For Black History Month, the Latino Institute is hosting a panel discussion on diaspora, Black identity, and colorism.
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Discover what the Museum Education track has to offer for current students, alumni, and staff.
Three Museum Professions Alumnae share their experience completing their Master's Theses, highlighting a year of success.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari, Criminal Justice Department, published a Historical Dictionary of American Criminal Justice.
Professors Lauren Snowdon and Maggie McNiece served as on-set consultants to Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart in The Upside.
WSOU 89.5 FM offers a new speaker series that brings alumni back to campus to share their experiences and tips with students.
Four aspiring East European writers will read excerpts from their recent published and unpublished work.
The Classical Concert Series will kick off the 2019 SOMA Film Festival with two silent films and live scoring on 3/19.
Leadership student Audrey Pennington elaborates on her involvement in creating the Institute's new leadership podcast.
In honor of Black History Month, "Thank God For Monday" aired a special interview with the Rev. Dr. Forrest Pritchett.
The associate professor of biblical studies was interviewed by a television talk show about his new book, The Gospel of Luke.
Prof. Melinda Papaccio, who teaches in the English Dept. and the Core, took her students to the IThirst program in Stirling.
NJBIZ recognizes five alumnae leaders who shape their organizations, industries and New Jersey's economic landscape.
The Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute is co-sponsoring a two-day symposium on Jews in 19th century Italy.
WSOU student staff members Alicia Campos and Wilnir Louis reported live from the 2019 Times Square New Year's Eve Ball Drop.
"Thank God For Monday" will air a special hour-long interview with the Rev. Dr. Forrest Pritchett on February 16.
Jeanne Brasile, the director of the Walsh Gallery, will present at the College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference.
Kim Jenkins will discuss why we wear what we wear, uncovering what dress and self-fashioning makes possible in everyday life.
EDST 3900, a new 3-credit travel abroad course, provides Seton Hall students with firsthand insights into Japanese schooling.
In Core II, students read the prison journal of Perpetua, along with probably one or more optional writings.
Fiction writer Weike Wang will read on Tuesday, March 5th at 6:00 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
Poet Angela Alaimo O'Donnell will read on Tuesday, February 5th at 6 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
Core II classes begin by reading Plato's Crito, along with one of two New Testament texts, one of these being 1 John.
The theme of the two-day event is "Afflicted Bodies, Affected Societies: Disease and Wellness in Historical Perspective."
Pirate Sports Network and CommArts alumnus John Fanta '17 walks on the sidelines as a sportscaster for the Big East Network.