Team Walker steps up with fundraiser for children
Apr24

Team Walker steps up with fundraiser for children

On April 27, the organization Team Walker will host a 1.5 mile fundraiser walk around the Hudson River called Walk for Team Walker. Alumnus Gabriel Fiore ‘17, Director of Marketing and Communications for Team Walker, explained that the walk is geared toward unifying the community and to raise money for their children’s summer program. “Walk for Team Walker” allows families and friends to enjoy the sights of the Jersey City Waterfront....

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Seton Hall finishes in sixth place at Loyola Intercollegiate
Feb28

Seton Hall finishes in sixth place at Loyola Intercollegiate

Seton Hall had plenty to deal with weather-wise last week, as imminent snowfall, heavy wind and sleet hit the South Orange area. The men’s golf team did not see one inch, however, as it was able to avoid the slew of inclement weather this past weekend when competing in the Loyola Invitational in Goodyear, Ariz. last weekend. Fittingly named Palm Valley Golf Course, known for its rolling hills and diverse terrain, the Pirates embraced...

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Concerned 44 raises new concerns about diversity core
Feb21

Concerned 44 raises new concerns about diversity core

On Feb. 14, the on-campus student activist group the Concerned 44 released a statement on social media accusing Seton Hall administrators of failing to enact the University’s new diversity core properly. The core, which is now a requirement for all incoming Arts and Sciences students, was expected to begin implementation this semester after being approved by the Arts and Sciences faculty in February 2018. According to the video...

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Now is the time to act on climate change, or else
Jan30

Now is the time to act on climate change, or else

When I was born in 1999 in a small town just across the river from Philadelphia, it must’ve seemed to my family that I had a bright future ahead of me. I was being brought into a new millennium propelled by unprecedented economic growth, ever-advancing technology, and a new era of peace ushered in by the end of the Cold War. Americans, by and large, were closing out an era of rapid positive change, eager to see what the year 2000 and...

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Hanlon joins Thering Fund Board of Trustees
Sep06

Hanlon joins Thering Fund Board of Trustees

The Sister Rose Thering Fund for Education in Jewish-Christian Studies has recently added a new Board Chair, Melinda Hanlon, to their Board of Trustees. Melinda Hanlon, M.A. ’08, is taking over Deborah Duane’s chair on the Board of Trustees of the Sister Rose Thering Fund at Seton Hall University. According to Claire Giangreco, the fund’s program manager, Hanlon was appointed head after the term of the previous Board Chair was up....

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Students prepare to apply to School of Medicine
Apr05

Students prepare to apply to School of Medicine

The Hackensack – Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University, the only private medical school in New Jersey, has started accepting applications for the upcoming fall semester. According to Dr. Bonita Stanton, founding dean of the School of Medicine, they have received several hundred applications and plan to receive many more.   “The entire process of creating a school of medicine has been—and remains—exhilarating...

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Swimming and diving looks ahead to spring challenges
Jan24

Swimming and diving looks ahead to spring challenges

In a swimming and diving roster where 24 of the 42 athletes are underclassmen – including 16 of 21 on the women’s team – leadership is needed. With many newcomers and emerging talents eager to take over, the clash of ideology can sometimes occur with juniors and seniors who are established and looking to, in many cases, cap their careers. Despite this gap in age, coach Derek Sapp explained that from seniors to freshmen, the teams have...

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Willard, team eager to be home after tough road trip
Jan18

Willard, team eager to be home after tough road trip

After one of the toughest road trips in college basketball this season, the Seton Hall Pirates will finally return home after playing three games in six days on the move. In addition to falling to a strong Marquette team and a scrappy DePaul squad, the Pirates were defeated in their third and final contest to top-ranked Villanova in a convincing defeat. After the loss to Villanova, head coach Kevin Willard focused on the pleasure of...

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