The tragic events at Duffy's Cut uncovered – from the background of the Irish laborers in their homeland to their journey to the U.S. and their work and death along the early railroad in Pennsylvania
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Colombian-American poet, Carlos Andrés Gómez, star of HBO’s Def Poetry Jam and Spike Lee’s #1 box office movie Inside Man with Denzel Washington, will perform his original work on October 3 at 5 p.m
This past summer, five Museum Professions graduate students in the College of Human Development, Culture, and Media embarked on internships at various institutions around the United States.
Author and philosopher Zena Hitz led SHU faculty in exploring the role of educators in the Liberal Arts and the conditions necessary for cultivating an intellectual life at the university.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver was honored by the East Orange Summer Work Experience Program; covered by ABC and CBS News, Gov. Murphy called the ceremony “a beautiful and heartwarming tribute.”
In memory of her father's legacy, alumna Carina Castagna '21/M.P.A. '22 launches her pesto business to bring his signature dish and special touch back to the world.
Professor Giuseppe Fazari developed a course leading a cohort of 10 students to Bogota, Colombia.
Bryan Crable, Ph.D., a leading scholar in the fields of communication and rhetorical theory, has been named the Founding Dean of the College of Human Development, Culture, and Media.
Developed in accordance with Harvest Our Treasures, the new College reframes education and communication as engines of innovation that intersect with each other to drive human development.
Ines Angeli Murzaku, professor of religion and director of the Catholic Studies Program, celebrates her private audience with Pope Francis.
Three accomplished education majors were recently honored at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern Awards ceremony.
The UN Summer Intensive Program once again took students to the United Nations from June 5 to June 9 for five days of im
Seton Hall invites individuals with a passion for financial technology, digital media or applied physics and engineering
A group of sixty students plus seven faculty members culminated their spring Core II classes with an experiential learning experience in Rome and its environs, focusing on sites related to Core texts.
William Connell’s The Routledge History of Italian Americans distinguished for influencing a new generation of students and scholars.
In the Fall 2023 semester, rising senior Jasmine De Leon will be the first Seton Hall student to participate in the new opportunity to study in Rome through Seton Hall.