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Talk Back About Resurrection Blues

Join us after Friday's performance for a Talk Back Session with acclaimed faculty Dr. C. Carter and Prof. A. DePalma.

Faculty Jazz Ensemble Concert

The Faculty Jazz Ensemble, along with guest artists, will present a concert entitled "Jazz Through the Ages."

International Vocal Competition

Rising Stars Perform at Grand Finals Vocal Competition on April 22

Great Lecture by Dr. John Wargacki

Join us for The Life and Poetry of Czeslaw Milosz, a lecture by Dr. John Wargacki.

April/May Scholarship Blast

A digest of scholarships with deadlines in April and May.

Calling All Arts and Sciences Alumni!

Join us for our annual Alumni Wine Tasting on Earth Day. Register now!

Resurrection Blues

Don't miss Arthur Miller's play, directed by Deirdre Yates at SOPAC.

Women and Religious Liberty

Angela Carmella, professor of law at Seton Hall Law School, will give a lecture on the First Amendment and issues of particular relevance to women.

Petersheim Expo

Celebrate the exciting scholarly achievements of our students at the week-long Petersheim Academic Expo.

TEDxSetonHall 2012 Conference

What are your “ideas worth spreading?” Find out at the TEDxSetonHall 2012 Conference.

Scholarships Open

The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute is now offering two scholarship opportunities for students.

World War II and its Aftermath

New book acquisitions in the Walsh Library chronicle the tumultuous period between 1940 and 1945 in Italy.


Author Jess Row reads at SHU on Wednesday, April 4, at 7 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery.

Japan Week 2012

Crisis to Opportunity: Building a New Global Community

Nuestra Voz

A panel discussion on the impact of Latinos on the 2012 election.

Retrieving the Flag

Robert Nathan speaks on Race, Revolution and the Politics of Memory in Cuba,1939-1959, on April 10 at 4 p.m.

Script-as-Lit Reads "Sure Thing"

Join us for this short comedy about awkward conversations between the sexes! Will Bill and Betty figure out what to say?

Travel Writing in Italy this summer

Travel to Rome, Siena and Florence, while studying the genre and history of Travel Writing.

Scientific Publishing Made Easy

Everything you always wanted to know about scientific publishing but forgot to ask.

West Point Jazz Knights Army Band

The Arts Council Jazz 'n the Hall series will present the Jazz Knights at SOPAC.

Rembrandts for Tractors

Join us for a lecture by Dr. Elena Osokina, University of South Carolina.

MHA Welcomes 3 Learning Teams

MHA Welcomes Learning Teams 28, 30, 32 for On-Campus Residencies!

A&S Info Session: May 3, 2012

Interested in one of our graduate degrees or certificates? Join us for an A&S info session on Thursday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m.

Jazz up the Start of Spring

Celebrate the start of spring in Jubilee Hall on March 27 at 5 p.m.

Cuban Theater Today

Conversations with Pedro Monge Rafuls, playwright and Omar Valiño, theater critic. Conducted in Spanish.

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