Seton Hall of Shame?

The New Jersey university was named for a saint, but some campus buildings honor an unholy trio -- two Tyco execs and a corporate crook

As a Catholic university, Seton Hall seeks to embody such virtues as honesty, humility, and integrity. It is, after all, named after the first U.S.-born saint, Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton. So it's especially unsettling that the school has unwittingly assembled a corridor of shame: Three buildings on its South Orange (N.J.) campus are named for alumni donors convicted or accused of corporate crimes or misdeeds.

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