Monsignor Gerard McCarren has been appointed as the rector and dean of the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology, according to an official announcement on March 27 by the Archdiocese of Newark and Seton Hall.
The No. 1 ranked New Jersey Mock Trial team was one of the 48 teams competing in the nation-wide competition.
A group representing about a fifth of Seton Hall’s faculty is demanding changes from administration after releasing a report last week detailing the low pay of the University’s full-time and adjunct faculty.
The Student Government Association (SGA) saw only one presidential candidate for the 2023-2024 term, in a quiet election season without a debate and with traditional campaign events cancelled.
Dean Joseph Martinelli is set as the interim dean for the merging colleges while a committee looks for a new dean.
Several cultural clubs and advocacy groups convened in the University Center’s event room on March 21 from noon to 4 p.m. for the first-ever “SHU Worldwide” event.
Students reflect on a possible TikTok ban - Will the Chinese spy balloon be the downfall of the app?By Esmeralda Arias | Mar. 3
TikTok, the popular social networking app among Generation Z, was prohibited by Congress on federal government devices last December. Since then, 20 public universities such as the University of Texas, Morgan State University in Maryland, and The University System of Georgia have banned TikTok from campus Wi-Fi networks and school devices.
“What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger”: One year since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian invasionBy Emma Thumann | Feb. 24
Hear the stories of a Kyiv resident and two Seton Hall history professors - one who grew up in St. Petersburg, and one who teaches Russian and East European history.
Vatican official Christophe Pierre addresses those struggling with religious identity in lecture at Seton HallBy Emma Thumann | Feb. 8, 2023
Archbishop Christophe Louis Yves Georges Pierre, the apostolic nuncio to the U.S., gave a lecture on Feb. 1 in the University Center addressing U.S. policy along with religious identity.
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, 2023
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.