Students explore need for spiritual awakening retreat
Mar02

Students explore need for spiritual awakening retreat

A group of students, in collaboration with the Office of Campus Ministry, is exploring the possibility of coordinating a Kairos spiritual retreat. The group of students is led by freshmen Erin Neupauer and Efrain Vallejo. Possible dates and locations are still being sorted out by the Office of Campus Ministry, said the Rev. Brian Needles, director of Campus Ministry. However, Needles added that the retreat is likely to take place in...

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Black History Month draws Black Panther speaker
Feb08

Black History Month draws Black Panther speaker

February is Black History Month and Seton Hall is hosting numerous events including the Seton Hall Black History Inaugural Lecture, which was held on Thursday, Feb. 2, at 8 p.m. in the Jubilee Hall Auditorium. The theme of Black History Month this year is “The Crisis in Black Education.” The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Association (MLKSA) hosted Kathleen Cleaver, currently a senior lecturer in law at Emory University and a...

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College of Nursing receives $50,000 scholarship endowment
Dec01

College of Nursing receives $50,000 scholarship endowment

The College of Nursing has accepted a $50,000 gift from the Estate of Barbara Kohaut, according to SHU’s website. Kohaut was retired but had previously worked as an accounting clerk for Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Newark, according to her online obituary on Legacy.com. The endowment was made in memory of Kohaut’s entire family, but the gift was dedicated to the College of Nursing because her sister Elizabeth graduated from there in...

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SAA to co-host large national conference
Nov10

SAA to co-host large national conference

On Sept. 30, Seton Hall’s Student Alumni Association (SAA) accepted an offer from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (CASE ASAP) to co-host with the Ohio State Alumni Association a conference devoted to sharing the best ideas for improving relations between students and alumni at schools from across the country. The upcoming conference will be held in Columbus, Ohio from Aug....

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Lecture to prompt discussion of Catholic-Jewish relations at SHU
Oct20

Lecture to prompt discussion of Catholic-Jewish relations at SHU

Seton Hall’s Institute for Judeo-Christian Studies will host the 23rd Monsignor Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture to discuss the importance of Nostra Aetate to Catholic-Jewish relations in modern history on Thursday, Nov. 3, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the Beck Rooms of the Walsh Library. The Nostra Aetate is a papal declaration on Catholicism’s relations to other religions, which was declared by Pope Paul VI in 1965. Nostra Aetate is Latin...

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Church’s stance on contraception challenged
Sep28

Church’s stance on contraception challenged

The Wijngaards Institute for Catholic Research is attempting to change the Church’s view on contraceptives. The institute, based in the United Kingdom, opposes the Church’s teaching on such matters as stated in the Church’s  Vatican II document Humanae Vitae (of Human Life). The institute’s case against the Church’s current teachings was released in a document on Sept. 20 at the United Nations. The institute launched its case at a...

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