Isabella Espana, a junior biology major, took the crown at “Ms. Philippines,” an annual cultural pageant hosted by Rutgers Newark and held at the Newark Symphony Hall on Jan. 28.
Whether students enjoy a logical board game or beating their opponent, the University’s new chess club welcomes a community for this environment to prosper.
With the jumpstart of the spring semester, students prepare for their variety of classes and time dedicated to the Seton Hall community.
The Alpha Alpha Alpha Honor Society, also known as Tri-Alpha, held their second-ever induction ceremony on Dec. 9.
Students reflected on their experience at Seton Hall’s annual “Christmas at the Hall” tree lighting ceremony, which took place on Nov. 28.
Sororities and fraternities of Seton Hall came together at the Prudential Center for the annual “Greek night” men’s basketball game on Nov. 16.
As chillier weather fast approaches, students are swapping out their flannels for warmer jackets this winter season.
At October’s College Broadcast Institute Awards Seton Hall’s WSOU was nominated for “Best Audio Special Broadcast” for its coverage of the 2021 NJ Gubernatorial race. WSOU came in fourth, losing first to Montclair State University.
Members of Seton Hall Theater are used to memorizing scripts, but memorizing how to pronounce each word correctly in a British accent posed a new challenge as they learned their roles for "A Murder is Announced," performed at the South Orange Performing Arts Center on Oct. 20-23.
Collegiate Panhellenic Council sororities gathered to compete against each other with coaching help from Interfraternity Council fraternities in a flag football tournament, also known as powderpuff, on Oct. 22.
Gaten Matarazzo discussed “Stranger Things,” Broadway and beyond on Oct. 13 at SHU Speaks, a Q&A event hosted by the Student Activities Board.
Filipino American History Month is celebrated during October to honor the culture and history of Filipino American people. The FLASH Dance Troupe, better known as FLASH DT, is a branch of FLASH, the Filipino League at Seton Hall, and provides a safe space for members of the Filipino community.
With just three months left, seniors graduating this winter are looking ahead to what waits for them as they pass through the gates of campus into the real world.