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.
For anyone seeking the ideal student-athlete — someone who excels in sports, the classroom and the community —it’s difficult to find a better example than Katie Landes ’17.
Michael Nzei grew up in Nigeria, moving to the United States in 2012, just three years after starting to play basketball.
Fullbright scholar Daria Pizzuto travels to Chile to develop authentic Spanish lessons for her student.
Stillman students show leadership with a group donation to honor their mentor.
When Alexis Walkden finishes her college softball career in 2018, she will go down as one of the greatest hitters in Seton Hall history.
Elite swimmers often display their skills at a young age, but Noah Yanchulis took a different lane on his way to stardom at Seton Hall.
In 1968, Seton Hall welcomed its first integrated male and female class to the South Orange campus.