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Category: 2005-2009

2009 Fall Issue

2009 fall magazine OFF! In the labs at Seton Hall, Eric Stroud seeks the key to an easy-to-use shark repellent that just might save the giant predator. There and Back Award-winning journalist Anthony DePalma reflects on his return to the university after a long absence.

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2009 Winter/Spring Issue

2009 winter_spring magazine The Prescient Prediction How law professor Mark Alexander and his students accurately calculated in 2006 that Senator Barack Obama could win the presidency. Cha Cha Champion No mere finance student, Kate Kapshandy has won two national Latin dance titles – so far. The Transformers Two Seton Hall art professors with the power…

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2008 Fall Issue

2008 fall magazine Hoop Dreams In 1989, the NCAA Championship slipped away from the Pirates by the closest of margins. A look back at the drama of that momentous season.

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2008 Summer Issue

2008 summer magazine Oxford Bound Annick Routhier-Labadie, Seton Hall’s first Rhodes Scholar, heads to the University of Oxford this fall. Lost and Found When it comes to returning missing Seton Hall graduation rings, there’s a lot of truth to the saying that what goes around, comes around. Take the case of a ring lost at…

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2008 Winter/Spring Issue

Extreme Makeover Science Center Edition In a dramatic architectural overhaul worthy of the popular TV show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Seton Hall unveiled its gleaming new Science and Technology Center last fall. Early Detection System Catherine Noble Colucci teaches her students how to reach children with developmental disabilities in time to make the biggest difference…

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2007 Summer Issue

A Touch of the Divine Places of sanctuary and reflection on campus. Student, Interrupted John Valentin left Seton Hall in the late 1980s to play professional baseball. Now, he’s back on campus, determined to finish the degree he postponed. City in Transition Seton Hall plays a pivotal role as Newark rejuvenates itself. Read the 2007…

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2007 Fall Issue

Classics for the Spirit From Dickens to Dante, this book list is bound to enrich your mind and heart. The Call to Service Seton Hall alumni who have served in Iraq have done so in ways that reflect commitment to the mind, the heart and the spirit. The Newtonian Experiment Leading the turnaround at a…

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2007 Winter/Spring Issue

The Station That Launched a Thousand Careers Thanks to posts at WSOU radio, broadcast journalists get their start at Seton Hall. We share some of their stories. Closer to Home Jeffrey Togman turned to film to show the personal side of political science. His award-winning documentary, Home, depicts the tough choices real people must make…

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2006 Fall Issue

University Day, Our Nation Under a Microscope, continuing coverage of Seton Hall’s Sesquicentennial Celebration, Sports, and 9/11 remembered. Read the complete 2006 fall magazine

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2006 Summer Issue

Tribute Inspired by a deep love for the Jewish people, Sister Rose Thering, O.P., Ed.D., led a lifelong campaign against anti-Semitism. Seton Hall Continues Sesquicentennial The University began celebrating Seton Hall’s dynamic 150 years on October 1, 2005. Learn about the years from 1932 to 1950. Read the 2006 summer magazine.

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