Seton Hall is home because its people make it their home. Whether it was welcoming families to campus in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, or traveling to El Salvador to work in a women’s shelter, Pirates have always shown big hearts.
Category: Articles 2015-2019
Stillman student Ryan Skolnick is developing a video game – to better teach foreign languages.
New research by Sona Patel could lead to a simple voice test that detects Parkinson’s disease.
A generous gift by Louise Hogan pays tribute to the affection her son Robert ’80 had for Seton Hall.
Bryan Meszaros, founder of OpenEye Global, helps companies around the world develop inviting digital experiences.
A call to student leadership drives dedicated Seton Hall graduates to serve in the Peace Corps. The experience is often a transformative one for all involved.
Angel Delgado was a unaminous first-team All-BIG EAST selection in 2017.
Seton Hall star golfer Lloyd Jefferson Go was the first Pirate golfer to compete in an NCAA Regional since 2000. This year, he capped his collegiate career with another trip to the NCAA Regionals.
Can immersing yourself in the study of philosophy or a foreign language prepare you for a successful career? Absolutely, says Peter Shoemaker, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins spoke with the dean recently to learn more about the advantages of studying the liberal arts. What do you…