon us, and finals fast approaching, students shared their favorite ways to destress and practice self-care.
As the Seton Hall community continue to adjust to fully in-person classes, there’s been a mix of opinions on how the semester has gone so far from students.