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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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…
Let me begin by saying that I could not be more proud to serve as your interim president…
Seton Hall is home because its people make it their home. Whether it was welcoming families to campus in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, or traveling to El Salvador to work in a women’s shelter, Pirates have always shown big hearts.
Stillman student Ryan Skolnick is developing a video game – to better teach foreign languages.
Sharing stories and taking a deeper look at how several Pirate pairs got their start.
Superstorm Sandy devastated families — and whole communities — throughout the metropolitan area.
Many in the Seton Hall community rushed to provide assistance.
YES, Seton Hall is “a home for the mind, heart and the spirit.” And it remains in the hearts and minds of nearly all alumni — in very specific ways.