‘Who created ‘Rosie the Riveter?’ The famed World War II-era propaganda artwork encouraging women to join the workforce in place of men shipping out to war, and the artist behind the work, is the center of one Seton Hall professor’s recent research.
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Anane Peak, a chef at Seton Hall’s dining hall since fall 2021, has made an impact on students through his feature station: “Something Special.”
Director Denis Villeneuve’s version of Frank Herbert’s novel “Dune” was released on Oct. 22 to many Seton Hall students’ excitement.
Paul “Paulie” Santoro, a professional “Rocket League” player and a member of Seton Hall’s esports team, is prepared for an ambitious gaming tournament season.
After being named executive director of Light Opera of New Jersey, Dr. Jason Tramm, Seton Hall’s director of choral activities, said he is looking towards a bright future for music.