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Seton Hall Students End 9-Day Sit-In as University Meets Some Demands for Diversity Funding

After more than a week of occupying Presidents Hall to demand the administration increase its diversity funding and programming, a group of Seton Hall University students — calling themselves the Concerned 44 alluding to the percentage of SHU students who identify as students of color —  has ended its . . .

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