NeW at Seton Hall University Holds Discussion on the Biden Administration

March 23, 2021

NeW at Seton Hall University hosted their first chapter meeting on March 3, 2021 with a discussion about President Joe Biden’s administration and its policies.

The six women in attendance created a list of related topics beforehand and took turns discussing them during a virtual event held online. Everyone was engaged and eager to share their thoughts about each of the topics and was respectful of each other’s opinions while listening to what each woman had to say. They walked away with a wider perspective on the issues and a better understanding of the Administration.

“We all learned so much more from each other and our different opinions,” a chapter member shared after the event.

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