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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