WOEA, WOSF to honor Galante brothers

WOEA, WOSF to honor Galante brothers

WEST ORANGE, NJ — The West Orange Education Association and the West Orange Scholarship Fund will honor twin brothers Nick and Pat Galante, who both served in the West Orange School District for 40 or more years. “We are very excited to be working with the West Orange Education Association to honor Pat and Nick […]

Annual Holocaust service moves 2 towns

CHS teachers receive Thering Award for education contributions

Annual Holocaust service moves 2 towns

SOUTH ORANGE / MAPLEWOOD, NJ — The South Orange and Maplewood Interfaith Holocaust Remembrance Committee sponsored the 42nd annual remembrance service at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in South Orange on Sunday, May 5, co-sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ Holocaust Council. The event was co-hosted by the First Presbyterian and Trinity […]

Collum, DDF vie to be president

With less than a week until the election, candidates discuss their visions

Collum, DDF vie to be president

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Residents will vote Tuesday, May 14, for one of two candidates to be village president, choosing between incumbent Sheena Collum and current South Orange Trustee Deborah Davis Ford. Collum is running for her second term as village president, and Davis Ford has served on the Board of Trustees for 12 years. […]

Autism NJ, SHU to partner on public policy initiatives

Autism NJ, SHU to partner on public policy initiatives

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Behavioral Practices in Clinical and School-Based Settings Research Lab, run by Brian Conners, a faculty associate in the Applied Behavior Analysis and special education programs at Seton Hall University, has partnered with Autism New Jersey to research public policy issues impacting individuals with autism and their families throughout the state […]

Rocking on with WSOU 89.5

Pirate Radio continues long legacy of top-notch, original programming

Rocking on with WSOU 89.5

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Pirates and music is an illegal combination just about everywhere except South Orange, where WSOU 89.5 FM, Seton Hall’s Pirate Radio, operates. These pirates are of the collegiate kind, as WSOU is the student-run radio station at Seton Hall University, whose mascot is the Pirate. WSOU has received wide acclaim for […]

Service in El Salvador, a pilgrimage of DOVEs

Service in El Salvador, a pilgrimage of DOVEs

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Division of Volunteer Efforts at Seton Hall University again this year sent students, faculty members and administrators on a service trip to El Salvador. In total, 28 took the journey during spring break 2019, dividing their presence between the towns of San Miguel and Santa Tecla. This year marked the […]

SHU professor wins Andrew Carnegie Fellowship

SHU professor wins Andrew Carnegie Fellowship

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — William J. Connell, professor of history and Joseph M. and Geraldine C. La Motta Chair in Italian Studies, has been selected a 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellow. As a recipient of the so-called “Brainy Award,” the fellowship includes a $200,000 grant to devote significant time to research, writing, and publishing in the […]

Princeton physicist to give Jaki Lecture at Seton Hall

Princeton physicist to give Jaki Lecture at Seton Hall

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Sir Steven C. Cowley, director of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory at Princeton University, will present “Bringing Down the Cost and Scale of Fusion Energy” as the Father Stanley L. Jaki Distinguished Lecture at the 2019 Petersheim Academic Exposition at Seton Hall University on Wednesday, April 24, at 6 p.m. Cowley […]

Inaugural Catholic Writers Retreat to be held at SHU

Inaugural Catholic Writers Retreat to be held at SHU

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Father Peter Stravinskas of the Priestly Society of Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman will host the first-ever Catholic Writers Retreat at Seton Hall University in the interest of teaching fiction and nonfiction writers how to infuse Catholic values and terminology into their work. The retreat, which runs from June 7 to […]

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