Seton Hall’s video game teams are emerging as conference-leading competitors in the growing world of esports — and thanks to a new facility have a well-equipped home on campus.
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Houssam Eddine Beggas left a broadcast career in Algeria to study at Seton Hall and deepen his understanding of international affairs.
Professor Paul Christiansen helps voters understand the power of music in political ads.
The president of Morristown Medical Center, Trish O’Keefe, M.S.N. ’94/Ph.D. ’14 is
known for her compassion and dedication.
A gift from Pat Burgh House, Ed.D. ’01 to the Stetar-Finkelstein Fund recognizes her lifelong commitment to learning.
Keaton Douglas has taken her talents for entertaining and created a program to help people heal from addiction. A class at the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology changed her life — and the lives of those in recovery.
During his Seton Hall career, Myles Powell often has celebrated after making a big shot, grabbing the front of his jersey to show off the name of his school.
“I came into America thinking, ‘OK, I speak the same language as Americans, so how hard is this going to be?’
Charlie Dourney ’54 was an athlete. He pitched at Seton Hall. He gave tennis lessons. His body could do great things. Then, slowly, he started not to be able to do even simple things.
Andrea Martinez-Mejia, M.A./M.P.A. ’08 originally aspired to work in international diplomacy. Luckily for the residents of New Jersey, she is just as intrigued by the diplomacy required in state government.