The University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) announced the addition of three new faculty members on Jan. 19 to provide psychiatric services for students across all campuses.
“Solutions through solidarity, sustainability, and science:” Seton Hall hosts U.N. General Assembly President Csaba KőrösiBy Emma Thumann | Jan. 28
Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi of Hungary, the President of the 77th U.N. General Assembly, gave a lecture at the University Center on Thursday regarding the U.N.’s prior accomplishments and future endeavors.
An investigation into financial irregularities at Seton Hall Law uncovered a “series” of embezzlement schemes that cost the University nearly a million dollars, the chair of the Board of Regents said Wednesday.
College students throughout the nation, including many at Seton Hall, can no longer utilize President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan after a federal judge in Texas blocked the program on Nov. 11, calling it “unlawful.”
Fall 2022 will be Dr. Kelly Harris' last semester at Seton Hall.
The dean of Seton Hall Law will step down on Jan. 1, 2023, the University announced last week.
Libre Jones and her husband moved to the Ivy Hill neighborhood in Newark — just steps from Seton Hall’s campus — in early 2021. While they couldn’t afford a home in South Orange, Ivy Hill offered proximity to the suburbs, a good school system, and a quiet, neighborly community.
Seton Hall’s Jewish-Christian studies fund released a statement condemning current antisemitic comments and the recent FBI warning of threats to Jewish Synagogues in New Jersey.
President Nyre says he got “a little emotional” about University Center renovations at controversial State of the University address on FridayBy Emma Thumann | Nov. 10
University President Dr. Joseph Nyre said that he got “a little emotional” while touring the new University Center during his State of the University address on Friday.
The University announced the opening of a new satellite space and welcome center within Newark’s Gateway Complex, according to an Inside the Hall news release sent out Monday.
A new student organization regarding gun control is beginning to form on campus, with the intention to educate and protect community members, Student Government Association Senator Ishan Sharma said.
Student Services announced their launch of a new suicide prevention website during the Student Government Association Town Hall on Monday.