The Seton Hall Arts Council has renewed its partnership with the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) for the eighteenth season in a row.
Arts and Culture News
A Seton Hall professor has returned with even more confidence in the ability of interreligious and interethnic dialogue to foster peace and justice.
Wang Fang-yu, a professor with an innovative approach to Chinese language, calligraphy, and connoisseurship amassed a collection whose impact continues to echo through the generations.
Nearly 200 gathered to explore and learn about current best practices in the social welfare and social justice paradigm of what the social work profession calls "restorative justice."
The Lonergan Institute appointed scholar of Catholic philosophy and theology Jonathan Heaps, Ph.D., as its new Director and editor of The Lonergan Review.
At 6:30 p.m., Thursday, November 30, 2023, in Fahy Hall Room 236, the Slavic Club will be showcasing the popular movie: Ivan Vasilyevich Changes His Profession.
Professor Sam Scheffler of New York University will deliver the next installment of the Philosophers Speak lecture series, "Existential Catastrophe," on Wednesday, 12/6 at 5 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
The use of augmented reality storytelling brings Seton Hall history to life, presenting 3D images of objects housed in the Gallery and Archives & Special Collections in meaningful spots across campus.
At 6:30 p.m., Thursday, November 9, in Jubilee Auditorium, the Seton Hall Dance Team & Slavic Club are cosponsoring the lively Cossack Dance Performance and Workshop.
On Thursday, December 7, 2023 at 11 a.m. in Bethany Hall, renowned economist and Nobel laureate Edmund Phelps will deliver a lecture and book signing on his latest work, "My Journeys in Economic Theory".
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute, under the leadership of Cristina Cosme, guides 6 Latin Seton Hall University students in a prestigious statewide fellowship under CHPRD.
Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Seton Hall’s student-run radio station WSOU 89.5 FM has been selected as “College Station of the Year” by the National Association of Broadcasters.
Seton Hall University's Catholic Studies Program invites you to travel back in time to more deeply appreciate the past and present as you tour Sicily, the Amalfi Coast, and Rome.
College Dean cites interdisciplinary approach to education as the Solution. Dean Bryan Crable is thinking about color, opportunity, and how we as a society conceptualize race, racism, and privilege.
Seton Hall families are ready to share Thanksgiving with students who are far from home, as a special holiday tradition returns.
Asian Studies Homecoming event highlighted the experiences guest speakers had in the Seton Hall University Asian Studies Program and how it positively impacted their lives.