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.
The speech-language pathology major at Seton Hall is a 4+2 dual degree program. Students can get their master’s degree in speech-language pathology while also receiving a bachelor’s degree in either elementary and special education or psychology.
Sakina Nathoo, a freshman elementary and special education major, has created an art business set on donating a majority of the proceeds to impoverished communities around the world.
On Aug. 1, 2018, musical.ly and TikTok united to create “the world’s number one go-to destination for short-form video content.”
Although Seton Hall is a Catholic university, the school embraces the different cultures and backgrounds of students. This is what influenced Camile Teajman, a junior political science major, to start SHU’s Hindu Student Council.
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.
Munchie’s, located on 307 Irvington Ave., is an establishment with an extensive array of authentic Jamaican dishes such as Jamaican patties, jerk chicken and oxtail.
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.
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.
Christmas is around the corner and students have given more attention to one famous figure that the holiday has come to love: Santa Claus.
With the semester coming to an end, many Seton Hall students are not only looking forward to the end of exam week, but also the celebration of Christmas as they prepare to go home for winter break. Students shared some things they do to get in the holiday spirit.