Four Seton Hall students received awards for their service ventures at a ceremony held on April 3 at Bethany Hall.
History Professor Dermot Quinn celebrated the publication of his latest book, “Seton Hall University: A History, 1856-2006,” in Bethany Hall on May 1.
Africana Studies protestors have blocked off both the South Orange Avenue and Ward Avenue entrances this afternoon on campus.
Reverend Forrest Pritchett, the Interim Director of Africana studies and the special assistant to the Provost, released a statement this evening in support of the “Protect AFAM” movement.
“Nicky Blue.” That was the nickname given by loved ones to the Seton Hall undergraduate student who died on March 16, just six days after his 20th birthday.
A campus-wide email was sent out tonight with a message from University President Dr. Joseph Nyre regarding today's demonstrations on campus.
Monsignor Gerard McCarren has been appointed as the rector and dean of the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology, according to an official announcement on March 27 by the Archdiocese of Newark and Seton Hall.
The No. 1 ranked New Jersey Mock Trial team was one of the 48 teams competing in the nation-wide competition.
A group representing about a fifth of Seton Hall’s faculty is demanding changes from administration after releasing a report last week detailing the low pay of the University’s full-time and adjunct faculty.
The Student Government Association (SGA) saw only one presidential candidate for the 2023-2024 term, in a quiet election season without a debate and with traditional campaign events cancelled.
Dean Joseph Martinelli is set as the interim dean for the merging colleges while a committee looks for a new dean.