The new year, for me, usually means watching everyone getting caught up in the frenzy of setting resolutions. I say watching because over the years I've found myself not needing to set a goal that will more or less be forgotten by mid-February.
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Nearly a ton of non-perishable foods was donated by Pirates at the "Stuff the Truck" event on Jan. 14.
The Alpha Phi Omega fraternity will be hosting the President's Volunteer Service Award for the fourth year at Seton Hall University in February.
While Seton Hall runs on Dunkin', students are divided about whether they do the same.
Due to a lack of classroom space, the University has recently been advocating for students to take online courses, according to the Provost Office.
Seton Hall's Students for Liberty will plan a demonstration to create awareness among students about the recent conflicts between Israel and the Palestinians at 2 p.m. on Thursday on the Green, according to SFL's President and founder Belal Behader.
Members of the Seton Hall community are lending a hand to help others in the wake of last week's storm.
New Jersey voters will decide on Election Day whether or not the state will grant colleges extra funding.
Meeting new people and knowing what and what not to say about politics, religion or even one's lifestyle is always a sensitive matter.
While the "public tuition rate" was heavily advertised to in- coming students, only 90 of this year's 1,450 freshmen were admitted through the program, ac- cording to Dr. Alyssa McCloud, vice president of enrollment management.
The third floor of Boland Hall had an outbreak of five thefts, yet the culprits are unknown. They occurred between Thursday, Sept. 27 and Saturday, Sept. 29, reported Public Safety.
People often ask me why I, a Californian, wanted to go to school so far away from home or specifically, "Why Jersey?" with the most condescending, bewildered tone. Please keep in mind that the person asking the question, 95 percent of the time, was a native of New Jersey.
The Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies will be offering a series of workshops dedicated to social media at Seton Hall starting Saturday, Sept. 22.
The Aspiring Kindness Foundation, a non-profit charity, sponsored a blood drive at the sixth annual free South Orange Health Fair on Saturday, Sept. 8 at the South Orange Fire Department.
Seton Hall University has recently become a more transfer-friendly school by matching the New Jersey STARS II grant starting this fall.
Melody & Tyler's first full-length album, "Breaking and Bending," is both soothing and spine-tingling. The Utah-based duet mixes elements of pop and country with all the goodness of acoustic rock to present a compilation of heart-wrenching songs.
The setting is present day South America. The star? A modern day Jesus Christ.
Neon Tree's "Picture Show" is no sophomore slump. With electro-pop like rhythms and synth-rock melodies, this Utah-based quartet stays true to their sound.
Heartwarming, quick-paced and generic – just some of the words one might use when describing "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax." The film, which opened on Seuss' 108th birthday, tells the story of Ted, voiced by Zac Efron, who singled-handedly brings trees back to a town that had completely rejected the idea of anything natural.
This year's award for Best Actress brings together a variety of outstanding performances, from first-time nominee Rooney Mara to Oscar favorite Meryl Streep. Viola Davis, Glenn Close and Michelle Williams fill out the ballot.