The new Inter-Hall Council at Seton Hall hosted several events this semester, with more coming up soon.
The Student Government Association (SGA) announced through an Instagram post on Nov. 2 that it would be working with Seton Hall’s chapter of PERIOD to install free menstrual product dispensers in public bathrooms on campus.
Seton Hall students shared the ways they show appreciation for their loved ones during Thanksgiving and the holiday season.
Fresh off an all-around dominant 93-49 win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Wednesday, the Pirates came back to Prudential Center on Sunday to square off with preseason Ivy League-favorite, Yale.
On Wednesday night, for the first time since March 4, 2020, Prudential Center hosted a full crowd for a Seton Hall basketball game.
South Orange’s Community Care and Justice committee began accepting referrals from the South Orange Police Department last month to redirect emergency calls from the police to social workers, officials said.
Seton Hall women's basketball opened their 2021-22 season with a 13-point win over Mount St. Mary's led by 20-point games from Andra Espinoza-Hunter and Lauren Park-Lane.
Senior Valentino “Val” Petrarca became the first DJ in WSOU history to reach the 100-interview milestone this semester after four years with the Seton Hall-based radio station.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy has won reelection by a narrower-than-expected margin, beating Republican opponent Jack Ciattarelli, according to the Associated Press.
The South Orange Community Care and Justice administers survey pertaining to law enforcement and neighborhood culture.
One of Seton Hall's newest organizations, The 14% Club, is here and ready to create a supportive space for aspiring Black lawyers.
Seton Hall students may find it hard to deal with grief while away at school, but those from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and the psychology department can help.
Students at Seton Hall express their concerns and frustrations with the growing difficulty to find parking on campus.
South Orange unveiled a new strategic plan on October 5 to improve waste management and recycling efforts in the Village set to take effect in 2023, according to Village Trustee Bill Haskins and Environmental Commission Chair Linda Beck.