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Asbury Park Middle Schoolers Become Entrepreneurs with JET Program

Asbury Park's Junior Entrepreneur Program, or JET, teaches middle school students how to start their own business.

A Look at the Rutgers-Newark Master Plan

Rutgers-Newark recently released its Master Plan, a redesign for the campus that more greatly integrates it with Newark.

Assessing the DREAM Act One Year Later

The DREAM Act gives undocumented students access to in-state tuition at New Jersey colleges, but without financial aid, some say the legislation doesn't go far enough.

Teaching Science with Hip Hop

Honeywell and NASA have teamed up to create the program "Forces in Motion," which teaches middle school students about science using hip hop.

Rutgers Imposes Greek Party Ban

After a number of alcohol-related incidents, Rutgers has banned fraternity and sorority parties for the remainder of the spring semester.

Newark’s Cherry Blossoms Thrive with Rutgers’ Help

Rutgers master gardeners and alumni play a key role maintaining the largest cherry tree collection in the U.S.

Science, Math the Focus of Symposium at LSC

Students from NJ colleges and universities exhibit projects at the second annual Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Liberty Science Center.

Picatinny Arsenal Introduces Girls to Engineering

The Army's Picatinny Arsenal holds an annual event called "Introduce a Girl to Engineering," which shows girls the types of work they can do with engineering degrees.

STOPit App Lets Kids Anonymously Report Bullying

The STOPit app allows for anonymous reporting of bullying incidents. Founders hope it resonates with young people who use technology to communicate.

Camden Superintendent’s Plan Lets Non-Profits Operate Five Schools

Camden Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard is trying to get community buy-in for his plan to turn over operation of five city schools to private non-profits.