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body in prayer
“The Body in Prayer” Lecture

 The Center for Catholic Studies sponsors lecture by Dr. Paul LaChance on April 20 at 5 p.m. in Stafford Hall, Room 111.

Dr. Tramm
SHU Choirs present Spring Concert

The Seton Hall University Choral program presents it's annual Spring Choral Celebration on Thursday, April 30 at Sopac. 

Liberation
Witness to Liberation

Sister Rose Thering Fund to recognize survivors and liberators at 22nd Evening of Roses

Child Learning Lab
The Child Learning Lab is Now Recruiting!

Our developmental studies are designed to be fun, age-appropriate games for children between 0 and 5 years of age.

Cardinal Seán Patrick O'Malley
Boston's Cardinal O'Malley to Give Lecture

Boston's Cardinal Seán Patrick O'Malley lectures on "Pope Francis and the Hispanic Presence in the Church" on April 22.

PSRRA
PRSSA Presents the 9th Annual ROPE In Success

Seton Hall PRSSA has selected published author, professor and journalist Terri McAdoo as the recipient of the ROPE Award

Send Silence Packing
Send Silence Packing

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

James Baker
Climate Expert Baker to Speak

Join the Journal of Diplomacy for a discussion with climate expert D. James Baker. Open to entire Seton Hall Community.

Thomas Hill in Peru
Indelible Memories from Peru

 Graduate student Thomas Hill reflects on his internship with a non-profit and the Quechua weavers of Peru.

SHMS, RELAY
SHMS Relay for Life Teams

Students are raising funds to support the American Cancer Society through the Seton Hall Relay for Life, April 17-18.

CEHS Canford 15-Year Partnership
Seton Hall and Cranford Celebrate 15-Year Partnership

Partnership continues to grow and succeed through the joint commitment of both institutions.

UN SUMMER
Student Researchers Prepare Innovative Studies

Center for UN and Global Governance Studies and Diplomacy graduate students are conducting a pair of research projects

Mary Roberts
Nursing Professor Leads Policy Development at FAANP Meeting

Mary Ellen Roberts, D.N.P. Program Director, Leads Policy Development at the National Level

Brighton Beach
Brighton Beach Trip

Saturday, April 18, 2015, 11:00am-7:00pm, Slavic Club is sponsoring its annual trip to BRIGHTON BEACH, Coney Island, NY

cash and sports
Sports Poll on Benefits for College Athletes

 According to Seton Hall Sports Poll, Americans favoring benefits for college athletes.

SASA formal affair
SASA Formal: A Red Carpet Affair

South Asian Student Association invites you to join their annual formal, A Red Carpet Affair. Come join us for a night of culture, cuisine, and dancing!

backpack
Send Silence Packing Suicide Prevention Exhibit

The suicide prevention exhibit, "Send Silence Packing", will be displayed on the Green Tues., April 7 from 9 am to 5 pm.

Cardinal Egan
Remembering H.E. Edward Cardinal Egan

Archbishop Emeritus of New York and School of Diplomacy Board of Overseers member, H.E. Edward Cardinal Egan, will be remembered fondly by Dean Andrea Bartoli and the Seton Hall community.

Athletic Training video
Love of Sports, Passion for Helping

Mercedes Cunningham, MS'14, ATC, now an Asst. Athletic Trainer at Boston College, came to SHU to follow her dream.

Lucas
Pirate's Eye On Ed Lucas '62

Pirate Press sat down with Ed Lucas '62, a blind, Emmy-winning broadcaster and author

Philosophy
Philosophy Essay Contest

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

Richard Hunter
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.

Discover the Spectrum
Discover the Spectrum

Come to the Main Lounge at 7:30pm on April 8th, for a fun and rewarding night that focuses on raising awareness for autism.

Valentine's Renewal of Wedding Vows in Chapel
5th Annual Irish Mass and Dinner

The PIPE Alumni Club invites you to attend this annual event on campus on the evening of Friday, April 24.

MPA student-Pau
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.

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