‘Who created ‘Rosie the Riveter?’ The famed World War II-era propaganda artwork encouraging women to join the workforce in place of men shipping out to war, and the artist behind the work, is the center of one Seton Hall professor’s recent research.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., speaks with diplomacy students at a “fireside chat”By Emma Thumann | May 16
The United States Ambassador to the United Nations spoke with students of the school of Diplomacy and International Relations Tuesday April 12 about current foreign policies such as the Russia-Ukraine war, climate change in developing countries, and COVID-19 vaccine accessibility.
Seton Hall’s first free menstrual product dispenser was installed in the University Center this spring as a result of a collaborated effort from the Student Government Association (SGA) and PERIOD SHU.
Jayde Dieu was elected Seton Hall University’s Student Government Association’s President for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year.
Enersto Morillo, a police lieutenant who served on the force for 17 years and a Seton Hall Ph.D. student, was sworn in as South Orange’s new police chief on March 31.
The Petersheim Academic Exposition, an annual gathering of the BIG EAST’s finest academics, took place Monday, April 25 through Friday, April 29 with over 40-plus events spanning across almost all academic departments.
U.N. Secretary-General to address class of 2022 at University’s 166th baccalaureate commencement ceremonyBy Emma Thumann | May 4
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres will be the keynote speaker for the university’s upcoming baccalaureate commencement ceremony on May 24, the Office of the Provost announced Monday morning.
Seton Hall students protest the University's response to sexual assault allegations during open houseBy Amanda DeJesus | Apr. 25
Seton Hall students protested the University’s response to sexual assault allegations on the sidewalk across Farinella Gate during an open house Sunday.
Protecting Pirates, a new group advocating for sexual assault survivors at Seton Hall, announced Wednesday their plans to protest outside the Farinella Gate on Sunday.
After her nomination to the Supreme Court, Seton Hall students weighed in on whether Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson deserved the position on the Supreme Court.
The class of 2022 has been through many ups and downs, with their last year as undergraduate students being the first primarily in-person school year since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Among this group is Paul Oburu, a computer science major, business owner, photographer, Pirates fan, and proud Seton Hall student from Kenya who hasn’t seen his family in three years due to COVID-19.
As the final horn sounded at San Diego State's Viejas Arena on the night of March 18, the Seton Hall Pirates walked off the court dejected after suffering not only their largest loss of the season, but the also second-largest loss of the 2022 NCAA Tournament.
Aly & AJ and GrooveBoston performed at ONWARD, Seton Hall’s first spring concert since 2019, on March 25.
The late-game scare in the WNIT Final Four against Middle Tennessee almost ended the season, but it was the Jackrabbits that put the Pirates away in the Saturday afternoon matchup, 82-50.
The new executive board of the Student Government Association devised a campaign to improve and raise awareness on students’ mental health.
Coming off a three-game win streak, the Seton Hall Pirates (4-18) looked to keep their momentum going as they hosted the Wagner Seahawks (3-18) at Owen T. Carroll Field on Wednesday. Junior LHP Aaron Groller got the start for Seton Hall, while Wagner sent out junior RHP Ruben Del Castillo.