Seton Hall Athletics facilities have been transformed over the last 10 years to give student-athletes what they need for intercollegiate competition at the highest level while they enjoy an enhanced experience that prepares them for life after graduation. From weight training and rehabilitation to academic support and mental wellness to sport-specific instruction, students have a…
After just about any Seton Hall women’s basketball game, when both teams are in the locker room and the court has been cleared, you might still see one player on the sidelines, mugging for pictures and signing autographs, mostly with young girls.
Federal grants help healthcare students get critical training to fight the opioid overdose epidemic.
Jason Santos and his team launch Pirates Closet, offering business clothes to students who need them.
As the Federal Pell Grant program marks its 50th anniversary, we look at how the grants — and other critical support — allow Seton Hall students to succeed.
Gregor Tait ’21 helped Seton Hall win its first BIG EAST golf tournament in 22 years with one of the greatest individual rounds in University history. But it was a gesture of remarkable sportsmanship that made him a true standout.
This fall a coffee-house style, faith-based storytelling program called Agape Latte was introduced at Seton Hall. Launched in 2006 at Boston College, the program now runs at more than 50 colleges and universities across the country. Here, on the third Thursday of each month, guests gather in McNulty Hall to watch a student-directed opening act, share coffee and refreshments, and listen to a guest speaker share a brief story about faith. Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins talked to Matthew Higgins, director of programs for the University’s Center for Catholic Studies, to learn more.
Sports change the lives of thousands of women, creating memories and connections that last forever. Title IX made all these events possible.
The pandemic set a slow-moving eviction crisis in motion. At Seton Hall, students and professors of law are trying to stem the tide and keep people in their homes.