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The Old Guard of Summit has invited Douglas S. Eakeley, the Alan V. Lowenstein Professor of Corporate and Business Law at Rutgers School of Law, to speak on Corporate Governance, Shareholder Activism and Federal Incursion on Tuesday, Aug. 12. Professor Eakeley joined the law school in 2012 from Lowenstein Sandler PC where he specialized in complex ... (more)
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop and Paterson Mayor Jose Torres spoke mainly in generalities about the partnership, but said specifics would be hammered out at a mayors' roundtable that will convene in September at Rutgers University's Newark campus in conjunction with the Rutgers Police Institute.
Revelations over the past few years about how U.S. security officials have the ability to track people through phone, email and other electronic records are making it harder for journalists to report on what the government is doing, two human rights groups say.
Penn State has a new athletic director, the first of the post-Sandusky era. But Sandy Barbour comes with some baggage of her own: She was reportedly forced out as Cal's athletic director amid questions about the football team's graduation rate and the poor performance of her choice for football coach, Sonny Dykes.
Dozens of Spotswood residents sat or stood and listened to a panel discussion, frequently joining in on the passionate discussion and debate.
Robert Curvin, PhD was a civil rights activist during the time of civil unrest in Newark in July 1967.
The two-day Big Ten Media Day event begins Monday, when the head football coaches from Northwestern, Purdue, Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan field questions from the nearly 570 media members in the grand ballroom here at the downtown Hilton.
The first, scheduled for Monday, Aug. 4, at 7 p.m. will be a special conversation with Professor Ross K. Baker, a member of the Political Science Department of Rutgers University and member of the board of contributors of USA Today, speaking on Bipartisanship: A Mixed Blessing? His talk will be followed by a question and answer session and ... (more)
Flying, jumping, crawling animals usually are not welcome inside an art museum. Unless, of course, they are pictures by an artist who invites you to look closely.
As an alumna who raised six children while attending Camden County College, Eileen Radetich reaches out to the students she sees struggling in her English classes there, sharing her story and offering encouragement.
Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith runs one of the most profitable athletic departments in the country.
Eddie Jordan, Mike O'Koren, Van Macon and Greg "Shoes" Vetrone have been busy. The final live evaluation period was this week and the coaching crew could be seen all over the place.
Meet Boston College Eagles freshman defensive lineman Joe Vitiello, not to be confused with some guy who DH'd for the Royals back in the '90s.
Yen Tran, from Pennsauken High School, right, gives AIM program assistant Nina Mercado, left, a big hug as she comes forward to recieve her graduation certificate from the 3 week program on the Rutgers campus Friday afternoon.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 02:15 am
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