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SHU gears up for Black History Month

Several organizations on campus are gearing up to celebrate Black History Month with a variety of events, panels and activities to honor past and present figures in the black community and discuss pressing issues.


Netflix and chill during this cozy winter season

As winter days become colder and colder, time on the couch or in bed with one’s favorite snacks while you load up Netflix happen more and more. Each year brings in a new set of shows or movies that make hours feel like minutes. Seton Hall students share some of their favorite shows to take a look at this year.


Hot tips for blazing environmental problems

The wildfires that are blazing in Australia are the latest in a rapidly growing list of natural disasters. Wanda Knapik, professor of the Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Program, educates her students daily on how they can save the environment.


Disney Plus brings old and new shows to light

Disney Plus launched on Nov. 12 in America, Canada and the Netherlands. It is a streaming service which allows viewers to watch old and new Disney shows and movies. Some find the service a gift to people who continue to love Disney and wish to be able to watch the shows and movies from their childhood.


Former Nickelodeon star Keke Palmer visits SHU

On Nov. 21, Seton Hall’s Student Activities Board (SAB) welcomed actress, singer and current talk show host Keke Palmer for the latest lecture in the SHU Speaks discussion series. The talk consisted of a moderated discussion and a Q&A with students in the audience.

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