On a recent trip to the Philippines, my wife, Jo, and I shared a chance encounter that reminded me of Seton Hall’s expanding global influence.
Category: Articles 2010-2014
Paulette Brown, J.D. ’76, president-elect of the American Bar Association, has a long history as a trailblazer.
Senior Taseen Peterson’s startup got a big boost this year when it was nationally recognized as one of the top businesses launched by college students.
Meg Reilly ’12 took an unusual turn in her post-college life. She left behind a coveted position in communications to enlist in a yearlong, 47,000-mile ocean race.
Marcos Mendez ‘06 and Kevin Losch ’06 share an unbreakable bond, formed out of one remarkable act of generosity.
Hillary Sadlon’s 22 acts of giving galvanized the Seton Hall community into action.
Professor Roberta Devlin-Scherer shows her education students firsthand how technology improves classroom learning.
Jeff Regan ’98 excels at discovering the next big thing in alternative music.
For Joseph Toma ‘49, a wartime stint in the Coast Guard, a successful business built from the ground up, and a 62-year marriage add up to a well-lived life.