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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.
David DeOliveira poses for a photo as the coach of East Side High School's Volleyball team. Photo Courtesy of Christina DeOliveira.

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
Herman J. Saatkamp Jr. is taking medical leave effective today. - (AARON HOUSTON)

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.