The Seton Hall community responds with characteristic resilience in the face of a global pandemic.
Seton Hall Magazine Posts
Our patroness was no stranger to the consequences of deadly infectious diseases. Her experiences offer parallels—and lessons—for our own unsettling times.
Of the many gifts bestowed on Seton Hall by its founder, Bishop James Roosevelt Bayley, one of the greatest is our motto. Adopted from the Seton family, Hazard Zet Forward reminds us that creating a successful future involves a measure of risk and a dose of courage. And it teaches us that worthwhile goals are…
Alice Milligan, M.A. ’01 works to bring a new perspective and make her mark in the companies she has helped lead.
Juan Rios and a new online summer jobs program have kept opportunities for growth alive for East Orange students despite massive shutdowns statewide. Rios knows firsthand the lifeline these jobs and programs can offer.
John Strapp ’69 had a vision for taking a popular business-skills training program offered by the College of Arts and Sciences to the next level. His timing couldn’t have been better.
Nick Mattiello wants to do it all. The M.B.A. student/marketer/firefighter had a busy summer, transitioning to working remotely and searching for people trapped in a burning building.
Seton Hall cross-country runner Cristina Fernandez balances the challenges of her sport with her dream of becoming a doctor.
The COVID-19 pandemic might have altered Lizzie Win’s senior-year golf season, but it did nothing to deter her from her LPGA goals.
Shawna Cooper-Gibson, vice president of student services, is chairing a University-wide committee to help improve diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus.