As the semester draws to a close, students are starting to get more into the holiday spirit on campus and beyond.
Seton Hall men’s basketball made their return to the Prudential Center—this time, with students and spectators to cheer them on.
With Thanksgiving approaching, students shared their favorite holiday traditions they look forward to each year.
The Student Government Association (SGA) announced through an Instagram post on Nov. 2 that it would be working with Seton Hall’s chapter of PERIOD to install free menstrual product dispensers in public bathrooms on campus.
Seton Hall students shared the ways they show appreciation for their loved ones during Thanksgiving and the holiday season.
Senior Valentino “Val” Petrarca became the first DJ in WSOU history to reach the 100-interview milestone this semester after four years with the Seton Hall-based radio station.
One of Seton Hall's newest organizations, The 14% Club, is here and ready to create a supportive space for aspiring Black lawyers.
Seton Hall students may find it hard to deal with grief while away at school, but those from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and the psychology department can help.
Students at Seton Hall express their concerns and frustrations with the growing difficulty to find parking on campus.
Paul “Paulie” Santoro, a professional “Rocket League” player and a member of Seton Hall’s esports team, is prepared for an ambitious esports season.
Now that October has begun, and the leaves have started to change, it is time to prepare for Halloween. One way to do so is to watch scary movies, and Seton Hall students shared five films they felt everyone should watch to get into the Halloween spirit.
Over the last year-and-a-half, the Seton Hall University community has had to deal with a host of obstacles to overcome the shift to online learning, the “Hyflex” in-person and online program last year, and the return to in-person learning this semester.
‘We don’t want Kristen to be forgotten,’ … how a Seton Hall women’s fraternity came together to turn the sudden death of their sister into a legacyBy Justin Sousa | Oct. 5, 2021
There has never been a good way to find out a friend, let alone someone you called a sister, had died suddenly. For the thought of this tragedy to fester for an entire day, though, is borderline torturous. However, for sisters of the Alpha Omicron Pi women’s fraternity at Seton Hall, Monday, Sept 20 was a day they will never forget.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, students shared what their heritage means to them and how they celebrate throughout the holiday. Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes and celebrates the influence of Hispanic Americans on the history, culture and achievements of the United States. The month of celebration and recognition starts on Sept. 15 and ends on Oct. 15.
As the Seton Hall community continue to adjust to fully in-person classes, there’s been a mix of opinions on how the semester has gone so far from students.
On Sept. 17, rapper Lil Nas X released his debut album “MONTERO,” and students shared their opinion on the artist’s newest collection of songs.
As of Sept. 17, there are 158 estimated active COVID-19 cases at Seton Hall University according to the University. Students and faculty received an email last week noting that the University is prepared to pivot to remote learning and stronger safety precautions if need be. Despite the uptick in cases, some students share that they are no longer scared of COVID-19.