As chillier weather fast approaches, students are swapping out their flannels for warmer jackets this winter season.
Collegiate Panhellenic Council sororities gathered to compete against each other with coaching help from Interfraternity Council fraternities in a flag football tournament, also known as powderpuff, on Oct. 22.
To prepare for life after college, students are talking about their internship opportunities they have received while at Seton Hall.
As the semester draws to a close, students are starting to get more into the holiday spirit on campus and beyond.
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.