As members of the Seton Hall community, we are thoroughly acquainted with the concept of servant leadership, which has informed our institutional culture and mission for nearly 160 years. The principle is so deeply ingrained at Seton Hall that we may fail to realize its distinctiveness in American higher education. Popular culture too often…
Author: Elyse Carter
Elyse Carter was the Art Director at Seton Hall University for more than 16 years. She is now the Director of Creative Services at Iona College. You can see some of her work at www.elysecarter.com
Cross-country running is a far more mentally challenging sport than a physically grueling one, says senior Ryan Flannery. He sees it as a test of character.
A coveted internship brought Seton Hall junior Elizabeth Donald to the hallowed halls of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Those who aren’t avid volleyball fans may not know what a libero is, or its vital importance to a team’s success. But at Seton Hall, the unique defensive position has been given its due, and the Pirates have nearly perfected it.
Successful restaurateur and TV host Vic Rallo, J.D. ’89 just couldn’t resist the lure of the family business.
When the last falsetto note faded away and the house lights came up, Manny Cabo ’94 looked down from the stage to see four music superstars giving him a standing ovation.
Spurred by a personal connection, neurologist Vincent Fortanasce ’65 has searched for ways to slow the devastation of the disease.
Research conducted by professor Robert Kelchen helped prompt a federal policy change that will make applying for financial aid easier.
A host of Seton Hall community members participated in events surrounding Pope Francis’ historic visit to the U.S.