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Chasing History

When Alexis Walkden finishes her college softball career in 2018, she will go down as one of the greatest hitters in Seton Hall history. The Texas native holds the single-season home run record with 20, and through three seasons she has clubbed 41 homers, putting her in range of the school career mark of 59.…

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In The Fast Lane

Elite swimmers often display their skills at a young age, but Noah Yanchulis took a different lane on his way to stardom at Seton Hall. Swimming on an eighth-grade club team in Maryland, “Every single day, I didn’t want to do it,” he says. “It was bad. But I stuck it out. In ninth grade…

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Answering the Big Questions

The “silo effect” is a major problem in academia today. And nowhere is the lack of free-flowing information across disciplines more of a problem than in the sciences. At Seton Hall, a new initiative promotes cross-disciplinary learning, particularly in areas that relate to STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering, and math. Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins…

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The Strong Lady

She stands high atop a brawny granite pedestal, her eyes fixed, her countenance resolute, her stride ever forward. Her right hand clutches her wind-blown cape as her left hand clutches her Bible. Ribbons drawn snugly beneath her chin secure her cap. Her right foot, encased in a thick boot, steps atop a substantial rock inscribed…

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The Road Ahead

Let me begin by saying that I could not be more proud to serve as your interim president. In my 40 years of leadership in health care and higher education, I have seen many transitions. Sometimes when people come into an institution from the outside — particularly in an interim role — it can take…

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