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."
Maplewood will be holding the third annual Maplewood Green Day Fair, an event dedicated to educating citizens on how to incorporate sustainable thinking into everyday lives, on Oct. 10 at Memorial Park from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For half a century Professor John D. Sweeney has been a proud member of the Seton Hall faculty.
The wildly anticipated big screen rendition of Maurice Sendak's childhood staple "Where the Wild Things Are," will be putting audiences in awe on Oct. 16. Director Spike Jonze is pushing new boundaries with this film, bringing out a different side of childhood. He doesn't hesitate to show the scariness and confusion of being a kid, the loss of innocence and finding it again.