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 […]

Women who make a difference to be recognized in memory of Sister Rose Thering

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Writer activist Devorah Halberstam will share her poignant story of the terrorist attack that took her 16-year-old son, Ari, at the 23rd annual Evening of Roses fundraiser at Seton Hall University on Sunday, May 1. Her life’s transformation, motivated by the memory of her son, led her to support victims the […]

Finalists selected for Seton Hall sustainable development challenge

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The United Nations is getting help achieving its Sustainable Development Goals from the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University and high school students around the world. As part of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations’ U.N. Sustainable Development Challenge, 10 finalists have been selected from a […]

SHU chorus performs spring choral celebration

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The Seton Hall University Choral Program, under the direction of Jason C. Tramm, will perform works of Handel, Randall Thompson, Stephen Paulus, Ernani Aguiar, Moses Hogan and a complete performance of Ola Gjeilo’s “Sunrise Mass” with a string ensemble on Wednesday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. at SOPAC in South Orange. […]

SHU’s Division of Volunteer Efforts partners with South Orange Seniors for second senior gala

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — More than 125 South Orange senior citizens gathered for the Division of Volunteer Efforts and South Orange Seniors’ second senior gala on April 10. The Cotton Ball Gala, named for the traditional second anniversary gift of cotton, featured dancing, musical entertainment, refreshments and a food drive benefiting Our Lady of Sorrows […]

Celebrate Earth Week with the Seton Hall University Ecology Club

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Join Seton Hall University’s celebration during the week of April 18 through 22, as the university brings the campus community together to inspire change and action, to address local and global environmental issues. There will be educational programs, contests, games and outdoor fun for everyone. Participants are invited to plant seeds […]

WSOU inducts new members into Hall of Fame

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Seton Hall University’s WSOU welcomes Bernie Wagenblast ’78 and Bob Picozzi ’72 to its Hall of Fame and presents a new award to Stephanie Wightman ’08, the WSOU Distinguished Young Alumna. Honorees will be inducted April 14; ceremonies will be held in the fourth-floor atrium of Seton Hall University’s Jubilee Hall […]