Seton Hall’s Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted BJ Novak, an actor most prominently known for his role in “The Office,” for a virtual comedic conversation and Q&A on April 30.
Recently opening in South Orange, the Juice Hub provides a selection of healthy juices, smoothies and other vegan dishes.
Following yet another successful season, the Brownson Speech and Debate Team made it to the National Forensic Association National Tournament this year.
Rea Ann Silva, the founder and CEO of Beautyblender, visited Seton Hall virtually as part of the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute’s Distinguished Speaker Series on April 14 to discuss female entrepreneurship in the Latinx community.
After more than a decade since Taylor Swift released her album,“Fearless,” the singer released a re-recorded version of the album causing many students to reminisce about memories of listening to her album in their younger years.
New York rapper, songwriter and actor Earl Simmons, also known as “DMX,” died on April 9 after an alleged drug overdose.
Lil Nas X’s new music video, “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” and new sneaker releases has stirred up controversy after making several references to the devil.
“Dancing with the Devil,” Demi Lovato’s four-part series airing exclusively on YouTube, provides a personal look into the singer’s struggles of addiction, eating disorders, mental health and her near-death experience from an overdose on July 24, 2018.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect a number of industries, however, one industry continues to prevail - the music industry. Artists, like Lana Del Ray, Drake, Justin Bieber and others have recently released new singles and albums. Here is some new music that Seton Hall students are currently enjoying:
Ariana Grande will be the newest addition to the cast of NBC’s singing competition show, “The Voice,” replacing Nick Jonas as a judge for the show’s 21st season.
With spring kicking into full swing across the country and health officials encouraging individuals to hold events outdoors when possible due to the coronavirus pandemic, Seton Hall students are trying to make the most of the warmer weather.
With Hollywood back to work, several new TV shows and seasons are hitting the airwaves and topping the charts. As students sit back and binge-watch their favorites, here some of their recommendations that they said are a must-watch this spring:
In 1987, the U.S. Congress passed legislation that forever marked March as a commemoration to women’s history, tribulations and successes. This month, Seton Hall students reflected on the women in their lives.
A pair of freshmen are partnering with Having Appreciation in Realness (HAIR) and the Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) for a drive to obtain resources and hair supplies for local communities.
Comedian and television show host Trevor Noah hosted the 63rd Grammy Awards on March 14. Though the show hit a record low of 8.8 million viewers, Seton Hall students responded to the best and worst moments of the night in performances, fashion and winners.
The Seton Hall Career Center is gearing up for a three-day virtual career fair starting on March 23 to help students prepare for interviews and job hunting through several workshops.
When former Cabrini Hall resident Trent Miller received an email from Seton Hall on Feb. 8 telling him he was needing to vacate his dorm, he said he was blindsided and frustrated by the University’s decision..