SHU ‘farmers and cowmen’ to be friends on SOPAC stage

‘Cain’t say no’ to seeing ‘Oklahoma!’ this weekend

SHU ‘farmers and cowmen’ to be friends on SOPAC stage

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — “Oklahoma!” is undoubtedly one of the most significant plays in the history of American theater. The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic — the duo’s debut collaboration — was among the first productions to incorporate song and dance into a coherent story when it opened on Broadway in 1943. Since then the show […]

Seton Hall plans for the 24th Evening of Roses

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Father Lawrence E. Frizzell, will be honored for a lifetime of work and scholarship, receiving the first ever Sister Rose Thering Fund Award in Jewish-Christian Understanding on Sunday, May 7, at the 24th annual Evening of Roses fundraiser at Seton Hall University. Frizzell is director and associate professor of the Jewish-Christian […]

Seton Hall med school appoints founding board of governors

NUTLEY / CLIFTON / SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The new Seton Hall – Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine has appointed its founding board of governors, an assembly that harnesses the expertise of a wide array of prominent leaders from throughout the public and private sectors to help guide the school, slated to open in 2018. […]

Scientist to speak at SHU symposium for a an AIDS cure strategy

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Department of Biological Sciences at Seton Hall University will be holding its 10th annual Biological Sciences Symposium as part of the Petersheim Exposition on April 20. This event is open to all members of the university community and their invited guests. It will start with a student poster session at […]

Tauriello and others inducted into WSOU Hall of Fame

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — On Saturday, April 8, more than 125 members of the Seton Hall University community gathered on the school’s South Orange campus to celebrate the induction of three new members into the WSOU Hall of Fame. Inducted into the legendary station’s Hall of Fame were New Jersey Devils sportscaster Matt Loughlin, iconic […]

‘Samba,’ hear an ethnomusicologist

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute at Seton Hall University is collaborating with the Department of History, Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program, and the Petersheim Academic Exposition to host a lecture by ethnomusicologist and percussionist Philip Galinsky on Wednesday, April 19, from 12:30 to 1:45 .m. in Stafford Hall, Room […]

WSOU to induct 3 new members into its Hall of Fame

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — WSOU 89.5 FM, Seton Hall University’s student-run radio station, is welcoming three new inductees into the legendary station’s Hall of Fame: sportscaster Matt Loughlin ’79, traffic reporter Pete Tauriello ’76 and engineer Richard Koziol. In addition, George Roskos ’09 will be presented with the station’s Distinguished Young Alumnus Award. The honorees […]

AK Foundation celebrates commitment of SHU student first responders

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — A charity in honor of the victims of the Seton Hall residence hall fire donated $22,500 to enable scholarships for Seton Hall students who are devoting their lives to careers as first responders. The donation was presented by Jason Tarantino, Mike Merizio and Jim Merizio to Tracy Gottlieb, vice president of […]

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