Matusevich published in literary magazines
Jan25

Matusevich published in literary magazines

Dr. Maxim Matusevich, a Seton Hall professor and director of the Russian and East European Studies program, recently had his narrative, The Road to Battambang published in the nationally acclaimed literary magazines the New England Review and The Kenyon Review. The Road to Battambang centers around a French-Cambodian woman whose comfortable life dramatically changes when she returns to her country of origin, Cambodia. She reencounters...

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SHU students strenghten their faith with RCIA
Sep22

SHU students strenghten their faith with RCIA

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is “a way in which people can become full, active members of the Catholic Church in adulthood, according to RCIA’s website. The program began at Seton Hall on Sunday, Sept. 17. This program gives students the opportunity to join the Catholic community through baptism or continue strengthening their Catholic beliefs through the completion of the Rites of Initiation after baptism and...

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Religious acceptance felt at SHU
Jan20

Religious acceptance felt at SHU

Although Islamophobia and anti-Muslim sentiments are becoming increasingly heightened in the United States, some Muslim students attending Seton Hall stated that they feel welcomed and respected at the University. Of course, coming from a religion outside the Catholic tradition of Seton Hall presents certain special challenges. The University requires all students to study the Bible in specific courses. Some Muslim students...

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Freshman class grows, statistics rise
Sep10

Freshman class grows, statistics rise

  This year’s average SAT score submitted by freshman applicants was a record high for Seton Hall coming in at 1144, an increase of 14 points from last year’s score of 1130. This incoming class’ collective score derives from the SAT sections of mathematics and critical reading. Distinguishing themselves from upperclassmen, the freshmen class also applied to Seton Hall with higher GPAs. According to Vice President of Enrollment...

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