Seton Hall University
A man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in the fatal shooting of a New Jersey college student from Virginia.
A charity in honor of one of three students killed in a fire at a Seton Hall University dorm 14 years ago is looking to make a difference and prevent other catastrophes.
A New Jersey man convicted of killing one student and wounding four others at an off-campus party near Seton Hall University has been sentenced to life in prison plus 20 years.
A gunman was found guilty Monday of the 2010 shooting of a Seton Hall University student at an off-campus party.
Paula Franzese, a professor at the Seton Hall University School of Law, wrote “A Short & Happy Guide To Being A College Student” and “A Short & Happy Guide To Being A Law Student.”
South Orange police think the mid-November incident at an off-campus party was caught on cell phone video, which was then forwarded among students.
It was just the fourth victory for FDU against Seton Hall in 21 meetings, the last coming in 2006.
Seton Hall University was evacuated Thursday afternoon following a bomb threat, but by 8:30 p.m. campus life had begun to return to normal.
“In terms of keeping it secret, it’s nobody else’s business,” Christie said. “If asked about it, I wouldn’t have lied about it. But it’s nobody else’s business but mine.”
Pope Benedict XVI is retiring on Thursday it raises the following question. Where does he rank amongst all the past Popes?
The City of Newark has reached a settlement with a teenage girl who was handcuffed and detained for videotaping city police officers in an incident on a public bus back in 2010, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey.
Harlem native and Memphis Grizzlies’ Assistant GM Kenny Williamson passed away on Tuesday at 65.
In this issue of By The Numbers, we review a book which has just been released. The text, titled “Sandlot Stats: Learning Statistics with Baseball,” was authored by Dr. Stanley Rothman, a mathematics professor at Quinnipiac University.
It was the mid-1980s. I’ll never forget the feeling of “Eureka!”
Under a plan announced Wednesday by Seton Hall University, students who rank in the top 10 percent of their high school class will pay the same rate as an in-state student heading to public Rutgers University.