I would be lying if I said I wasn't nervous about what lies ahead, but I can honestly say that it does not scare me.
Our senior editors will be featured as columnists the rest of the semester, reflecting on their adventures and time spent at The Hall.
Spring cleaning is just around the corner.
Between class cancellations, unfit driving conditions and slippery walkways, this winter has been undeniably difficult. Seton Hall University has been forced to cancel classes either entirely or partially on six occasions and just last week the gym was closed as a precautionary measure to assess whether the roof was structurally sound under the weight of the snow.
It sounds clich?©, but going to college is supposed to be a time for self-growth and maturity.
Two weeks ago, Seton Hall unveiled the addition to the Richie Regan Recreation Center in the highly anticipated grand opening.
The University announced Wednesday that GrooveBoston will be coming back to Seton Hall on March 21.
From Facebook and Instagram to Twitter and Vine, our world reaps the benefits of staying connected. Although it brings people together in ways former communication technology could not, should social media be deemed a good thing?
The fall semester is filled with emails, advertisements, fliers and announcements regarding clubs and organizations to join, interest meetings to attend and surveys to fill out.
Anyone who knows me knows that I like to complain about the little things as much as the big things. Possibly it's a side-effect of being the youngest child, but I think it's more likely a generational issue. We're used to getting everything we ask for as soon as we ask for it. It could be Netflix streaming slowly or a slightly long line outside of the caf, but mostly daily inconveniences pop up all over social media and fare forced upon those unlucky enough to be within earshot. It doesn't matter where we are or who we're with, there's always something to whine about.