Seeing the positive in unexpected situationsBy Natalie Rebisz | Nov. 18, 2015
2014 was a year filled with memorable headlines from Ebola to Ferguson, missing Malaysia airlines Flight 370 to unrest in Ukraine, Ray Rice’s domestic violence scandal and even Kim Kardashian’s back side. Of course, one of these is not like the other, but a common thread seems to connect them all.
Drinking pumpkin spice lattes, taking apple picking selfies, wearing chestnut UGGs and fake nerd glasses, dyeing your hair a darker shade, pretending to like football and buying promiscuous Halloween costumes – these are the trade- marks of a typical “basic chick,” done autumn style.
An important part of the college experience at Seton Hall for many students is leaving home and dorming on campus.
Students across campus are already feeling the effects of the change in weather, and flu season is just getting started.
Witchcraft and wizardry have charmed the Seton Hall community.
George Michael Ring, a Seton Hall graduate and former member of the board of regents, passed away on Friday, June 7.
Campus Ministry will sponsor 25 Seton Hall students on a trip to Rio de Janiero for World Youth Day this summer.