International students bond with American students in the iBuddy program — and both benefit.
Don’t get the wrong idea. Taylor Cutcliff ’19 wouldn’t want to relive the worst months of her life, when doctors told her she would spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. But Cutcliff, a standout defender during her four years on the Seton Hall women’s soccer team, admits that those frightening days back…
No matter her position on the court, Kaity Healy says she ‘tries to do the little plays that nobody likes to do, like taking a charge, getting a steal, getting a stop on defense.’ When Kaity Healy became captain of Seton Hall’s women’s basketball team three years ago, she hadn’t yet played a single minute…
Despite ingrained expectations about the profession he’d pursue, Erick Agbleke, M.A. ’19 has found his calling in international affairs.
Seton Hall helps professed religious students from abroad continue their education so they can return home to share the lessons they’ve learned.
Daniel Piatek ’17 received a science grant to explore how cold plasmas may help accelerate plant growth and ultimately improve food supply.
The sport Patrick Burd ’18 loved as a kid and played for four years at Seton Hall is taking him to England and a professional career overseas.
A new program at Seton Hall provides critical resources — and support — to incoming freshmen who are the first in their families to attend college.
The childhood struggles of Leo S. Ricketts ’18 drive his social advocacy.