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Emergency Notification Systems Test

Seton Hall University will be conducting a live test of its Emergency Siren and PirateAlert Notification System.

SHU Mens Basketball Freshmen
Seton Hall Mens Basketball Newcomers

Pirate Sports Network's latest men's basketball feature on introduces Pirate fans to freshmen.

Members of the South Orange Rescue Squad with Tracy Gottlieb and Patrick Linfante
Seton Hall Donates to SO Rescue Squad

The University gives back to the South Orange Rescue Squad for their work to keep the campus community safe.

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Seton Hall to Co-sponsor Science Symposium

Seton Hall will co-sponsor NYAS' Click Chemistry in Biology and Medicine symposium, being held on September 15 in NYC.

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Speaking Up to Prevent Medical Errors

Video: The story of 18-month-old Josie King, who died from medical errors. Her mother, Sorrel, speaks at Seton Hall 9/17.

Fr. John Butler, M.A./ M.D.M. ’14
Pirate's Eye On Fr. John Butler

Former corporate attorney Fr. John Butler, M.A./M.D.M.'14 discusses his transition from the courtroom to the seminary.

Anne Chavez, Class of 2104
Student Wins Intern Award

Anne Chavez, Class of 2014, Receives NJCEIA Student of the Year Award

Volleyball Team Helps with 2014 Move-in Day
Pirates Lend Hand on Move In Day

Seton Hall student-athletes and members of the athletics department assisted with 2014 Seton Hall Move In Day

Welcome to Starfish Early Alert

The Starfish Early Alert System provides you with one central location to find campus resources to help you succeed.

Seminary Classroom
Theology Faculty & Administration News

Learn about the service and professional activities of the Seminary faculty and administration.

National Yoga Month

Find out more about the health benefits of yoga and join a class on the Green.

Victor Manosalvas
Looking to Build On Summer Success

Redshirt senior Victor Manosalvas named MVP of the NPSL while leading Red Bulls to league title.

Cynthia Sularz
Diplomacy Junior at Int'l Summit

Diplomacy and Modern Languages major Cynthia Sularz is the U.S. representative to the G(irls)20 Summit in Australia.

Modern Catholicism Lecture Series

Join us on September 8 for the first 2014 Fall lecture, "Anxious Hearts and Wounded Lives. The Place of the New Sacred." by Fr. Paul Murray O.P.

Dr. Catherine Trader
Pearls of Wisdom

A clinical preceptor for the Physician Assistant program, Dr. Catherine Trader teaches students about following their instincts.

Arcadia-Catholic Studies Student Journal
Catholic Studies Student Journal

New Issue of Arcadia-Catholic Studies Student Journal is Published

Students in a Residence Hall
First 56 Days!

Check out all the exciting activities happening in the first few weeks of your college career!

Kaitlin Oyer and Armaan Gandhi
Graduate Becomes Tech Entrepreneur

Class of 2014 graduate Armaan Gandhi moves back to hometown in India to become co-founder of a new company.

Tech Bytes
Faculty Tech Bytes

New this fall from the TLT Center – Faculty Tech Bytes!

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Introducing the Sophomore Center

The Sophomore Center provides students with support and guidance throughout their second year at Seton Hall.

The Chesterton Review
The Chesterton Review

The Chesterton Review in Chronicles Magazine.

Service Trip Interest Meeting

Want to volunteer in Haiti or El Salvador over winter/spring break? Interest meeting: Tues., 9/9, 7 p.m., Chancellor's Suite.

Voices of the Hall
National Speaker Series Launched

Seton Hall announces the launch of a new speaker series bringing events to alumni and parents throughout the country.

Randy Marti and students
Giving Back to the Profession

Fieldwork educator and alumnus Randy Marti helps OT students take classroom knowledge into real-world clinical settings.

Expansion to Washington, D.C.
Semester in Washington, D.C.

The School of Diplomacy and International Relations' Washington Internship program is now open to all SHU students.

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Quick Quotes
Yeomin Yoon

Finance Professor Yeomin Yoon discusses how globalizing China could benefit the world. 

Yeomin Yoon
Stillman School of Business
China Daily
Mark Denbeaux

A study led by Prof. Mark Denbeaux sheds light on the U.S. prisoner swap with the Taliban.

Mark Denbeaux
Professor of Law
The Washington Post
Mark Denbeaux

Prof. Mark Denbeaux on research into released Guantanamo prisoners returning to battle. 

Mark Denbeaux
Professor, Law School
NBC News

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