SHU alum speaks out for autism awareness
Sep22

SHU alum speaks out for autism awareness

At just 2 and a half years old, Kerry Magro said his first word. At five, he completed his first sentence. At 25, he published his first book that became a bestseller in three days. Magro, an author, professional speaker, nonprofit founder and 2011 Seton Hall alumnus, is on a mission to tell his story. He was diagnosed with autism at four, and he also aims to tell others’ stories similar to his. “The dream was just to get to college...

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Student veterans build network to make each other at home
Mar23

Student veterans build network to make each other at home

Senior Conor Murtagh went through a slight culture shock going from life in the armed forces to Seton Hall. In order to better adjust to life on campus, he reached out to others on campus who might understand his difficulties. “I went from being one of the ‘young guys’ to the oldest student in almost all of my classes,” Murtagh said. Murtagh was an Aircraft Maintainer from 2007-2011, completed a tour in Afghanistan in 2010, and majors...

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Liberal arts majors not taken seriously enough
Oct19

Liberal arts majors not taken seriously enough

The stigma surrounding liberal arts majors became clear to me as early as I started applying to colleges. It was almost as if the world was screaming at me: Liberal arts are fruitless and a waste of your intellect. I was advised by high school teachers and college representatives to pick a major that was more reliable and financially rewarding. The top 10 of my graduating class was defaulting to the mathematics and science tracks....

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SHU Alum: Where are they now?
Sep16

SHU Alum: Where are they now?

At the crossroad of faith and science

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