On Sunday, April 27, alumni, faculty and staff of the Seton Hall
University Honors Program gathered to welcome the program's graduating
seniors into the ranks of alumni. The group gathered at Giorgio's
Ristorante in South Orange to celebrate the class of 2014 and their
Father John Ranieri, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the
University Honors Program, had high praise for this particular group of
graduating seniors. "This class of Honors students was a joy to teach,"
said Ranieri. "I've gotten to know some of them fairly well over the
past four years, and I will genuinely miss them after they leave Seton
Hall. As sorry as I am to see them go, I also know that they have much
to offer the world."
The University Honors Program is housed in the College of Arts and
Sciences and presents students with a challenging, yet enlightening,
breadth of coursework.
Dermot Quinn, Professor of History and Associate Director of the
University Honors Program, also had great things to say about the
soon-to-be alumni. "They have made the most of their rich diversity of
talents, showing themselves ready to be challenged academically and
spiritually, growing in intellectual ability and in depth of wisdom and
This group of graduating seniors makes up the newest members of the
University Honors Program Alumni Club. The club hosts periodic reunions
and networking events, including one during Seton Hall Weekend. Alumni
of the program have a special affinity for the faculty and their former
classmates, making their alumni network a strong one. If you are
interested in becoming involved with the University Honors Alumni Club,
contact Robert Mayers at Robert.Mayers@shu.edu or at (973) 378-9821.
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