In the Media

By James M. O'Neill, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER

New Jersey's public and private colleges say they will need $4.3 billion over the next seven years to restore existing facilities and build new ones - an

By James M. O'Neill, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER

New Jersey educators and business leaders fear a chronic exodus of college-bound students to schools out of state will soon become a deluge endangering N

By BARBARA GREEN, Staff Writer

GLASSBORO -- Waiting for the bus to come, Kenny Wright sat under the weight of his new
Big Brother's arm as the pair talked conspiratorially.

Thursday was their

With 2 weeks remaining in the race and polls showing the candidates
10 points apart, Democrat Jim McGreevey and Republican Bret Schundler
took a gen

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff

GLASSBORO--Members of a Rowan University fraternity are set to give dozens of area black and Hispanic students some very frank facts on the consequences of un

Rutgers President Francis Lawrence has proposed a $1 billion state bond, an undetermined portion of which would go to Rutgers so it could expand primarily in Piscataway and Newark. I applaud him for d

By Sara Isadora Mancuso, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF

GLASSBORO - His afternoon interview on Tuesday was with the Chicago Tribune. At night, it was Newsweek on the phone.

He has been the subject of

By SHAWN MENZIES, Staff Writer

GLASSBORO -- A distinct panel of Rowan University officials, high-tech business leaders, residents and politicians met Friday to discuss ideas for the forthcoming So

By Kristen A. Graham, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF

GLASSBORO - To make it on the professional stage, all aspiring actors have to take big leaps. Claudia Liolios' leaps are enormous.

Liolios, a nativ

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff

GLASSBORO--The recipe for making Rowan University's planned South Jersey High-Technology Center a success in transforming the region's future economy includes

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