The New York Public Library selected All-American Boys for its Teen Banned Book Club. The novel, a New York Times Best Seller, was co-written by Brendan Kiely, a Writer-in-Residence at Seton Hall.
To celebrate Black History Month and encourage community partnerships, Seton Hall members participated in the Newark Museum of Art (NMOA) event "Art After Dark: College Night" on February 1.
Slavic Club will be hosting a lecture, "History of the Russian Ballet" by Irina Kazakevich, Ph.D. Slavic food will be served! All are welcome!
Seton Hall’s newest cultural organization, the Albanian Student Organization (ASO), was proud to be represented at the Involvement Fair on the South Orange campus in January.
On Sunday, February 4th, Seton Hall University partnered with South Orange Maplewood Cross Cultural Works to sponsor Lunar Fest NJ 2024 at The Woodland in Maplewood, N.J.
The first Poetry-in-the-Round reading of the spring semester will bring the acclaimed novelist and playwright Julia May Jonas to campus on Thursday, February 15 at 7 p.m. in the Beck Rooms in the
Slavic Club will be showcasing the famous Polish drama movie, “Ogniem i Mieczem." It’s an epic story about the Ukrainian uprising against the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth magnates in the 17 century.
Seton Hall received a trove of Seton family papers from the Sisters of Charity of New York, and the donation provides a new glimpse into the life of Elizabeth Ann Seton.
The Undergraduate Diplomacy Student Association (UDSA) led a trip to the Oslo Freedom Forum hosted by the Human Rights Foundation (HRF) in New York City.
A Contemporary African Spirituality exhibit opening at Walsh Gallery curated by Atim Annette Oton and featuring more than 25 artists working abroad and in the United States.
Professional basketball announcer and current analyst for ESPN and NBA on ABC, Doris Burke will visit Seton Hall and speak with former ESPN and Fox Sports commentator, Bob Picozzi '72.
Registration opens for sixth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Symposium, featuring Columbia University's celebrated scholar and author, Obery Hendricks.
Join us at Graduate Open House on Saturday, February 24, to explore over 90 innovative programs, connect with faculty, meet other students, and discover your path to success.
Alumna Cristina Cosme named the Associate Director of the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute.
The Toth-Lonergan Visiting Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies for the Center for Catholic Studies delivered this fall’s public lecture, “Communication, Cosmopolis, and Contemporary Education."
Proposals are being accepted for the annual Seton Hall University Conference on Women and Gender.