You’ve heard the saying “happy wife, happy life.” It turns out that’s true, at least according to a Rutgers University study.
Tuition and fees are going up at New Jersey’s flagship university for the upcoming school year.
Every young baseball player dreams about playing in the Major Leagues, but only a handful will be able to turn those dreams into a reality. A Northeast Philadelphia native is the latest to take his turn at bat.
Rutgers University scientists plan to explore the impact of sea level rise. Local groups are trying to stop the expedition.
Stigall believes a double standard exists that tolerates protests against Rice because she’s a Republican, rather than a Democrat.
No lesson to be learned here. Nope. You see, you can harass, besmirch, bully, taunt, and heckle a black woman in this country as long as she’s affiliated with the Republican Party. Not only can you do it. You can get away with it.
Chris covers the White House Correspondents Dinner, Rob McCord’s attack ad against Tom Wolf in the race for the Democratic campaign for Governor, and Condoleezza Rice declining to speak at Rutgers University’s commencement. He talks to Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg, former Senator Rick Santorum, and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
After multiple protests from students and faculty over her scheduled appearance to deliver the commencement address at Rutgers University, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has decided not to do it.
We can add another thing to the list of what the just-ended winter hammered: bees. From an infectious mite to the mysterious colony collapse disorder, you can add winter’s months of frozen tundra to the list.
Haddon is currently dean of the law school at the University of Maryland. She was on the faculty of Temple Law School for decades.
At Rutgers University, the humanities study — already recognized as a strong point for the university — is getting a major boost with donations totaling $3 million to endow a faculty chair in the subject.
At Rutgers University, the humanities study is getting a major boost with donations totaling $3 million to endow a faculty chair in the subject.
“In New Jersey, the prevalence is one in 45 children with (some degree of) autism,” says Dr. Walter Zahorodny, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the New Jersey Medical School.
Dr. Bell is a professor of history at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ who helped organize a petition and faculty protest against the school’s decision to offer their commencement keynote address to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
The victory was the first in American Athletic Conference play for the Owls, who had lost eight straight games to start the calendar year, including its first seven league contests.