Professor Paul Christiansen helps voters understand the power of music in political ads.
Daniel Acon ’80 built a lasting career in special effects — and got his start at Seton Hall.
The “We Can Do It” poster from World War II is one of the country’s most iconic images.
Former WSOU DJ spins a career connecting musicians to their fans
Nyugen Smith was awarded the prestigious Leonore Annenberg Fellowship last April.
Trombonist Douglas Purviance, co-leader of the famed Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, has had a deep, rich education in the world of jazz. He shares that knowledge with his Seton Hall students, teaching them the finer points of the craft.
When the last falsetto note faded away and the house lights came up, Manny Cabo ’94 looked down from the stage to see four music superstars giving him a standing ovation.
The conductor, now artist-in-residence at Seton Hall, opens the world of classical music to students.
How do you get to Broadway? For Crystal Dickinson, the route ran right through Seton Hall, where she took an unexpected detour from her original journey to become a kindergarten teacher.