In an effort to save lives, counseling student Sgt. Kent Swanson has a mission to heighten awareness about suicide among police officers.
A lasting legacy from the 53-year marriage of Sylvia and Tom Tencza, M.S. ’64/Ph.D. ’66.
Emily Dell ’06 travels the trendy highway of mobile entrepreneurship, driving new clothes directly to her customers in a fashion truck business called Runaway.
Barbara Mucha ’05 is a standout computer programmer in a field dominated by men — so much so that RecruitLoop.com named her one of the top 10 female full-stack developers in New York City.
Successful restaurateur and TV host Vic Rallo, J.D. ’89 just couldn’t resist the lure of the family business.
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.
Spurred by a personal connection, neurologist Vincent Fortanasce ’65 has searched for ways to slow the devastation of the disease.
While working at an Abercrombie & Fitch store on Long Island during high school, Mark Perini ’09 was chosen to represent the retail clothing shop as a model in a New York City casting call. At first he didn’t want to go, thinking he would be out of place. He couldn’t have been more wrong.…
As the University’s Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, Seton Hall magazine profiles its founder, Jeanine Cavanagh.
Tony Bozzella ’89 uses his credentials and location when he sells the Seton Hall women’s basketball program to recruits. He talks about his up-tempo offense and his reputation as a players’ coach. He points to his record of turning struggling programs into winning ones. And he promotes Seton Hall itself — the academic and athletic…