April 22, 2015 |
Msgr. Joseph W. Devlin, 85, a retired professor of religion at La Salle University who worked to improve relations between Catholics and members of other faiths, died Wednesday, April 1, of cardiac arrest at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden. At the time of his death, Msgr. Devlin was a resident of Oaklyn, Camden County. Born in Pennsauken, he graduated from St. Joseph's University and Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, Md. He was ordained in Philadelphia on May 26, 1956.
April 11, 2014 |
STRATFORD Gov. Christie will be the speaker at Rowan University's undergraduate commencement ceremony May 16, the school announced Wednesday. The move was approved by the university's board of trustees at its meeting Wednesday. Arthur Levine, the president of the Princeton-based Woodrow Wilson Foundation, was chosen to speak at the university's graduate commencement May 15. University administrators credited Christie and last year's commencement speaker, New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D., Gloucester)
November 13, 2013 |
In October 1989, Trenton businessman Shelley M. Zeiger helped open what his family said was the first American restaurant in the Soviet Union. At 21 Komsomolskyi Prospekt in Moscow, TrenMos - named for Trenton and Moscow - opened two years before the ending of the Soviet Union in December 1991. In April 1992, Mr. Zeiger helped open TrenMos Bistro at 9 Ulitsa Ostozhenka, near the Kremlin. He sold both in 1994. At home, his family said, Mr. Zeiger brought to Trenton several Soviet and Russian performing groups in the 1980s and 1990s.
October 25, 2013 |
Joseph V. Molinari served as an Air Force cargo pilot in Vietnam in the 1970s during the conflict there. Later, while in the Air Force Reserve, he was needed again. So Mr. Molinari interrupted his teaching and coaching career at Burlington City High School and flew cargo missions in the Middle East during the Persian Gulf War of 1990-91. On Sunday, Oct. 20, Mr. Molinari, 67, of Cherry Hill, died of cardiac arrest at St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark, N.J. Born in Newark, Mr. Molinari graduated from Kearny High School and earned a bachelor's degree in education at Seton Hall University.
June 27, 2013 |
WASHINGTON - In New Jersey's Democratic Senate primary, it's three against one. But in this case, the one has the advantage. That's because the three are all faithful Democrats, longtime lawmakers who have labored in Trenton and Washington for liberal causes, and their overlapping profiles threaten to cancel out their chances for an upset against Newark Mayor Cory Booker. "You have three insiders essentially taking on Cory Booker, all with similar messages," said Julian Zelizer, a Princeton University political historian.
September 29, 2011
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. - Seton Hall University has a new deal to entice top students. Under a plan announced Wednesday, they'll get a tuition break so steep they'll be paying the same rate as an in-state student at public Rutgers University. To qualify, students would have to apply by Dec. 15, rank in the top 10 percent of their high school class, and score at least 1,200 on the SAT or 27 on the ACT. Their yearly tuition would be $10,104, which would be frozen for four years as long as they maintain a 3.0 grade-point average.
September 27, 2010 |
As the Facebook posts turned from "get better soon" to "R.I.P.," several recent graduates and current Upper Merion High School students spent the weekend mourning the murder of 2009 graduate Jessica Moore. Moore, a 2009 cocaptain of the Upper Merion girls basketball and softball teams, was fatally shot at a Seton Hall University off-campus apartment early Saturday morning by a gunman who also wounded four others after he was denied access to a party. The gunman remained at large Sunday, authorities said.
May 18, 2005 |
Schalick High's Paul Gause, The Inquirer's boys' basketball player of the year in South Jersey, will sign a letter of intent this morning to play at Seton Hall University, Cougars coach Sean Collins confirmed yesterday. Gause, a 6-foot senior guard who became the second player in South Jersey history to score more than 3,000 points in his career - Camden's Dajuan Wagner, now with the Cleveland Cavaliers, was the first - had originally made an oral commitment to attend James Madison.
May 6, 2005 |
It wasn't a tough decision. But was it the right one? Carl Smith sure thinks so. The Camden track standout could have gone to a college program that has good facilities and is in a warmer climate. Or the senior could have opted to stay closer to home and receive a full scholarship. Smith decided to go with the latter. Yesterday, the 18-year-old signed a scholarship to run track at Seton Hall University in South Orange. So how much is Smith's scholarship worth?
August 26, 2003 |
Copies of a special edition of the Seton Hall University newspaper will be waiting when 10,000 students arrive on campus next week to start a new school year. They were written, edited and designed by student staffers who went back during their summer break to cover news of indictments in the fire that scarred the lives of so many at the university. "It was too big a story to let it go for several months," said Matthew McCue, 20, of Warrington, Bucks County, editor of the Setonian.