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.
With season 25 of “The Bachelor” now in full swing, Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on how the latest season of the hit series has progressed so far.
Filmed entirely during the COVID-19 pandemic, the long-awaited Netflix Original, “Malcolm and Marie,” debuted on streaming service on Feb. 5, making it one of the first films to be shot and released during the pandemic.
This year’s Black History Month celebration at Seton Hall features all virtual events that educate and celebrate African American history and culture.
Abel Tesfaye, more familiarly known as The Weeknd, became the first Canadian artist to headline a solo Super Bowl Halftime Show on Feb. 7.
Despite COVID-19 continuing to affect the country, many Seton Hall students who were attending class remotely in the fall have moved back to campus this semester.
Multi-platinum selling recording artist Jason Derulo helped kick off the semester in a special virtual performance hosted by the Student Activities Board (SAB) on Friday.
Alfonso Sibayan Jr., a junior social and behavioral sciences major, represented the Filipino League at Seton Hall (FLASH) in the Mr. Philippines (PI) pageant on Nov. 14.
Seton Hall hosted its last Poetry-in-the-Round event for the semester on Nov. 17 which featured Elif Batuman, the author of the memoir “The Possessed” and novel “The Idiot.”
Some see this Seton Hall student as a business student or a fraternity member. Others see him as a tour guide. Then there’s some who know him as an artist. And perhaps a social advocate, too.
With Thanksgiving coming later this week, Seton Hall students have been traveling home in preparation for the upcoming holiday season. While many students look forward to this holiday and time of year, the pandemic has caused many aspects of Thanksgiving to change.
With Black Friday and the holiday season approaching, there are a variety of tech gifts from which to choose.
Seton Hall students have had to cope with the stress of a global pandemic, instances of racial injustice and the presidential election this year. As Thanksgiving approaches, students reflected on what they are thankful for during these uncertain and difficult times.