On December 14, 2016 Edgar Welch open fired fire at a pizzeria in D.C. due to the ‘Pizzagate’ Conspiracy surrounding the establishment.Read more
By Catrice Austin Staff Writer President Donald Trump’s inauguration bore a stark contrast to that of former President Barack ObamaRead more
After the divisive presidential election on November 8, President-elect Donald Trump has begun vetting top candidates to serve in his administration.Read more
Tensions were high in the University Center as the College Democrats and College Republicans debated on policy differences, but underlying the event was a sense of mutual respect and a common goal for a better future for America.
The debate, hosted by the Unified Students’ Assembly and co-sponsored by the Student Government Association, is the first of its kind on the Seton Hall campus.
The political rhetoric coming from the current presidential race has caused many voters to become frustrated, even to the point of reconsidering their affiliation. In particular, artists around the world have used a variety of mediums to convey their perspectives on Republican candidate Donald Trump and his policies.Read more
Although the debate was filled with accusations and insults, and did not venture far beyond domestic policies such as taxes and unemployment, the candidates briefly covered trade, cybersecurity, and terrorism.Read more
Politics used to be boring – sleep inducing, even. The modern race, however, has turned into a competition to get the most coverage and the attention of young voters. These candidates will say nearly anything to make a headline.Read more
In a series of interviews with international students both at Seton Hall and abroad, The Diplomatic Envoy highlights the importance of this election to the world.Read more
Among discussion of super PACs and college tuition, the debate delved into the candidates’ positions on foreign policy, focusing mostly on responding to ISIS after the Paris attacks.Read more
By Isla Lamont Staff Writer They say you aren’t supposed to talk politics in polite company. They also say notRead more