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In Journey of Transformation, many students read Plato's Allegory of the Cave, which depicts the ascent from illusion to truth.
Are you interested in studying or working abroad? Come and hear our Globetrotters who recently have done so in many countries.
World-class soloists, groundbreaking art exhibitions, and Grammy award-winning musicians highlight this fall’s showcase.
The Catholic Studies Program along with the Department of Religion proudly present, "Can a Catholic Critique of "Throwaway Culture" Pull Politics From The Brink?", on October 8, 2019 at 3 p.m.
Buccino Leaders learn about true servant-leadership in Limerick, Ireland through the College of Arts and Sciences.
Seven students visited Paris, France during a study abroad trip to learn more about the function and design of museums.
Writer Maria Kuznetsova explores a young immigrant's search for home in her much-talked about debut novel Oksana, Behave!
Students toured the Google Headquarters in NY and the NJ State House in Trenton through the boot camps, held over the summer.
For 25 years, Walsh Library has stood as the cornerstone of Seton Hall’s pursuit of reason within our Catholic values.
On Tuesday August 27, we had an "Opening Charge to the Core" by Dr. J. Michael Stebbins, visiting Toth-Lonergan scholar.
Museum Professions students used the Walsh Gallery to put museum theory into action, discovering how legal and ethical issues can affect exhibits while participating in an art installation project.
Reflect on the 400th anniversary of the landing of enslaved Africans in Virginia on Friday August 30 at 12 noon on the Green.
Using her skills as an anthropologist, Rhonda Quinn, Ph.D., helps shed light on the identity of a long-buried New York woman.
The exhibition explores human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as creative action and critical inquiry.
Recent graduate Santiago Losada received a Fulbright Award to teach English and conduct a research project in Moldova.
Office of International Programs relaunches their #hallabroad travel photo contest on social media.
Heidi Campbell, renowned author of over 90 articles and books on media and religion, featured in newly published podcast.
Sister Bosco Amakwe, teacher in the Core and the Department of Communication, invites Core Director to ordination in Nigeria.
After winning in 2016, WSOU was again named a finalist for the NAB's Marconi Award for Best College Radio Station in America.
Mark B. Schlemmer was selected to serve as a social media journalist for the AAM’s Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo.
Katie Himics reflects on her experience as a museum educator at the Newark Museum, the birthplace of modern museum education theory.
Discover what the Museum Management track has to offer for current students, alumni and staff.
Agnes “Tracy” Hooper Gottlieb ’75 reflects on her service to students as she moves back to full professor.
Rev. Dr. Forrest Pritchett read the Emancipation Proclamation at Juneteenth celebrations in Morris County on June 8th.