How to manage a healthy life on campus
Jan19

How to manage a healthy life on campus

With the many responsibilities that come with the role of a college student, maintaining a healthy lifestyle may not exactly be number one on the list of priorities. Luckily, tips and small changes can make this process possible. Diane Lynch, director of health services at Seton Hall, offered her advice on how this can be done. To get into the swing of things, four components make up a healthy lifestyle, exercise, diet, rest, and time...

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Student searches career opportunities at Google
Oct19

Student searches career opportunities at Google

This summer, student Andrew Aguilera spent four days in Mountain View, Cali. attending Google’s Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Immersion program. He was one of 70 students across the country to receive the opportunity to see firsthand how a universally known company like Google operates. According to their website, the program gives students the opportunity to engage themselves in a culture where great...

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Alumni relations spreads Pirate pride
Sep29

Alumni relations spreads Pirate pride

Bar Anticipation was bursting with Pirate Pride on Saturday, June 25 for the Young Alumni Summer Reunion in Lake Como, N.J. – the first alumni event the class of 2016 could partake in.   Bar Anticipation – more commonly know as Bar A – hosted the long-standing event, the first of which took place 33 years ago, said Daniela Gloor, the assistant director of Student and Young Alumni Programs. The reunion was created to engage as...

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Making a difference: From small town to Uganda
Sep21

Making a difference: From small town to Uganda

Clare Byrne, a Seton Hall alumna ‘12 living in Uganda, lights up with passion when she speaks about her mission to help children with disabilities. Byrne grew up in Berkeley Heights, NJ about 25 minutes from Seton Hall. Growing up, she saw her sister, who had disabilities, work with therapists who had a positive impact on her. She knew she wanted to have an impact on children’s lives in the same way. Becoming an occupational therapist...

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