Lawmakers weigh in on how Rutgers should proceed.
Elected officials have weighed in on the issue after Julie Hermann was accused of verbally abusing players when she was a coach in 1997.
In the latest controversy surrounding Rutgers athletics, the newly appointed AD has been accused of exhibiting abusive behavior when she coached volleyball in Tennessee in 1997.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Assembly Education Chairman Patrick Diegnan have sponsored a resolution requiring the allocation process be redone.
About 31,000 New Jersey high school seniors leave home to attend college in other states while just 4,000 move to New Jersey for their higher education.
Gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono met with the Bergen County Retired Educators Association, an arm of the NJEA. She talked about Gov. Chris Christie's TV ad that portrays her as a legislator who ...
University officials find themselves facing another controversy.
Ed Barocas, Legal Director, ACLU-NJ, says the ACLU has submitted a public records request to learn how the Secretary of Higher Education determined an award of over $10 million to the yeshiva. But so ...
As college graduates face that next chapter in life -- working for a living -- the good news is job prospects for the class of 2013 appear to be better than in previous years.
Camden City Council President Frank Moran believes the city is moving in the right direction in terms of public safety and improving the quality of public education.
The three campuses that make up Rutgers University could be described as separate but not equal.
Dr. Ali Houshmand says Rowan University will not to increase tuition, fees, or room and board to cover merger costs.
Less than a month after they fired head coach Mike Rice for abusive behavior towards players, the university formally introduced a man they hope brings order to the chaos -- Rutgers alumnus Eddie ...
Cami Anderson says she has no regrets about accepting the job as superintendent. While she wouldn't give a specific time frame for how long she plans to stay in the job, she says she is committed to ...
Senate President Steve Sweeney attended the Rutgers Board of Governors meeting to call for Mark Hershhorn -- who saw the video of Mike Rice's behavior in December -- to resign.