These contributors talked about how Monsignor Sheeran had touched their lives, how he made a difference — often with a small gesture, or a smile — that ultimately had a profound effect.
Seton Hall Magazine Posts
The work of Dr. Sudhansu Chokroverty, a professor of neuroscience in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, sheds light on the mysterious mechanisms of sleep.
Award-winning journalist Anthony DePalma ’75 reflects on his return to the University after a long absence.
In 1989, the NCAA Championship slipped away from the Pirates by the closest of margins. A look back at the drama of that momentous season.
When it comes to returning missing Seton Hall graduation rings, there’s a lot of truth to the saying that what goes around, comes around. Take the case of a ring lost at sea for nearly 30 years.