Seton Hall University
In this issue of By The Numbers, we review a book which has just been released. The text, titled “Sandlot Stats: Learning Statistics with Baseball,” was authored by Dr. Stanley Rothman, a mathematics professor at Quinnipiac University.
It was the mid-1980s. I’ll never forget the feeling of “Eureka!”
Under a plan announced Wednesday by Seton Hall University, students who rank in the top 10 percent of their high school class will pay the same rate as an in-state student heading to public Rutgers University.
In the end, a 19-year-old didn’t get probation or even community service for punching a fellow student last year in Palisades Park High School cafeteria.
The Governor’s Education Transformation Task Force is preparing a series of reports to be submitted to Gov. Chris Christie, who has said education reform is a top priority now that the state’s budget for next year has been signed.
One of the films being featured at this year’s Hoboken International Film Festival looks at a dark day in the history of New Jersey and its educational institutions.
The Mendham woman’s confirmation hearing comes more than a year after Gov. Chris Christie picked her to join a court he says it too activist.
It is a modern day university nightmare – a gunman on campus. Ever since the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007, schools have had the prepare for this type of situation.
Madison Square Garden is undergoing a renovation, which means the New York Liberty WNBA team will be playing at the Prudential Center in Newark.
Met with cheers and jeers, Gov. Chris Christie on Monday encouraged Seton Hall University’s graduating class to “be a disrupter” like him.
Staff and students at Seton Hall were on high alert after the armed robbery of two students. It’s just the latest crime committed in a community surrounding the prestigious university.
One of the 33 Chilean miners whose dramatic rescue was broadcast worldwide is touring the U.S. to call attention to the suffering of earthquake victims.
Shigeru Osuka is an Associate Professor of Asian Studies at Seton Hall University. He learned of the tragedy while on his flight back to the United States.
Jonathan Mitchell scored 25 points, including eight free throws in overtime, to lead Rutgers to a 76-70 victory over Seton Hall on Tuesday in the opening round of the Big East tournament.
Boomer was so angry with the Rangers last night that he left the game early, an act that did not go unnoticed by Craigie. Carton was alerted by the masses and promptly called his radio partner out.