Students await budget cuts, fear losing grantsBy Siobhan McGirl | Mar. 29, 2017
Walking through the Ivy Hill apartments, the sun glares through the otherwise dimly lit hallway. An elderly Russian woman throws her trash out with a smile washed across her face. She does not speak English, but she tries to form words and shakes her head in frustration. “Russia,” she says, explaining her lack of communication.
The executive order is called “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” and included banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries for 90 days and suspending all refugee admissions for 120 days. The countries directly affected by the travel ban are Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, Libya and Yemen.
Along with cramps, bloating and mood swings, women on Seton Hall’s campus may have to face another hurdle when it comes to enduring their periods – finding a pad. There are no working feminine hygiene product dispensers in any bathroom on Seton Hall’s campus.
The new Trump Administration, inaugurated just last week, has Seton Hall officials concerned for the future of the Federal Pell Grant Program.
The pledge by Seton Hall and the other institutions comes in response to the election of President-elect Donald Trump, who has promised in his first 100 days in office to “immediately terminate” Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
Archivist Alan Delozier took a deep dive into Seton Hall’s past to explore the history of commencement ceremonies.