The Asian Cultural Association works to create a friendly atmosphere for people interested in learning about various Asian cultures through fun and innovative ways.
Last week, Instagram started expanding its testing of private like counts to some accounts in the United States.
On Nov. 14, Seton Hall’s Teaching, Learning and Technology Center (TLTC) hosted their “Walk Down Memory Lane” event, highlighting past and current projects that have influenced the use of technology in the classrooms at the University.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, Seton Hall students and faculty shared what they are thankful for, how they spend their time doing what they are passionate about and how they celebrate the occasion.
The Alpha Nu Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity has a new initiative, “Feed the Streets,” in which the brothers collect non-perishable, non-expired canned food and water to give to local food pantries feeding Newark residents in need. The fraternity placed cardboard boxes as donation bins near the entrances of residence halls.
Seton Hall’s American Chemical Society Chemistry Club took first place at the 2019 North Jersey American Chemical Society ChemExpo competition and defeated top schools from the state such as Princeton, NJIT and Stevens.
At the beginning of November, one may notice many clean-shaven faces gracing SHU’s campus. Notably, at the end of this month, one may also notice many cavemen walking the Green.
Corrections: This article has several errors. First, The Setonian incorrectly identified Samantha Becker as Samantha Decker. Second, in paragraph 5, the word should be “immigrant,” not “migrant.” The artist Nancy Crasco, was misidentified as Nancy Cohen. In paragraph 7, the art piece was identified incorrectly as “Waterfalls,” when it should be written as “Water falls.” In paragraph 12, the artist’s name should be Kimberly Parra, not Pana the work is called “Garden of Living Images,” by Keren Anavy, not “The Babylon Gardens.”
After nearly 30 years, Seton Hall’s Knights of Columbus is going for a makeover.
Art, design and interactive multimedia majors shared their unique experiences in the classroom and about an ordinary day while pursuing an innovative career.