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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.

Rembrandt Lecture

Distinguished art historian Dr. Barbara Gaehtgens lectures on Rembrandt's early work, The Abduction of Ganymede.

Poetry-in-the-Round Readings

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.

Moving Forward

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.

Latinization in U.S.

Joseph A. Unanue Institute Presents:Hispanic New York and the Latinization of the United States.

Scholarship Blast!

A digest of scholarships with upcoming deadlines.

A Life Beyond Limits

Dorothea Lange, iconic photographer and woman pioneer!

Political Protest in Putin's Russia

Dr. Troy McGrath will provide an expert analysis and an eyewitness account of the recent political protests in Russia.

Spring 2012 Tutoring

Spring 2012 tutoring schedules.

SHU Choir Performs with NJ State Opera

SHU Chamber Choir joins Maestro Jason Tramm for launch of NJ State Opera season on January 29 at Clifton's Aprea Theatre.

The Guiding Light

David Grier of NYU will speak about controlling and characterizing the microscopic world with computational holography.

PR Students Present Plans to NJPAC

Four Seton Hall students presented strategic public relations plans to NJPAC top management.

José Manuel Prieto on PRI

Professor José Manuel Prieto on the English translation of the late Guillermo Rosales’s novel The Halfway House.

Holiday Concert with SHU Orchestra and Choirs a Success

Seton Hall University Orchestra and Choirs Play to Capacity Audience at SOPAC.

Chamber Music Celebrating Italy

SHU's Classical Series to feature guitarist Emaluele Segre and Brooklyn Chamber Music Society in an Italian program.

Auditions for Baby the Musical

Auditions are being held December 12 and 13 from 7-9 p.m. in the Corrigan Hall Chorus Room. Bring your own sheet music to sing 16 bars from.

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