Ending a price with 99-cents is a venerable marketing technique that one expert says probably shouldn’t extend to everything.
There’s no doubting the impact of the Potter books on students, says J.T. Barbarese who teaches at Rutgers-Camden. In one of his classes, maybe 80% of the students have read them or are familiar enough with them for discussion.
Rutgers University in Camden is displaying over 50 pieces of art that have been hidden for years.
A $200,000 gift from Drs. Washington and George Hill will open the Hill Family Center for College Access on the campus of Rutgers University in Camden.
There are celebrations around the country, and Camden in particular, on Tuesday for the 192nd birthday of the poet Walt Whitman. He died in Camden in 1892.
People revolting in the streets in Libya, Egypt and Tunisia seemed unlikely to many just a few months ago, but their success is spawning new questions about the stability other oppressive regimes.
Gas prices continue to surge and it looks like there’s no end in sight.
A Rutgers-Camden english professor says prayer has evolved over thousands of years and cyberspace is just the most recent medium for us to express our thoughts.
Top Rutgers-Camden officials have just returned from a week-long visit to lay the groundwork.