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2000 Spring Issue

Remembrance & Hope after the Boland Hall fire. Also, tributes to Robert E. Baldini, Thomas Peterson, Corrine Costa, Robert Sheeran, Daniel A. Murphy and Charles J. Weiss. Read the full issue.

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2000 Winter Issue

All about the change of the millennium. Also, visits from the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg and the President of Cyprus, clearing roadblocks on the Information Superhighway, and what’s coming up in the basketball season. Read the full issue here.

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1999 Fall Issue

A New Look for the New Millennium Before unveiling three logos, Seton Hall University undertook an intensive review of its image, reputation and identity. “A Little Bit of Heaven” Among the Universityʼs longest-serving employees are the devoted members of the priest community. Nine of these spiritual leaders reflect on their experiences in teaching, administration and…

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1998 Fall Issue

A Healthy Approach Responding to the era of managed care, Seton Hall has updated and expanded its offerings to help students and highly skilled professionals meet the challenge of reducing health care costs without sacrificing quality patient care. A Mind for Soccer — in the U.S. and the U.K. Junior women’s soccer standout Kelly Smith…

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1997 Fall Issue

Opening the Door to Diversity The 30th anniversary of Seton Hall University’s Educational Opportunity Program punctuates the successful evolution of a program that was initially misunderstood and fraught with controversy. College Radio Rocks More than the Music Industry Possibly the last bastion of alternative music, college radio discovers more than new music. Behind the studio…

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1995 Fall Issue

Freshman Fusion From points around the world, across the nation and within the Garden State, members of the Class of 1999 converged on campus in late August to take advantage of Seton Hall’s first-class Freshman Orientation program — and to settle in for four years at “the Hall.” A Giant Step to a Net Gain…

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