The Student Government Association’s Student Life Committee announced they are working on an initiative to create a daily women-only hour at the recreation center, according to Molly Cleary, who was committee chair until her resignation last week.
Seton Hall cross country head coach John Moon was honored earlier this semester with a USTFCCCA Hall of Fame induction. Coach Moon spoke to the Setonian about receiving the honor, what coaching has meant to him, and the pride of his 50-year career at Seton Hall.
The Pirates finally returned home to Prudential Center on Sunday after two games at the Fort Myers Tip-Off Tournament in Fort Myers, Fla. Those two games included a heartbreaking loss to Ohio State and a nail-biting win over #122 Kenpom ranked California.
No. 21 Seton Hall survive a resurgent Cal Golden Bears team to close out the Rocket Mortgage Fort Myers Tip-Off with a win.
No. 21 Seton Hall men's basketball suffered their first defeat of the season on Monday night in a 79-76 loss to Ohio State in their Fort Myers Tip-Off opener.
Seton Hall men’s basketball made their return to the Prudential Center—this time, with students and spectators to cheer them on.
One out of every eight public trees in South Orange is expected to die because of an invasive species, the village’s Shade Tree Committee said last week.
With Thanksgiving approaching, students shared their favorite holiday traditions they look forward to each year.
In 1989, Michigan took the NCAA National Championship in overtime over Seton Hall thanks to one of the most notorious and controversial foul calls in NCAA basketball history. In 2021, the Pirates finally got their chance for revenge.
The new Inter-Hall Council at Seton Hall hosted several events this semester, with more coming up soon.
The Student Government Association (SGA) announced through an Instagram post on Nov. 2 that it would be working with Seton Hall’s chapter of PERIOD to install free menstrual product dispensers in public bathrooms on campus.