Oosterwyk is a graduate student at Seton Hall University who is also on the swim and dive team. He is the co-creator of a podcast for WSOU Sports called “Pirates Overboard,” which is about student athletes and their Seton Hall experience and story as a whole.
Putting in a load of laundry to wash, loading the dishwasher, teaching students journalism, and spending time drafting articles for various publications as a freelance writer - this woman can do it all.
The holiday of love is right around the corner and students are revealing their favorite in-town plans for Valentine’s Day.
The day of the year covered in hearts: heart-shaped candy boxes, balloons and that one heart chalk candy with loving commitments smudged and unreadable. Valentine’s Day is the day those in a romantic relationship show their partner just how much they mean to them.
Dr. Matthew Pressman, assistant professor of Journalism, will be writing, researching and interviewing for his new book about the New York Daily News while on his Spring 2024 sabbatical.
Following its initial open discussion, the Palestinian Student Association hosted its second conversation to discuss the ongoing situation in Palestine on Dec. 7.
Amid the current crisis in Palestine, Muslim students at Seton Hall came together for a night of family and friends, diverse cuisines and speeches from guest speakers.
The Muslim Student Association and the Palestinian Student Association, along with other Muslim student organizations, hosted Dua’a Night for Palestine, a display of solidarity and commitment to raising awareness about the ongoing Palestinian struggle on Nov. 7.
Professor Melinda Papaccio, of the English and CORE departments at Seton Hall University, lost her eldest son to addiction on Sept. 22, 2018. On Thursday, Nov. 9, she got to celebrate not only his life but the lives of many others who have fallen to the same disease when the Black Poster Project was brought to Seton Hall’s University Center, the epicenter of student activity on campus.