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Keynote speaker chosen for graduation

Is food the “new sex?” Is Eminem “right”? Mary Tedeschi Ebersadt, author and this year’s commencement keynote speaker, wrote essays that answer those questions and more. Eberstadt has written several books in the fields of philosophy, religion and American culture, according to an announcement sent by the University. Full story

Sophomore launches fashion line of affordable, personable clothing

A is for Alexander McQueen, B is for Balenciaga, C is for Chanel…T is for Tom Ford, U is for Urban Outfitters and V is for Vividvisionz, a fashion brand started by a Seton Hall sophomore. The double V logo you may have seen around campus is the creation of Nay-Quan Bloomer. Full story

Off-campus shooter convicted in student's murder

With the conviction of the man who murdered Jessica Moore her family can finally start to heal, three years after she was shot to death at an off-campus party. On Monday 29-year-old Nicholas Welch was convicted of the murder of student Jessica Moore, who was shot at a party in East Orange Sept. Full story

Provost continues to add Centers of Excellence

Three departments from the College of Arts and Sciences have been designated as Centers of Excellence by the Office of the Provost. Full story

Queens of the Big East

Woman's golf wins school's first conference title since 2011 baseball squad

When senior Hannah Basalone stepped foot on campus as a freshman in the fall of 2010, she was one of the first five members of the women’s golf team.  Four seasons later, she leaves having helped the team to its first Big East Championship. Full story


Relay hits record

More than 1,000 turn out for Colleges Against Cancer and American Cancer Society fundraiser

Seton Hall’s eighth Annual Relay for Life had a new high in attendance.  Over $44,000 was raised at the event sponsored by Colleges Against Cancer and the American Cancer Society on April 11-12. Relay ran from 5 p.m. until 5 a.m. and had 70 teams, over 1,100 participants and four cancer survivors in attendance. Full story

New head coach Stainton happy with homecoming

Rick Stainton thought that Fairleigh Dickinson would be a place where he could settle in and make his own. He transformed a program that put together just 11 wins in the previous three seasons into one that went 8-8-4 in 2013. Full story

Senior Column: Seton Hall helped me discover my true sense of self

Duvall Tells All

It’s hard to put these last four years into words, but I will say this; I am who I am today because of Seton Hall. If there is anything that I have overwhelmingly and perhaps unknowingly learned these past four years is to trust in the unknown. Full story