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Morton resigns as assistant basketball coach at Seton Hall

Dwayne Morton stepping down as assistant basketball coach at Seton Hall        

Tiny Morton says he’s leaving Seton Hall

Seton Hall coach Dwayne “Tiny” Morton announced Saturday night that he would be stepping down from his position as assistant coach to return to teaching according to reports. “I’m a teacher and I’m going back to teach,” Morton told by text Saturday night. Show More Summary

Assistant coach Dwayne ‘Tiny’ Morton leaves Seton Hall staff

According to the New York Post, Morton will go back to teaching full-time.

Tiny Morton Says He’s Leaving Seton Hall

2 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Dwayne “Tiny” Morton is leaving his position as an assistant at Seton Hall and appears to be headed back to high school. “I’m a teacher and I’m going back to teach,” Morton told by text Saturday night. “If Lincoln [High School] accepts me back, I will be honored. This is in no way a basketball […]

Myles Powell Cuts to 5 Schools

5 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Myles Powell, who recently transferred to South Kent (CT) from Trenton (N.J.) Catholic, has cut his list to five schools, a source told The 6-2 Powell is considering UConn, Pittsburgh, VCU, Seton Hall and DePaul. He cut Georgetown, Georgia Tech and St. Joe’s from his list.  Visits are expected to begin “immediately,” the source said. “Myles […]

Bryce Aiken Sets Five Official Visits

5 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Bryce Aiken has set his five official visits for this fall. The 5-foot-11 point guard from the PSA Cardinals and Elizabeth (N.J.) St. Patrick will visit Harvard (9/9), Seton Hall (9/18),  Miami (9/23) and USC 10/3. He also has a tentative visit set to Michigan (10/8). Illinois is no longer under consideration.   Aiken broke down all of his schools here: […]

Seton Hall to give scholarship basketball players $2,600 towards cost of attendance

Seton Hall AD said his coaches haven't had to deal with negative recruiting re: cost of attendance stipends, but he's ready to act if so.

Simkovic Calls For 50%-100% Increase In Law School AALS Dues To Change Public Peception Of Legal Education

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Law Schools’ Four Billion Dollar Collective Action Problem: Earlier this month, I charted the overwhelmingly negative press coverage of law schools and the legal profession over the last 5 years and discussed the disconnect between the news slant and economic reality. To the extent that news...

Distinguished pol of the week

Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) on Tuesday demonstrated the qualities we admire but rarely see in public service. In dissecting the Iran deal in a speech at Seton Hall University, he was brave (he’s under indictment, you will recall), well-reasoned, thoroughly informed and cordial. He did not return the president’s insults nor attack the motives of […]

The Menendez manifesto

(Scott Johnson) John quoted liberally from Senator Robert Menendez’s speech opposing the Iran deal yesterday here. Senator Menendez gave the speech before a friendly audience at Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Show More Summary

UPDATED: To absolutely nobody's surprise, Bob Menendez announces he's a no vote on the Iran pact

Bob Menendez voiced his opposition to the Iran agreement in a speech Tuesday at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. Sen. Bob Menendez announced in a speech Tuesday that he will be joining fellow Democrat Chuck Schumer in opposing the Iran nuclear agreement when it comes up for a congressional vote in September. Show More Summary

Second Democratic Senator Comes Out Against Iran Deal. How Close Is This Thing?

Robert Menendez of New Jersey today became the second Democratic senator to announce his opposition to the nuclear deal with Iran, saying in a speech at Seton Hall University that he “will vote to disapprove the agreement and, if called...Show More Summary

Simkovic Presents The Knowledge Tax Today At Loyola-L.A.

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall) presents The Knowledge Tax, 82 U. Chi. L. Rev. ___ (2015), at Loyola-L.A. today as part of its Tax Policy Colloquium Series: Labor economists struggle to explain why the rates of return to higher education have remained much higher than the rates of return to other...

Seton Hall's Tenth Forum

Announcing… The Tenth Annual Seton Hall Employment & Labor Law Scholars’ Forum Friday, October 9, 2015 The Forum is designed to provide junior scholars with commentary and critique by their more senior colleagues in the legal academy and, more broadly,...

Bryce Aiken Cuts List to 6 (UPDATED)

3 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Bryce Aiken has cut his list to six schools. The 5-foot-11 point guard from Elizabeth (N.J.) St. Patrick is down to Miami, USC, Harvard, Michigan, Illinois and Seton Hall. He has official visits set for Harvard Sept. 9-11 and Miami Sept. 23-25. Aiken said he plans to take other officials.   He broke down all […]

Simkovic: The Student Loan Marriage Penalty

Michael Simkovic (Seton Hall), Student Loan Marriage Penalty: How should marriage affect legal determinations of ability to pay, and therefore obligation to pay? These are questions that tax scholars have long debated. Similar issues are now being debated in higher education circles because of the growth of income-based student loan...

Fired Priest to Pope: Listen to LGBT Catholics' Concerns

The Rev. Warren Hall, fired in the spring by Seton Hall University, urges Pope Francis to meet with LGBT Catholics when he visits the U.S. read more

Gay Priest Fired From Chaplain Job Asks Pope To Meet LGBT Catholics In U.S.

last monthNews : Huffington Post

(RNS) In May, the Rev. Warren Hall was abruptly dismissed from his position as the popular campus chaplain at Seton Hall University in New Jersey because the Catholic archbishop of Newark said his advocacy against anti-gay bullying, and his identity as a gay man, undermined church teaching. Show More Summary

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