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Professor Dermot Quinn’s “Seton Hall University: A History, 1856-2006”By Dareen Abukwaik | May 6
History Professor Dermot Quinn celebrated the publication of his latest book, “Seton Hall University: A History, 1856-2006,” in Bethany Hall on May ...
AFAM protesters link arms, block South Orange and Ward gatesBy Emma Thumann | May 5
Africana Studies protestors have blocked off both the South Orange Avenue and Ward Avenue entrances this afternoon on campus.
Interim Director of Africana Studies releases a statement in support of Protect AFAMBy Dareen Abukwaik | May 4
Reverend Forrest Pritchett, the Interim Director of Africana studies and the special assistant to the Provost, released a statement this evening in support ...
Four students receive Servant Leader Scholar AwardsBy Meredith Mutter | May 7
Four Seton Hall students received awards for their service ventures at a ceremony held on April 3 at Bethany Hall.
Fouratt, Busetto Take Pitch for Last Time as Pirates Compete in Big East ChampionshipBy Staff Writer | Apr. 20
The Hall finished 5th of 6th over the course of the tournament.
Beyond the numbers with Joseph KajonBy Kimberly Fallas | May 27
From being a member of the Student Activities Board and the Buccino Leadership Institute to becoming a tutor in residence for all math courses and member of the Student Alumni Association, Joseph Kajon, a senior math major, is ready for his next chapter after graduating from Seton Hall.