The Consequences of a ‘Disposable’ Plastic Lifestyle

I was scrolling through my Twitter feed one day and stumbled upon a photo that will forever be engraved in my brain. It was a photo of a whale washed up on a beach with its mouth open and overflowing with various plastic containers and scraps. At first, I couldn’t believe it. Then, I noticed it looked off, so I did some research. It turned out to be a piece of art, created by Greenpeace Philippines as a way to address one of the world’s most serious issues: plastic pollution. More specifically,

Your Favorite Pumpkin Spice Product Might Not Contain Pumpkin Spice

Like clockwork during the fall season, every Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts, and just about every other coffee shop across the nation brings out the iconic Fall-favorite, the Pumpkin Spice Latte. Starbucks, the original pioneer of the PSL, gave the drink its debut in the Fall of 2003. Even today, the drink maintains its popularity, at a time when the trendy pumpkin spice flavor can be found on literally everything.

Israeli professor journeys to Seton Hall to share her story

On the right side of Ruth Tsuria’s desk sits a corkboard. On that corkboard, a bright magenta bumper sticker reads, “Don’t Mess with a Texas Feminist.” Tsuria, who is originally from Israel, travelled around the world and settled in Texas. She grew up in Jerusalem, a city of different faiths and as she describes it, “politically charged.” Tsuria came to Seton Hall this semester and began teaching digital communication classes.