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MSU Students Pitch Ideas for $10,000 Prize

5-6-15
During Inventors Day at Montclair State University, 10 teams of students pitched creations to billionaire AJ Khubani for a chance to win $10,000. The winning team made an app connecting college kids with homeowners needing odd jobs done.

Family Establishes Scholarship Fund in Honor of Late Newark High School Teacher

5-5-15
A foundation and scholarship fund has been set up in honor of David DeOliveira, who was a teacher and coach at East Side High School in Newark. He died in 2011.

Stockton Acting President Discusses Showboat Purchase Mistake

4-30-15
Stockton University purchased Showboat to turn it into a campus, but that can't happen because of an agreement with neighboring Taj Mahal that it must remain a casino.

Ambassador Rice Honors Late Congressman Donald Payne Sr. at Seton Hall

4-30-15
Ambassador Susan Rice was at Seton Hall University to kick off the Donald Payne Sr. Lecture Series.

Adderall Abuse Among Young Adults on the Rise

4-29-15
Sixty percent of respondents to a Partnership for Drug-Free Kids survey reported misusing Adderall. Many use it to help them study or manage busy schedules.

Stevens Innovation Expo Highlights Students’ Projects

4-29-15
Stevens Institute of Technology held its Innovation Expo where eight students pitched projects to industry executives who judged their ideas.

Stockton President Saatkamp taking leave starting today

4-28-15
Stockton University President Herman Saatkamp is taking medical leave starting now instead of waiting until the end of the summer for his resignation.

Stevens Institute Hosts Trading Day for High Schoolers

4-24-15
For the second year, Stevens Institute of Technology held Trading Day for high school students to compete in investing in the stock market.

PARCC Opt Out Rate Could Affect Education Funding

4-23-15
PARCC testing refusal rates could affect the future of state and federal education funding.

NJEA Challenges Creation of Camden Charter Schools

4-23-15
The NJEA is challenging the Camden School District's decision to turn five of the city's lowest performing schools into charter schools.