EO, SO residents honored with Legends Awards

EO, SO residents honored with Legends Awards

NEWARK, NJ — The Essex County Division of Senior Services hosted the 10th annual Essex County Older Americans Heritage Month Celebration on Wednesday, May 11, in The Priory restaurant in Newark. During the ceremony, Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. presented Essex County Legends Awards to East Orange resident Inez Rosalie Alick Elliott and South […]

Soon-to-be Seton Hall graduate makes mark in environmental stewardship

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Among Seton Hall’s Class of 2016 is Andriana Fragola, who will graduate with a degree in environmental studies and minors in psychology and anthropology. Her time as a Pirate has been marked by the discovery of her passion for protecting the environment and opportunities to put her environmentalism into practice. “I […]

Trivium stops by to take over WSOU

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — On their way from Florida to the Playstation Theater in New York City earlier this week, Trivium, a heavy metal band, drove its tour bus onto the campus of Seton Hall University for a takeover and interview on WSOU 89. FM. The band discussed its latest album, social media trends, the […]

Stillman student is named a winner in UPitchNJ competition

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Sophomore Ryan Skolnick represented Seton Hall University in the first ever statewide collegiate business model competition and came home with a win. Skolnick, who competed against student teams from universities throughout the state, was awarded the second-place prize for AVEHO, which aims to teach students foreign languages in a video-game format. […]

South Orange Seniors, SHU collaborate on documentary

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Cross-generational connections and inspirational perspectives were shared with the presentation of “SIX,” a documentary film created and edited by Seton Hall University students and featuring six South Orange seniors, that debuted at the South Orange Performing Arts Center on May 1. The project was as a partnership between local nonprofit South […]

Four women honored for carrying on Sister Rose’s legacy

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Seton Hall University’s Sister Rose Thering Fund for Education in Jewish-Christian Studies marked the 10-year anniversary of the death of its namesake at its annual Evening of Roses fundraiser by recognizing four women who similarly made a difference through their advocacy and toil, including one mother who has dedicated herself to […]

Seton Hall participates in National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Crime can happen to anyone no matter their age, sex, race or financial status. Crime does not discriminate. Seton Hall University participated in National Crime Victims’ Rights Week earlier this month to bring attention to the rights and services available to victims of crime. Professor John M. Paitakes, from the Criminal […]

Seton Hall honors students for service at home and around the world

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Five Seton Hall University students were honored for their exceptional service and dedication as servant leaders in areas throughout the world, including Brazil, Ecuador, El Salvador, Haiti, Guatemala, Colorado, West Virginia and local New Jersey communities at Seton Hall’s 12th annual Servant Leader Awards on April 12. These servant leaders include […]

Maplewood student exhibits gritty photos at SHU’s Walsh

Maplewood student exhibits gritty photos at SHU’s Walsh

SOUTH ORANGE / MAPLEWOOD, NJ — Some of the brightest stars in Seton Hall University’s arts program have an opportunity to shine in the Walsh Gallery’s all-student art exhibition, “Vividly Obscure,” which opened April 4; pieces were selected by a panel of professional artists for inclusion in the exhibit, and one local student received special […]