As of Sept. 17, there are 158 estimated active COVID-19 cases at Seton Hall University according to the University. Students and faculty received an email last week noting that the University is prepared to pivot to remote learning and stronger safety precautions if need be. Despite the uptick in cases, some students share that they are no longer scared of COVID-19.
MTV held the first Video Music Awards (VMA’s) with a live audience on Sept. 12 for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, and students had various opinions on the show.
Kanye West released his tenth album, "Donda," on Aug. 29 over a year after announcing he'd begun working on the project. “Donda” first came to be on July 12, 2020, when West posted a preview of a single track to Twitter, but the video has since been deleted. On July 19, 2020, West released a soundtrack to his album-in-progress, which also was later deleted. Along with the soundtrack came the original release date of July 24, 2020, which did not happen.
Now that classes are fully in-person, students can showcase their fall fashion both on campus and in the classroom.
Marvel released its newest movie, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” on Sept. 3, and Seton Hall students have been raving about it since the release.
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Seton Hall and the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted Sal Vulcano of truTV’s “Impractical Jokers” in its first live, on-campus event in over a year on Aug. 17.
After over a year of classes and clubs going primarily virtual, students have differing opinions about the change to in-person this upcoming fall semester.
Seton Hall will require every member of the University community to receive a COVID-19 vaccine before the fall semester, the Executive Cabinet announced in an email to students Friday. Exemptions will be made for religious, health, and “personal” reasons.
Dozens of unmasked protesters congregated on the corner of Seton Drive and South Orange Avenue on Monday afternoon to oppose the University’s student-run radio station, WSOU, over its hard rock format for the second time in nearly a month.
Dozens of community members gathered on the University Green last Friday night for a vigil to recognize past and present anti-Asian violence, which has swept the nation over the last year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Seton Hall reported two new cases of COVID-19 Monday, marking 205 cases since the spring 2021 semester began and over 400 since the start of the pandemic.
The Student Government Association (SGA) election campaign season kicked off this week, but no seats will be contested for the 2021-2022 term, virtually guaranteeing all candidates their positions.
Seton Hall University’s Student Government Association (SGA) will host a virtual town hall event on Wednesday, March 10 in which University administrators will provide live responses to questions and concerns posed by students.
Nearly one year after Seton Hall shuttered its campus in response to the growing threat of the coronavirus, University President Joseph Nyre announced on Thursday that a primarily in-person fall semester is in the cards for the University community later this year.
Village approves University’s plan to construct new lobby for Boland Hall; will include other improvements to dorm roomsBy Nicholas Kerr | Feb. 25, 2021
A proposal from Seton Hall to construct a new 1,628 square foot lobby at the front of Boland Hall was unanimously approved by the South Orange Village Planning Board on Wednesday night with one abstention.
Marijuana use will still be prohibited on New Jersey college campuses once legalization goes into effectBy Genevieve Krupcheck | Feb. 19, 2021
Though New Jersey voters overwhelmingly voted in favor of a ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana sale and use for all adults over 21, state lawmakers are still embroiled in a fight over the rules that will ultimately govern the drug.
Seton Hall announced its campuses will be closed on Thursday due to an incoming snowstorm, but said that classes will continue for students virtually and that the University’s business operations will continue.