Temple will return from a week-and-a-half layoff and play its first ever American Athletic Conference game on Wednesday night as the team visits the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers.
Students in Pennsylvania are saddled with thousands of dollars in debt when they graduate.
Speaking before reporters at the State House following several weeks of sickness, travel and family time, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie weighed in on several controversial topics.
One New Jersey university is offering a course that truly rocks.
Most college students admit to texting and driving and many check their smartphones more than 10 times a day, while in class.
Pennsylvania education officials say it’s now easier for students to apply to multiple campuses in the state university system.
Researchers found that college instructors who are not on the tenure track system surprisingly out-performed the tenured professors in introductory undergraduate classes.
Philadelphia is ranked number one for smartphone thefts, according to a new survey by AAA.
Philadelphia’s school funding crisis has renewed a debate over whether local colleges and universities that are property-tax-exempt should help out more. Those universities responded this past week with a report laying out how much they already contribute.
Penn students looking to party can now turn to their smartphones.
The Owls were hit hard by graduation, as five seniors from last year’s squad have moved on. Head Coach Fran Dunphy understands there must be more patience with a host of players which saw limited action last season.
College internships make the transition into the working world a lot smoother and could sometimes lead to a full-time position after graduation.
A new study suggests students who know alcohol and driving don’t mix are less likely to use good judgment once they’re drunk.
New Jersey is considering requiring at least a “B” average in college for most aspiring teachers.
The new additions bring to 54 the number in the Say Yes Higher Education Compact, whose members waive tuition for eligible students, Say Yes founder George Weiss said Wednesday.