Annual Welcome Barbecue Commemorates the School of Diplomacy’s 20 Years and Celebrates More to Come

Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations held its Dean’s Welcome event to greet students old and new and to honor the beginning of a new academic year. The school’s celebration of 20 years is not a reflection of the past, but a celebration of the future.

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Imagining Pan-Arabism Through the Lens of ‘Arab Idol’

Watching my Jordanian host family cheer on the win of a Christian Palestinian and empathize with the tears of a Yemeni, and seeing the televised audience of different identities and origins dancing together in Lebanon made me think that perhaps Pan-Arabism is real — even if it exists, for now, in the realm of “Arab Idol.”

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Seton Hall Students, Faculty Attend Women’s March in D.C.

Numerous Seton Hall students were among the hundreds of thousands that descended on Washington, D.C., for the Women’s March, a protest against the rhetoric and policy proposals of the 45th president of the United States, who had been inaugurated only a day before.

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