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A woman is in the hospital after she was hit by a car in Deptford, New Jersey. Police say the woman was hit while crossing Delsea Drive near Lexington Street around 11:30 p.m. Saturday. She was taken to Cooper University Hospital in stable condition. The driver of the striking vehicle remained at the ...
McNair is the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Wagner College on New York's Staten Island. She's a clinical psychologist by training with a doctorate from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Thomas is president of Western Illinois University. He studied English as an ...

Cashing In: Equal pay in New Jersey and job offers for college grads. Error loading player: No playable sources found. Now Playing: Financial expert Dan Roccato joins Good Day Weekend to discuss New Jersey's new equal pay legislation and the state of job offers for current college graduates. / Fox29 ...
The woman who was stabbed to death in front of a home in Montclair was remembered by her friends and family as a kind and loving person. Akirah Townes, 20, a Kean University student from Orange, was on Hartley Street around 6 a.m. Friday while attempting to leave for a trip to Virginia Beach when ...
The Cumberland County College Board of Trustees voted 5-2 Thursday night to explore joining Rowan College at Gloucester County, located in Deptford ... notices in February that the fate of their jobs would be discussed during the trustees meeting, according to documents obtained by NJ Advance Media.
New Jersey lawmakers have some concerns about the $50 million Gov. Phil Murphy wants for a multi-year program to make community college tuition-free. Acting Higher Education Secretary Zakiya Smith Ellis said that funding would help about 15,000 students who don't have state and federal grants to ...

The college in Putney, Vermont caters exclusively to those with diagnosed learning disabilities, such as attention disorders or autism, according to its website. A call to a phone number associated with Smith's relatives in New Jersey was not immediately returned Thursday. Amanda Hoover can be reached ...
New Jersey has proven, time and time again, to be a hotbed for recruiting on the Division 1 men's lacrosse circuit. Find out who the 50-best current alums are this season, based on NJ Advance Media's analysis. Scroll through to see the familiar faces who have taken their talents to the next level.
And now, it's almost time for the 6-4, 275-pound four-star to make his college pick. Since receiving his Rutgers offer in eighth grade, Alfano has been one of N.J.'s most highly-regarded up-and-comers, and now plans to cash in on his potential by choosing to attend one of the top football programs in the ...
NUTLEY, NJ — Essex County's Jon Callahan could have joined a professional snowboarding tour. Instead, he chose college. And according to his alma mater, Caldwell University, the decision is paying off in spades for the athlete-turned-entrepreneur. Caldwell University recently honored the Nutley ...

Three distinct artwork styles come together at St. Peter's University this week and next for the exhibit "Into the Metaphysics'' at the O'Toole Library. Works by the Rev. Joseph E. Billotti, Jorge Larrea and Liu, Guo Ping -- aka Sunrise -- are on view through May 2. Billotti, a Jesuit priest who has worked in ...
New Jerseyans still love Tom Kean. And they're still not fond of Chris Christie. So says the latest Monmouth University Poll which asked New Jersey residents to rank the 10 people who have been the Garden State's governor since 1974. Kean, a Republican who served from 1982 to 1990, came in first, ...
Former New Jersey governor stops by Rutgers, talks gun control, the cost of higher education and time in office ... He explained that he has had an amazing relationship with the University throughout his whole life and encourages more students to get involved in politics. “I have a great relationship (with ...
Their time under the NJSIAA roof may be gone but the fast times, the high jumps and the far throws certainly haven't stopped when these athletes left the scholastic level. While we've seen some fantastic performances on the scholastic levels, former New Jersey athletes are continuing to showcase their ...
Thanks for support in time of loss. On January 5, 2018 we lost a great man who was dearly loved by many. He was a man of great integrity who was kind, caring and courageous. He was a man that touched many lives and wore a smile every day of his life. He was the positive energy in the room with his ...
St. Barnabas Medical Center continued its straight-A streak this month by receiving the top grade once again in the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades. The Cooperman Family Pavilion, a new 241,000 square foot building with a 35,000 square foot Neonatal intensive care unit at St. Barnabas Medical Center ...
N.J. alums in college softball: 25 impactful players this week ... It's time to take another look at how some of New Jersey's softball alumni are doing at the next level. Last week, we took a ... at 25 more. NOTE: Athletes that played a significant amount of time for a New Jersey high school will make these lists.


 

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