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Marcos Mendez ‘06 and Kevin Losch ’06 share an unbreakable bond, formed out of one remarkable act of generosity.
Kindness Goes Viral
Hillary Sadlon’s 22 acts of giving galvanized the Seton Hall community into action.
Better Learning Through Technology
Professor Roberta Devlin-Scherer shows her education students firsthand how technology improves classroom learning.
The Art of the Find
Jeff Regan ’98 excels at discovering the next big thing in alternative music.
A Grand Adventure
For Joseph Toma ‘49, a wartime stint in the Coast Guard, a successful business built from the ground up, and a 62-year marriage add up to a well-lived life.
Leaders Are Made, Not Born
The success of the Leadership Development Program at the Stillman School of Business shows how promising students transform into young professionals.
Each year during the first week of October, the University holds its own version of homecoming: Seton Hall Weekend…
Despite a busy medical practice, pediatrician Michael Giuliano has embarked on a spiritual journey to become a deacon.
The Calandras follow tradition: entrepreneurship and the Stillman School of Business.
The School Reform Landscape: Fraud, Myth, and Lies By Christopher H. Tienken, Ed.D. ’03/M.P.A. ’04 assistant professor of education, and Donald C. Orlich, Ph.D. (Rowman & Littlefield Education, $60) For […]
Sharing stories and taking a deeper look at how several Pirate pairs got their start.
A number of rare holdings now on display for the public.
Physical therapist Sandra ‘Buffy’ Wojciehowski ’04/DPT ’07 helps patients find strength after grave injury.
Superstorm Sandy devastated families — and whole communities — throughout the metropolitan area.
Many in the Seton Hall community rushed to provide assistance.
Jose Lopez does more than make advances in the newly emerging field of microplasmas, he makes a sometimes intimidating subject accessible for students.
Archbishop John Joseph Myers celebrates the 25th anniversary of his episcopal ordination.
YES, Seton Hall is “a home for the mind, heart and the spirit.” And it remains in the hearts and minds of nearly all alumni — in very specific ways.
Every once in a great while, a special team emerges and captures the imagination of its fans, taking them on a magical ride that blends the line between fairy tale and reality.
Reflections on Cardinal John Henry Newman and the role of the Catholic university.
In his weekly radio show, Greg Cellini ’85 brings his perspective as a Franciscan brother to conversations about work life.
Segment with Martin O’Neill. This interview aired on April 16th, 2011:
To commemorate Immaculate Conception Seminary’s 150th anniversary, Monsignor Wister, an associate professor of Church history, embarked on a quest to write the definitive history of the institution. Over six years, he reviewed original correspondence between rectors and bishops, read journals, textbooks and newspapers, and pored over hundreds of photographs, consulting sources that had never before been used for scholarly purposes.
In September, he published Stewards of the Mysteries of God, which in its 496 pages tells a story filled with colorful personalities and realistic details about what daily life was like even for the earliest seminarians.
Portions of Monsignor Wister’s book are excerpted here.
The way Coach Kevin Willard sees it, basketball imparts important lessons about life — on and off the court. Kevin Willard’s ascent as a basketball coach has been both rapid […]
Basketball star Anne Donovan returns to her New Jersey roots to coach at Seton Hall. Basketball legend Anne Donovan is a Hall of Famer, winner of two Olympic gold medals, […]
Contributors talk about how Monsignor Sheeran had touched their lives, how he made a difference — often with a small gesture, or a smile — that ultimately had a profound effect.
Award-winning journalist Anthony DePalma ’75 reflects on his return to the University after a long absence.