"Seton Hall, a Catholic University, prides itself on such values as honesty, humility, and integrity. So it's rather unsettling that the school has unwittingly assembled its very own corridor of shame: three buildings on its South Orange (New Jersey) named for alumni donors accused of corporate crimes or misdeeds. There's Kozlowski Hall, named after Tyco's ex-CEO Dennis Kozlowski, charged with running a "criminal enterprise" that looted more than $600 million from shareholders. Across the green is the library, named after Frank Walsh Jr., a former Tyco board member being sued for breach of fiduciary responsibility for recieving a $20M loan from Kozlowski without the board's approval. Next to it, is the recreation center named for Robert Brennan, founder of First Jersey Securities, who was convicted of bankruptcy fraud and money laundering.

— Corrupt donors  

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