Seton Hall University's Slavic Club and the Russian and East European studies program hosted the lecture, "Like a Chicken in the Soup-an American Education," by award-winning author Anya Ulinich, which was attendedby about 50 students and faculty last Thursday.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts and the Sophomore Discovery Program at Seton Hall are collaborating on a Coat Drive that officially began on Oct. 16 and will culminate in a student distribution of the coats on Nov. 7 at the Apostle House in Newark.
Seton Hall University has elected to join the National Sexual Assault Response Team program to help provide services and support to victims of sexual assault.
Centuries ago, the Chinese government implemented a form of slow torture by dripping water on its prisoners' heads, which, though seemingly innocuous, ultimately drove the detainees to the brink of insanity. It defined the notion of cruel and unusual punishment, an unprecedented strategy until this month, when Shakira, the hip-convulsing Latin singer, released her new album, "She Wolf."