After her nomination to the Supreme Court, Seton Hall students weighed in on whether Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson deserved the position on the Supreme Court.
The class of 2022 has been through many ups and downs, with their last year as undergraduate students being the first primarily in-person school year since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Among this group is Paul Oburu, a computer science major, business owner, photographer, Pirates fan, and proud Seton Hall student from Kenya who hasn’t seen his family in three years due to COVID-19.
Aly & AJ and GrooveBoston performed at ONWARD, Seton Hall’s first spring concert since 2019, on March 25.
The new executive board of the Student Government Association devised a campaign to improve and raise awareness on students’ mental health.
Two visual and sound media major students were able to immerse themselves in film production through internships with Awesome Films.
Seton Hall's PRSAA chapter launches lymphoma awareness campaign as a part of the Bateman Case Study CompetitionBy Kahlei Smith | Mar. 23
The Seton Hall chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is participating in the national Bateman Case Study Competition.
With midterm exams upon us, and finals fast approaching, students shared their favorite ways to destress and practice self-care.
Yik Yak, the anonymous smartphone app that connects users within a five mile radius, has swept across the Seton Hall student body with its Twitter-like dynamic.
The Student Government Association swore in a new at-large senator Monday, Feb. 7, as a result of the special elections held on Thursday, Feb. 3.
Women at Seton Hall are embracing their power as they share their inspirations and leadership advice this Women’s History Month.
The University ended its indoor mask mandate on March 1, and students and faculty alike have expressed differing opinions on this issue.
Spring break is upon us, and students have the opportunity to do things other than studying and homework during this week-long vacation.