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

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 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

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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