SHU Students Protest Over Security Concerns

On Monday, November 22 — which coincidentally was a day when secret service agents were all over Seton Hall University’s South Orange campus, due to a visit from United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon — a group of students walked out of classes at 12:30 p.m to demand security improvements for their own safety.

Flyers and posters bearing their motto “Walk in groups, protest in groups” covered the campus green, and students were asked to sign a petition requesting changes in SHU’s security procedures.

Ashley Duvall, Setonian staff writer covered the event. Read her article here.

Photo by Ashley Duvall.