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Send Silence Packing

Each year, about 1100 college students are lost to suicide - why aren't we talking about it?

3/31/2015
National Criminal Justice Month Commemorated

Students and community members gathered for Facts and Fictions of the Criminal Justice System.

3/31/2015
Brighton Beach Trip

On Saturday, April 18, the Slavic Club will sponsor its annual trip to Brighton Beach.

3/27/2015
Philosophy Essay Contest

The best undergrad essay that addresses some area of philosophical concern will be awarded a cash prize of $250.

3/25/2015
Poland, Europe’s Champion of Economic Growth

SLAVIC Club presents lecture by Dr. Richard Hunter, "How Did Poland Become Europe's Champion of Economic Grow?" on Thursday, April 16th.

3/25/2015
Department of Physics Distinguished Lecture

Professor I. Cevdet Noyan, Columbia University lectures on X-ray Characterization of Nanostructures 

3/23/2015
MPA Student Passes Model Ordinance in Orange

Pau Aragay, a graduate student in an MPA open governance course, helped get a model ordinance passed in the City of Orange.

3/22/2015
Sam Lipsyte Reads at Seton Hall

Acclaimed novelist Sam Lipsyte reads at 7:00 p.m. on April 16th in the Walsh Gallery as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.

3/19/2015
MPA Alum Lands Job at American Cancer Society

Ana Campoverde, a recent MPA Graduate recently received employment at the American Cancer Society.

3/19/2015
Fourth Annual Faculty Talent Show

Faculty perform once again for a charitable cause on March 26th, 6-9, in Pirate's Cove.

3/19/2015
Petersheim Academic Expo Abstract Submissions Now Being Accepted

Calling all students! Abstract submissions have started for the Petersheim Academic Exposition April 20 - 25.

3/17/2015
Fr. Antonio Spadaro, SJ Returns to Seton Hall

 The Department of Catholic Studies is hosting the return of Fr. Antonio Spadaro, SJ. His lecture is on Cybertheology.

3/16/2015
SHU Choirs to perform in Inaugural Festival

The SHU Choirs were invited to perform in the inaugural NJ Intercollegiate Choral Festival on March 28 at Rutgers.

3/14/2015
Conference on Women and Gender

2015 Conference on Women and Gender will feature three sessions, a keynote address by Deborah Gray White and a luncheon.

3/13/2015
Student Presents at Prestigious Conference

Pierce Willans, a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, was one of two students selected to present a paper in Washington, DC.

3/11/2015
WSOU Contributes to Billboard Chart

WSOU is now the only student-run college radio station nationally to contribute to Billboard's Mainstream Rock Chart.

3/11/2015
Greeks and Jews during World War II

The Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program is sponsoring the study day, Greeks & Jews during WWII on April 14, 2015.

3/3/2015
The Rationality of Religious Belief

Philosophers Speak lecture, Dr. Bryan Frances on "Why Philosophers Take Religion Seriously without Evidence".

3/3/2015
Rabbi Carter to Lecture at Seton Hall

Rabbi Carter of Park Slope Jewish Center in Brooklyn to speak on Sustainability during Shmita or the Sabbath Year.

3/3/2015
NASA-SHU Summer 2015 Fellowships

Professor Sahiner (PI) confirms Seton Hall has been awarded 10 undergraduate student research fellowships for Summer 2015 NASA Fellowships.

3/2/2015
Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute Turns 10

Join the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute in celebrating its 10th anniversary with a series of events.

3/2/2015
Gevirtz Named Senior Editor of Int'l Journal

Professor Karen Gevirtz is named senior editor of the 18th-century section of the academic journal, Literature Compass.

2/27/2015
Upcoming Women’s Studies Talk

Come hear Dr. Melissa Estes Blair answer the question: "Was Your Mom a Feminist?"

2/27/2015
Author Lev Golinkin at Seton Hall

Writer Lev Golinkin presents his acclaimed new memoir "A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka"

2/26/2015
Easter Egg Decorating Workshop

Join the Slavic Club to learn the ancient art of decorating Easter Eggs: March 19th, 2015, 6:30pm, in A&S 110.

2/26/2015
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