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Professor talks faith, religion and film in book

In her new book, Catholic Literature and Film: Incarnational Love and Suffering, English and Catholic Studies professor Dr. Nancy Enright depicts a distinctive interpretation of watching films through a religious lens.


LGBTQ community talks about life on campus

When asked about how accepted they feel on campus, several students in same-sex relationships at SHU had mixed answers, ranging from good to bad. Each student who was interviewed, all in same-sex relationships, relayed stories of incidents where they felt deliberately unsafe or unaccepted on campus.


ASA explores cultural connections

The African Student Association (ASA) prides itself on reaching out to students who are interested in African culture and are accepting of any students who are willing to embrace the culture. Its mission is to teach students about the African culture.


Students speak out on language requirements

Language courses are a part of the core requirements in the Seton Hall curriculum. While almost everyone has to attend these classes, the question to ask is whether the classes are really helping the students learn these languages.


Seton Hall builds on history

SHU has changed in appearance over the years through various construction projects dating back to the initial plot of land in the 1860’s.


Professor featured on TEDx Talks

TEDx Talks, which are independent TED-like events that can be organized by anyone who obtains a free license from TED, feature local speakers presenting to local audiences.


College Republicans prepare for election

The Seton Hall College Republicans are getting the campus ready for the presidential election on Nov. 8 by holding informative meetings on the Republican parties candidate, Donald Trump.

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