With New York City being just a thirty-minute train ride away, many Seton Hall students wanting to visit must now follow safety guidelines and procedures due to the pandemic.
Seton Hall economics majors and faculty gave insight into what made them choose this course of study, what pursuing the major entails and how it will help them post-graduation.
With the arrival of autumn, many food establishments have transitioned to seasonal menus, letting fall fanatics indulge in their favorite seasonal treats. From pumpkin spice lattes to the classic apple pie, here’s what Seton Hall students had to say about their fall food and drink picks.
Despite restrictions put on them by COVID-19, the Seton Hall theatre program has prepared a production of Edgar Lee Masters’ “Spoon River Anthology—Spoon River Revisited.”
The “new normal” ushered in by COVID-19 has made Seton Hall’s clubs and organizations adjust and change the way they conduct their meetings and events. One of these on-campus organizations is SHUSaba, Seton Hall’s student South Asian Fusion dance team.
UpliftSHU is a student-run mental health club that upholds their tenets of mindfulness, community and empowerment, according to their Instagram.
Wearing masks, following social distancing guidelines and adhering to safety measures, Seton Hall students employed in the food service industry shared what it’s like to be in their shoes during COVID-19.
One of the long-standing traditions across many college campuses—including Seton Hall—is Greek life. As events take place online due to the pandemic, some freshmen said they have become torn on whether they should join Greek life this year.
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion made her debut performance on the Season 46 premiere of “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) on Oct. 3, where she raised awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement and the protection of Black men and women.
Recruiting and initiating members into Seton Hall’s Greek life is normally a time filled with face-to-face contact and social interaction, but due to the pandemic this year's events will have to take place through an increasingly familiar medium—online.
There is a common piece of advice most Seton Hall students have heard about South Orange Avenue: when exiting the front gates of campus, “turn left, not right.”
Students and faculty shared what it was like to be in the criminal justice program at Seton Hall.
Now that fall is here, Seton Hall students are showing off the season’s latest styles through fashion and makeup.
Despite the limitation on in-person meetings due to COVID-19, Seton Hall’s peer tutors are continuing to serve their students remotely and finding new ways to connect with them.
Despite the changes brought to this fall semester from COVID-19, Seton Hall’s peer advisers are continuing to help the freshman class transition into college life smoothly.
Apple released the iOS 14 software update on Sept. 16, bringing a fresh new look with novel features to the iPhone.
Gov. Phil Murphy permitted the reopening New Jersey movie theaters on Sept. 4, and some Seton Hall students expressed mixed feelings about catching the latest blockbusters in the midst of a pandemic.
Although the coronavirus has altered or held back many typical fall activities, there are still some that Seton Hall students can participate in outdoors to fully immerse themselves in the season.
Awards season kicked off with the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 20, honoring television’s biggest stars in a socially distanced virtual awards show.
After the Supreme Court announced that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, affectionately known as “RBG,” passed away at 87 on Sept. 18 due to a 20-year long cancer battle, Seton Hall students took time to reflect on her legacy and the future.