Father Laurence T. Murphy, who taught at Seton Hall and briefly served as University President, helped forge a historic link between Seton Hall and China, starting in 1979.
Category: Articles 2015-2019
Mary Ellen Clyne runs Clara Maass Medical Center with a healthy dose of humanity.
Jeremy Garriga is drawn to providing assistance where it’s needed – to the homeless in New Jersey and the sick in Honduras. The Seton Hall junior makes giving back his mission.
Matthew McCue ’04 found his calling — and financial success — in business journalism. Now he’s making a gift that will help others follow his path.
The new Hall of Fame welcomes visitors in the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center lobby.
For a time, Joanna Borawski served as the only physical therapist at Afghanistan’s largest air base.
Nyugen Smith was awarded the prestigious Leonore Annenberg Fellowship last April.