The Seton Hall chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is calling on the University to distribute “high grade masks” on campus to students, faculty, and staff.
A recreational cannabis business ordinance was formally presented at Monday's meeting of the South Orange Village Board of Trustees.
Seton Hall will switch temporarily to remote learning for the month of January, a Thursday announcement from the Health Intervention Communication Team said.
The Student Government Association’s Student Life Committee announced they are working on an initiative to create a daily women-only hour at the recreation center, according to Molly Cleary, who was committee chair until her resignation last week.
All Seton Hall University community members will be required to upload proof of vaccination by January 14, according to a Thursday email from the Health Intervention and Communication Team.
One out of every eight public trees in South Orange is expected to die because of an invasive species, the village’s Shade Tree Committee said last week.
The new Inter-Hall Council at Seton Hall hosted several events this semester, with more coming up soon.
South Orange’s Community Care and Justice committee began accepting referrals from the South Orange Police Department last month to redirect emergency calls from the police to social workers, officials said.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy has won reelection by a narrower-than-expected margin, beating Republican opponent Jack Ciattarelli, according to the Associated Press.
The South Orange Community Care and Justice administers survey pertaining to law enforcement and neighborhood culture.
South Orange unveiled a new strategic plan on October 5 to improve waste management and recycling efforts in the Village set to take effect in 2023, according to Village Trustee Bill Haskins and Environmental Commission Chair Linda Beck.
The Board of Regents approved a plan to restructure the University in a controversial decision that would merge Seton Hall's nine schools and colleges into seven to reduce administrative costs, the Office of the Provost announced on Sept. 28.