From being a member of the Student Activities Board and the Buccino Leadership Institute to becoming a tutor in residence for all math courses and member of the Student Alumni Association, Joseph Kajon, a senior math major, is ready for his next chapter after graduating from Seton Hall.
The Black Student Union, an organization that encourages the appreciation of Black culture, hosted their first-ever talent show on April 29.
Alpha Kappa Psi, the co-ed professional business fraternity, raised over $4,600 at their second annual “5K for Autism Acceptance” at South Mountain Reservation this past Saturday, according to their philanthropy chair.
With the new addition of Starbucks on campus, students shared their “go-to” drink orders at the popular coffeehouse.
Period SHU partnered with Alpha Sigma Tau to test the strength of people with periods and raise money for a local nonprofit on March 1 in the University Center.
Students watched singer, businesswoman and actress Rihanna perform during halftime at Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12.
Student organizations have commemorated Black History Month through cultural events that promote education and foster inclusion across campus.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute held their first-ever annual scholar induction ceremony on Feb. 21.
Seton Hall’s Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) and Campus Ministry held its weekly “Make 1 Take 1” event in Boland Hall’s Campus Ministry lounge on Feb. 15.
Habitat for Humanity at Seton Hall partnered with Morris County’s Habitat for Humanity site on Feb. 4 to kick off their charitable efforts this semester.