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Seton Hall Magazine Posts
The family of Seton Hall student Vivi Tran ‘76 needed help in 1975 after the fall of Saigon. Seton Hall responded.
Almost forgotten, Nebraska’s 1942 metal drive spurred a World War II documentary.
Working in the Duke University archives in 2005, Assistant Professor James J. Kimble almost didn’t open the plain folder marked “scrap metal drives.” But the familiar front page of a newspaper from his home state of Nebraska caught his eye, and after a few minutes, the story of the 1942 Nebraska Scrap Drive pulled him in.
Every once in a great while, a special team emerges and captures the imagination of its fans, taking them on a magical ride that blends the line between fairy tale and reality.
Depicting complex data to reveal clear implications.
Seeing is believing. Or is it? Take a look at the graphic below. See if all those little cartoon rockets vividly predict the increasing likelihood of the 1986 space shuttle disaster (as temperatures dropped) from failure of the Challenger’s O-rings.
Lakshmi Kripalani, M.A. ’66 doesn’t have much patience for those who blame a failing public education system on lack of money. She once opened a school with little more than a bullhorn.
A. Gabriel Esteban’s strong Catholic faith, coupled with his leadership skills, makes him the right fit for the Seton Hall presidency.
Reflections on Cardinal John Henry Newman and the role of the Catholic university.
This issue of the alumni magazine introduces our new president, Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban, to the Seton Hall community.
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