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Seton Hall’s restart plans for fall appear to be smart, safe — and perhaps...

Seton Hall University announced its plans for the fall semester Friday — and they appear to be a well-thought-out model that other universities should consider following in this era of COVID-19. For starters, students have...

Legislators pushing Murphy to allow for outdoor graduations

Gov. Phil Murphy hinted this past week that the state may find a way to allow for high school graduation ceremonies. Members of the Legislature are urging him to do so. State Senate President Steve Sweeney...

NJCU sits in the heart of N.J.’s COVID-19 outbreak … but that’s not necessarily...

Among all the uncertainties surrounding higher education during the COVID-19 crisis, one belief seemed to be clear: The schools in the hardest-hit areas would have the hardest time reopening. Turns out, even that idea can...

Four N.J. colleges rank among nation’s best in new survey

A quartet of New Jersey universities were ranked in the Top 100 nationwide in a new survey, the Quacquarelli Symonds World University Ranking USA 2020, with another eight making the leaderboard. More than 700 U.S....

Drew University president to leave at end of July

Drew University President MaryAnn Baenninger is leaving the Madison-based college, which said in a statement that, “(S)he and the board of trustees together came to the decision that Drew’s future direction requires a change...

Saint Peter’s launches 100% online MBA program

Saint Peter's University announced on Tuesday that its Frank J. Guarini School of Business has launched an MBA program entirely online. The Jersey City-based institution said the 36-credit, 18-month program was designed to meet the...

Guarini’s impact on Jersey City — and at NJCU — cannot be overstated

When the financing fell just a bit short for the performing arts center that was envisioned not only as an anchor for New Jersey City University, but the west side of Jersey City, Sue...

Their all-girls high school was going to close. So, they convinced famed all-boys school...

On an early morning in March — a few days before the COVID-19 crisis took over the state — a group of girls from Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth traveled to Newark for a meeting...

Montclair State to close N.J. School of Conservation, can no longer afford to operate...

Montclair State University said on Friday it is closing down the New Jersey School of Conservation since it no longer can subsidize the school without any operating or capital assistance from the state. The...

St. Benedict’s Prep in Newark to admit girls starting in fall

St. Benedict’s Prep in Newark announced Thursday night that it will become co-institutional, adding girls from the closing Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth, beginning in the fall. Headmaster Father Edwin Leahy, appearing on a live chat...

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Murphy, legislative leaders agree to include Corporate Transit Fee in budget

Gov. Phil Murphy and the Legislature have agreed on a deal to include the Corporate Transit Fee in the state budget, a source familiar...

Gottheimer: ‘We need to make sure that truth prevails’

U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer said he was stunned earlier this week when he heard the news: Wikipedia had ruled that the Anti-Defamation League —...

Kearny Financial Corp. names chief operating officer and chief financial officer

Kearny Financial Corp. on Thursday announced that Keith Suchodolski was elevated to senior executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective July 1. Concurrently,...

Hundreds turn out for bipartisan ‘Save Our Jobs! Don’t Ban our Cars!’ rally

Hundreds of people turned out on Tuesday at the State House Annex in Trenton for a bipartisan coalition of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware...

Scarinci Hollenbeck transforms real estate practice to meet evolving client needs

The law firm of Scarinci Hollenbeck LLC announced it added six attorneys in its Commercial Real Estate Group. The expansion significantly enhances the Little...