During his Seton Hall career, Myles Powell often has celebrated after making a big shot, grabbing the front of his jersey to show off the name of his school.
“I came into America thinking, ‘OK, I speak the same language as Americans, so how hard is this going to be?’
Andrea Martinez-Mejia, M.A./M.P.A. ’08 originally aspired to work in international diplomacy. Luckily for the residents of New Jersey, she is just as intrigued by the diplomacy required in state government.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended the way Americans are living their lives day-to-day — changes to our daily existence have been swift and disorienting. Faith and faith practices provide many with a strong foundation to face uncertainty or hardship.
The Fall 2019 Issue is available, with feature stories on: · Seton Hall’s Twenty-First President · A pioneer in Microfinance · Emmy-Nominated Special-Effects Master And More…
Seton Hall’s first female valedictorian, Elaine Lardieri Edgcomb ’69, went on to become a pioneer in microfinance.
International students bond with American students in the iBuddy program — and both benefit.
Professor Jennifer Itzkowitz studies the effect of behavior on stock-market trading.
Daniel Acon ’80 built a lasting career in special effects — and got his start at Seton Hall.