|The Film "Mothers of Bedford"|
Mothering can be difficult at the best of times, but imagine trying to raise your children from prison.
|News For All The People|
A book presentation and lecture by renowned journalist and author Juan Gonzales.
|Exclusive Trip to Goya Foods|
Join us for an exclusive trip to Goya Foods.
|Select Trip to El Museo del Barrio|
Join us for a select trip to El Museo del Barrio.
|The New Latina’s Bible|
Reality Shows, Twitter and Life Beyond College.
|Elementary School Students Take ‘S.T.E.P.S.’ in the Right Direction|
Local families are encouraged to get healthy with sudent-run program.
Italian-studies: Scholarly discussions in any field of Italian studies.
|March Scholarship Blast|
Scholarships with deadlines coming up in March, April and May.
|Distinguished Philosophy Lecture|
On March 1, Dr. Moody-Adams, Columbia University, will speak on "The Enigma of Forgiveness."
|Italian Diplomacy in the Renaissance|
Come hear Professor Isabella Lazzarini from the University of Molise, Italy share her expertise on Italian Diplomacy.
|Love, Hate, and Propaganda|
Professor Maxim Matusevich is in a new CBC TV documentary called Love, Hate and Propaganda during the Cold War.
|Vote for WSOU|
Seton Hall's Pirate Radio has been nominated for MTVU Woodie Award. We need your vote! Deadline: 2/27 at 12 noon.
|Seton Hall Basketball Takes 'S.T.E.P.S.'|
S.T.E.P.S. will host 50/50 raffle at the men’s basketball game against in-state rival Rutgers at 5 p.m. this Saturday!
|English Professor Wins Grant|
Associate Professor of English Nathan Oates won a grant to fund the writing of his novel.
|A&S Series Features CNN Documentary|
Join the College of Arts and Sciences for “The Challenges of Covering Science and Health” on Tuesday, 2/28.
|Catholics in the Public Square|
M. Cathleen Kaveny of Notre Dame Law School and Department of Theology will examine the role of Catholicism in politics.
|Richard Goode at SOPAC|
Acclaimed concert pianist Richard Goode to appear on the SHU Classical Series at SOPAC.
Distinguished art historian Dr. Barbara Gaehtgens lectures on Rembrandt's early work, The Abduction of Ganymede.
In Spring 2012, Poetry-in-the-Round will host readings by Ben Lerner, Carolyn Forche and Jess Row.
|Adventures of a Siberian Geologist|
Adventures of a Siberian Geologist, presentation by Dr. Alexander Prusevich, from the University of New Hampshire.
The Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program (PMPDPP) 2011-12 Freshmen Class Embraces the Challenge!
Sybille Pearson’s Musical Baby will be performed at the South Orange Performing Arts Center.
|Italy Study Abroad|
This course, Philanthropy and Christianity, will fulfill the Signature Course III, Engaging the World requirement.
|Rembrandts for Tractors|
Dr. Elena Osokina, Professor of History at the University of South Carolina, will speak on March 22 at 6:30 p.m.
|Radio in Nazi Period|
Applications of historical lessons to the situation of ordinary people, and especially youth, will be considered in two workshops.
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