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Seton Hall Magazine Posts
Seton Hall launches a University-wide initiative to raise awareness about mental health issues and suicide prevention.
President Nyre unveils Seton Hall’s new strategic plan: Harvest Our Treasures.
Jen Cotter ’94 pursued a career path that led from a television internship in college to her role as a Peloton executive.
Father Brian Muzás investigates how religious cultural heritage may have shaped the presidential approach to nuclear arms.
Samantha Sinclair’s Pathway to Purpose helps students from diverse backgrounds acclimate to the college application process.
Tech entrepreneur Anthony Ciavaglia ’77 started a scholarship to help business majors on their way to success.
When it comes to champion swimmer Cornelia Jerresand’s future, she sets her sights upward, far above Earth.
Shavar Reynolds Jr.’s time abroad helped shape his athletic future and the way he sees the world.
Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins talks to Professor Sulie L. Chang to learn more about the Petersheim Academic Exposition.
Dianne Traflet, associate dean of graduate studies and seminary administration at Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology, traces Mother Seton’s history from the 1790s through the early 1800s and finds parallels — and lessons — applicable to our own unsettling times.