The announcement of Crable as the founding dean comes just after the launch of CHDCM, Seton Hall’s new college that merged the College of Communication and the Arts and the College of Education and Human Services, on Aug. 1.
The Protect AFAM protest, reminiscent of Concerned44's in 2018, ended in early May with little information about the results of the May 8 and May 15 meetings
On Tuesday morning, students passing by the Green may have noticed a small group that was filming an individual. They had the camera pointed at a specific angle to fully capture the University Center as a background.
Africana Studies protestors have blocked off both the South Orange Avenue and Ward Avenue entrances this afternoon on campus.
A campus-wide email was sent out tonight with a message from University President Dr. Joseph Nyre regarding today's demonstrations on campus.
The Student Government Association (SGA) saw only one presidential candidate for the 2023-2024 term, in a quiet election season without a debate and with traditional campaign events cancelled.
Grab a snack and strap in for an incredibly long feature that explores lesser-known aspects of Seton Hall.
Prescription insurance companies should notify enrollees of any changes in their formulary 30 days prior to said change.
“What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger”: One year since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian invasionBy Emma Thumann | Feb. 24
Hear the stories of a Kyiv resident and two Seton Hall history professors - one who grew up in St. Petersburg, and one who teaches Russian and East European history.