Rea Ann Silva, the founder and CEO of Beautyblender, visited Seton Hall virtually as part of the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute’s Distinguished Speaker Series on April 14 to discuss female entrepreneurship in the Latinx community.
After 28 years, the popular musical duo Daft Punk announced that the two will go their separate ways, breaking the news with an 8-minute video titled “Epilogue” excerpted from their 2006 film “Electroma.” Publicist Kathryn Frazier confirmed the news to Pitchfork but gave no reason for the breakup. Students share their reactions upon hearing the news last week.
This year’s Black History Month celebration at Seton Hall features all virtual events that educate and celebrate African American history and culture.
There is a common piece of advice most Seton Hall students have heard about South Orange Avenue: when exiting the front gates of campus, “turn left, not right.”
As COVID-19 dramatically affected nearly all aspects of life, people’s style and the way they present themselves are no exception.
Hundreds of students are now out of work. Many of them were recently laid off from their internships as companies have transitioned to operating remotely in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and adhere to social distancing guidelines. Others are struggling with applying to internships as companies continue to cancel internship programs.
Within the College of Communication and the Arts, Seton Hall has a music major program which offers a variety of educational paths to those who wish to study music.