Seton Hall will require every member of the University community to receive a COVID-19 vaccine before the fall semester, the Executive Cabinet announced in an email to students Friday. Exemptions will be made for religious, health, and “personal” reasons.
The Provost announced a plan to restructure the University’s schools and colleges, titled “seeds of innovation,” in an email to students on April 23 in a bid to reduce administration costs. The controversial restructure is one of the first implementation steps for the “Harvest Our Treasures” strategic plan, and would affect seven colleges at the University.
Majority of students partially vaccinated, support vaccine mandate for fall as University sees first COVID-19 case-free week since SeptemberBy Daniel O'Connor | May 7
Eighty percent of students have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 42% are fully vaccinated, according to a recent survey conducted by The Setonian.
The South Orange Police Department (SOPD) has announced plans to expand its surveillance network throughout the Village, installing new cameras over the next five years in an attempt to reduce crime.
Four candidates are vying to win three vacant seats for the South Orange board of trustees elections on May 11.
Dozens of unmasked protesters congregated on the corner of Seton Drive and South Orange Avenue on Monday afternoon to oppose the University’s student-run radio station, WSOU, over its hard rock format for the second time in nearly a month.
All New Jerseyans aged 16 and older will be eligible to schedule appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations beginning April 19, Gov. Phil Murphy announced earlier this month.
Dozens of community members gathered on the University Green last Friday night for a vigil to recognize past and present anti-Asian violence, which has swept the nation over the last year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dozens of unmasked protesters gathered outside the main entrance to Seton Hall’s South Orange campus Tuesday to protest music broadcast by the University’s radio station, WSOU.
Seton Hall’s graduating Class of 2021 will get a change of scenery this year when they walk across the stage to receive their diplomas at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey this May, University Provost Katia Passerini announced on Tuesday.
The Student Government Association (SGA) executive board candidates have outlined their policy goals for the 2021-2022 term ahead of Monday’s elections, in which no positions are being contested.
Rutgers University will require students enrolling for the 2021 fall semester to show they've received a COVID-19 vaccine, the University announced on its website Thursday.
After nearly a year of patience, Seton Hall’s Class of 2020 may finally receive an in-person commencement ceremony this spring, the University announced on Tuesday afternoon.
Seton Hall reported two new cases of COVID-19 Monday, marking 205 cases since the spring 2021 semester began and over 400 since the start of the pandemic.
Seton Hall and the Student Government Association (SGA) both released statements addressing and condemning the mass shootings at three massage parlors in Atlanta, Georgia that killed eight people, including six Asain women on March 16.
South Orange Village is partnering with Essex County and Seton Hall to promote and facilitate the development of community wellness and crisis prevention programs through the Community Care and Justice Initiative.
The Vatican drew mixed reactions from the Seton Hall community after a March 15 statement reaffirmed the stance of the Catholic Church on gay civil unions.
The Student Government Association (SGA) election campaign season kicked off this week, but no seats will be contested for the 2021-2022 term, virtually guaranteeing all candidates their positions.