With Hollywood back to work, several new TV shows and seasons are hitting the airwaves and topping the charts. As students sit back and binge-watch their favorites, here some of their recommendations that they said are a must-watch this spring:
In 1987, the U.S. Congress passed legislation that forever marked March as a commemoration to women’s history, tribulations and successes. This month, Seton Hall students reflected on the women in their lives.
A pair of freshmen are partnering with Having Appreciation in Realness (HAIR) and the Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) for a drive to obtain resources and hair supplies for local communities.
Comedian and television show host Trevor Noah hosted the 63rd Grammy Awards on March 14. Though the show hit a record low of 8.8 million viewers, Seton Hall students responded to the best and worst moments of the night in performances, fashion and winners.
The Seton Hall Career Center is gearing up for a three-day virtual career fair starting on March 23 to help students prepare for interviews and job hunting through several workshops.
When former Cabrini Hall resident Trent Miller received an email from Seton Hall on Feb. 8 telling him he was needing to vacate his dorm, he said he was blindsided and frustrated by the University’s decision..
After stepping down from their royal duties, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry sat down with Oprah Winfrey in a bombshell interview that created international headlines, and Seton Hall students shared their reactions.
As winter comes to an end, students are ditching their warmer clothing and shared their favorite clothing trends for the spring season.
The United States is nearing the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic that led to nationwide lockdowns. Schools across the country abruptly transitioned to remote learning and had to adapt to the virtual landscape last year—including Seton Hall student organizations, which had to develop new ways to operate during remote and HyFlex learning and social distancing.
Comedic actresses and writers Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the 78th Golden Globe Awards on Feb. 28 after it was delayed for nearly two months due to the pandemic. From the chic attend-from-home fashion to this year’s winners, Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on this year’s awards.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
After 28 years, the popular musical duo Daft Punk announced that the two will go their separate ways, breaking the news with an 8-minute video titled “Epilogue” excerpted from their 2006 film “Electroma.” Publicist Kathryn Frazier confirmed the news to Pitchfork but gave no reason for the breakup. Students share their reactions upon hearing the news last week.
After months of speculation, Kim Kardashian West filed for divorce from Kayne West on Feb. 19, following a number of public fights. Students shared their reactions to the news.
After the Hulu premiere of The New York Times’ documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” students shared their views on the film and the pop star’s conservatorship.
Though some single Pirates may have spent Valentine’s Day alone this year, a few Seton Hall students are hoping they can bring a different type of dating experience to campus -- this time based around a computer algorithm.
Looking to unwind on the weekends with a show to binge on Netflix? Here is what Seton Hall students said they are watching right now on the popular streaming platform.
The creation of the NAACP, the end of segregation and Jim Crow and the historic election of Barack Obama as the nation’s first Black president, these are just some major milestones individuals celebrate and honor throughout Black History Month. For every person in the Seton Hall community, the month holds a different significance.