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.
While some students tuned in to Super Bowl LVI to watch the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals face off, others watched so they could critique the halftime show and commercials.
Although there is snow on the ground, and temperatures have dropped, students are still putting their best fashion foot forward this season.
With Thanksgiving approaching, students shared their favorite holiday traditions they look forward to each year.
The Student Government Association (SGA) announced through an Instagram post on Nov. 2 that it would be working with Seton Hall’s chapter of PERIOD to install free menstrual product dispensers in public bathrooms on campus.
Seton Hall students shared the ways they show appreciation for their loved ones during Thanksgiving and the holiday season.