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Getting to Know You

To have a friend, you must be a friend, as the old saying goes. And that has been the positive experience of the more than 100 students who have participated in Seton Hall’s cross-cultural iBuddy program. The “i” stands for international, and the program was launched in 2016 by counseling psychology doctoral students in the…

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Movie Magic

The son of a U.S. diplomat, Daniel Acon ’80 met famous people growing up, including George H.W. Bush and Henry Kissinger. “It trained me to be at ease around anyone,” he says. This has served him well in a film career that has involved working with top directors such as Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese…

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The Comeback Kid

Don’t get the wrong idea. Taylor Cutcliff ’19 wouldn’t want to relive the worst months of her life, when doctors told her she would spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. But Cutcliff, a standout defender during her four years on the Seton Hall women’s soccer team, admits that those frightening days back…

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Déjà vu

The rise of social media as a news source. Fake news. Accusations of corrosive bias. The U.S. media industry is embroiled in a period of disorienting upheaval, a time when the principles that guide the news are being sharply re-examined. But according to Matthew Pressman, an assistant professor of journalism in the College of Communication…

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Seton Hall University’s 21st President

As Seton Hall’s first-year students navigated tentative paths through the lunchtime dining hall on their first full day on campus this fall, a man in a suit threaded among them, carrying his own tray and greeting everyone he passed. “How are you doing?” Joseph Nyre asked one student after another. “What’s your name? Where are…

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Out in Front

Fifty years ago, on a bright morning in early June, Elaine Lardieri stood on Seton Hall’s commencement stage and addressed the Class of 1969 and their families. It was a landmark moment for her, of course, but also for the University at large: after 113 years in existence, the school had its first female valedictorian.…

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2019 Spring Issue

The Spring 2019 Issue is available, with feature stories on: ·         Universal Faith ·         The Sounds of Science ·         To Share or Not to Share? ·         Glenn Hartrick, M.B.A ’06 And More…  

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