They left their homeland as many other Soviet Jewish people did in the late 1980s, after the Soviet Union agreed to allow its Jewish population to leave the country. Though the commencement ceremony of 2016 will not feature a keynote speaker from outside the university, a handful of students will be featured. Magro was completely nonverbal until he was two-and-a-half years old and is now a social media coordinator at Autism Speaks, certified public speaker for the National Speakers Association, author of...Posted By Staff Writer on Apr 21, 2016 Not only does April bring us the beauty of spring, but it also allows people around the world to have something to celebrate in the next 30 days.
Posted By Staff Writer on Apr 20, 2016 Amid the stresses that come with the final weeks of the semester, the Entrepreneurship (Enactus) Club continues to get down to business.
Susan Scherreik, director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and the club advisor, said the club was founded eight years ago on the basis of getting students connected to the entrepreneurial community around them.
In the spirit of this mission, the Entrepreneurship Club regularly hosts...
Where are they now: SHU alum Amanda Boyer During her four years at Seton Hall, Amanda Boyer completed five internships, was an active and colony member of her sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, and was involved in several other clubs and organizations, such as Her Campus, PRSSA, The Odyssey, and The Setonian.
“I was always busy, but I would never change that because it gave me different skill sets for my current role and I found...
Posted By Staff Writer on Apr 27, 2016 New York City is home to thousands of people, buildings, festivals, and events.
The city has the ability to bring people together at any hour of the day, any day of the year.
It is home to performers, musicians, stock brokers, celebrities, and pizza shop owners.
This city has raised artists, musicians, dancers, and filmmakers.
Tribeca displays many of these artists through the Tribeca Film Festival every April. Posted By Staff Writer on Apr 27, 2016 At the age of 10, Michael Drob came to the United States as a refugee. Posted By Staff Writer on Apr 27, 2016 As finals approach, the end of the finish line is nearing for the class of 2016. Posted By Rebecca White on Apr 27, 2016 With the end of April, comes the end of Autism Awareness month.
For almost the entire year prior, he and his family were stateless, not recognized as a citizen of any country. Traditionally, the graduating class of a university is sent off with the words of wisdom from a guest speaker. At Seton Hall, Autism Speaks club celebrated the month by co-sponsoring an event that brought Kerry Magro, a SHU alum who is on the autism spectrum, to campus on April 21.