Cheers -- and boos -- for Christie at Seton Hall commencement

“From your cheers — and your other expressions — I can tell that you are not taking it lightly,” Christie said, acknowledging the jeers…

Some students, especially graduates of the College of Education and Human Services and those looking for teaching jobs, questioned the choice of Christie as graduation speaker at the 155-year-old Catholic university considering his feud with the state’s teachers union and his proposals to reform the state’s education system.”

Someone who is making it difficult for (the graduates) to get a job is speaking as they get their diplomas,” Joseph DePierro, dean of Seton Hall’s education college, told the Setonian, the school paper.