Within the College of Communication and the Arts, Seton Hall has a music major program which offers a variety of educational paths to those who wish to study music.
The Theatre Council is set to perform “Men on Boats,” a feminist play written by Jaclyn Backhaus, in the Theatre-in-theRound this weekend.
The Community of St. John are campus ministers employed by the University that are made up of four members: Sister Gabriela, Sister Immaculata, Brother John and Father Philip-Joseph.
On Feb. 14, the School of Diplomacy hosted Eli McCarthy, professor of Justice and Peace Studies at Georgetown University. McCarthy led a conference on non-violent conflict (NVC) and how it can help people not only in diplomatic situations but also in everyday interactions.
The CommArts Honor Alumni Mentor Partners (CHAMP) is a mentoring program within the College of Communication and the Arts and the Career Center that works to prepare students for their chosen field by pairing them with Seton Hall alumni. This year, the program is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Every other Wednesday, Campus Ministry hosts a free grilled cheese lunch in the lower level of Boland Hall.
As Valentine’s Day nears, students may find time to show love not only to their significant others, but also themselves. According to GoodTherapy.com, self-care describes the actions one might take to improve mental and physical health.
This Valentine’s Day, many men will be expected to look sharp and to dress to impress. Whether a man is trying to wow his date and just be stylish, Seton Hall students shared their tips.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, some people will be preparing to take their significant other out for a special night, while others will spend a fun night with friends. Others will be trying to just ignore that the holiday is even happening. No matter what your plans are, an important question remains: is Valentine’s Day worth all this hype? Seton Hall students weighed in on this issue and shared their opinions on the holiday.
Students shared their thoughts on what they think are the biggest hits that started off the decade. Some find music to be a huge part of their daily lives and provided songs that they enjoy or top hits that get them in zone. “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd
On Jan. 29, the Department of Housing and Residence Life held its first-ever Tunnel of Oppression, providing individuals with an understanding of different ways in which people can be oppressed or disadvantaged.