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Graduating Student Takes Accelerated Path to a Career in Finance

Harry Harris By Jeanne Leong Harry Harris’ intense focus on an early start to a career in finance led him to pack a four-year Rutgers University‒Camden business curriculum into three years. “There are plenty of people out there with the same skills as you have, and to stand out you... Read more →


The Advantages of Learning A New Language At A Young Age

Learning a new language as a child at a young age is definitely advantageous. There are various reasons for this, including the fact that it is simply easier for children to accomplish. Additionally, a second language allows for increased potential to open up doors for them in adulthood. To find... Read more →


NJ News Commons: RUTGERS STUDENT PAPER IN DANGER OF SHUTTING DOWN

For the first time in its history, the daily student paper at Rutgers University, The Daily Targum, failed to pass a student funding referendum that is crucial for its operating budget. The paper is written and edited entirely by students, and it has served Rutgers since 1869. Its future is... Read more →


“Do You Want To Play Some Football Under The Lights?"

University of Detroit Mercy Athletic History DATELINE DETROIT… OCTOBER 5, 1951 By Fred Lauck, Esq. Under the cool, night skies of a crisp October evening in the year of 1951, a bus load of Fightin’ Irishmen from Notre Dame pulled into Briggs Stadium at “The Corner” of Michigan and Trumbull... Read more →


USA Basketball and Red Bull Form Groundbreaking Partnership to Grow 3X3 Basketball

-- Red Bull to Host Qualifiers for a Spot on USA Basketball's Men's and Women's 3x3 National Teams - -- Red Bull Becomes the Official Energy Drink of USA Basketball and Cornerstone Partner of 3x3 Basketball -- USA Basketball announced a multiyear partnership with Red Bull North America to grow... Read more →


Is U.S. Population More Educated Than Ever Before?

The current education statistics in America points to the fact that the nation now spots the highest educated populace ratio ever recorded in its history. More of the nation's populace within the ages of twenty-five and older now boast of at having at least a college level degree in a... Read more →


Lambs and Lions: March 2019 Summary

image courtesy of Pinterest Dr. David A. Robinson New Jersey State Climatologist Center for Environmental Prediction, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences/NJAES, Rutgers University April 5, 2019 Overview Much like last month, March 2019 had a wide variety of weather conditions across the Garden State. The month came in like... Read more →


Documentary Play to be Performed at Rutgers, Examines Minors Sentenced to Life in Prison

File:Rutgers Newark Law and Justice Building Newark, NJ— A thought-provoking documentary play that examines the lives of minors sentenced to life behind bars will be performed at Rutgers University-Newark at the Center for Law and Justice at 123 Washington Street on Wednesday, April 10 at 6 p.m. The play, Life,... Read more →


CAWP's New Jersey County Report Card:

Record Number of Women Serving as County Freeholders; Mayor Seats Remain Overwhelmingly Male-Dominated The Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), a unit of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University, has released today the first part of its New Jersey County Report Card, tracking women county freeholders and... Read more →


Detroit Mercy Freshman Sets Record

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Sports DETROIT-- Freshman Antoine Davis broke Stephen Curry's NCAA single-season record for freshmen 3-pointers, sinking his 123rd triple of the year. It broke the NCAA's freshman 3-point record previously held by Curry. After the game Davis said, “It was a relief, I just wanted to... Read more →


Sewell Resident Presented With Faculty Merit Award at USciences Founders' Day

PHILADELPHIA, PA (03/01/2019) University of the Sciences presented the 2019 Faculty Award of Merit to Zachary Klase, PhD, during its Founders' Day ceremony on Feb. 14, 2019. The award honors an outstanding faculty member who "exemplifies the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of USciences' founders, and who has engaged in research... Read more →


Davis on Verge of Breaking Record but Oakland Wins Rivalry Game

By Raymond Rolak | CNB Sports Editor ROCHESTER--(Feb. 24, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)-- It was billed as a “Barn Burner,” the rivalry game between Detroit Mercy and Oakland University. The O’Rena was packed and it was standing room only. The 40-plus member Golden Grizzlies pep band for athletics had the record crowd charged-up... Read more →


Electrifying Performance by Freshman

Freshman Antoine Davis and Head Coach Mike Davis of the University of Detroit Mercy Titans speak post game. Photo courtesy of the Rolco Sports & Entertainment Network By Raymond Rolak I CNBNews Sports DETROIT-- It was a very special night in historic Calihan Hall as the University of Detroit Mercy... Read more →


RUTGERS STUDY:

Nevada State Legislature Becomes 1ST Majority-Women State Legislature in U.S. History

Following a handful of vacancy appointments, the Nevada legislature in 2019 will become the first in the nation with women serving in a majority of seats. 32 of 63 (50.8%) seats in the Nevada legislature will be held by women, 23 in the Assembly and 9 in the Senate. There... Read more →


Self Defense for College Students-2019 Guide To Campus Protection

(CNBNewsnet)(December 14, 2018)--Many college students and institutions are aware of the importance of personal safety and self-defense, but not everyone knows the best ways to defend yourself. From keeping yourself prepared when out alone to knowing how to defend yourself and what to use, these rules will help in any... Read more →


MLB Winter Baseball Meetings Continue in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Resort

Mandalay Bay Resort By Raymond Rolak CNBNews Sports Editor LAS VEGAS (December 11, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)-- A big question at the 2018 Baseball Winter Meetings being held at the Mandalay Bay Resort is if native son Bryce Harper will be making an appearance with his wife, Kayla. He is expected to be... Read more →


NIU Squeaks Past Buffalo on National Television

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Sports The Bulls to go to the Dollar General Bowl in Mobile Photo courtesy of Dollar General Bowl. DETROIT— Fabulous Ford Field has become a fond venue for coach Rod Carey and his Northern Illinois Huskies. With 1:09 remaining, NIU struck on a 35-yard touchdown... Read more →


Record Number of Women of Color to Serve in  Statewide Elected Executive Offices

Next year, a record number of women of color will serve in statewide elected executive offices, according to data from the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), a division of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University. Following the midterm elections, at least 14 (11D, 3R) women of... Read more →


RUTGERS STUDY: Negative Portrayals in the News Media Affect How Police Treat Black Men

Newswise — Negative portrayals in the news media affect how police treat black men in the United States, according to a Rutgers School of Public Health study. The study appears in the book Research in Race and Ethnic Relations. The study was based on the premise that public perceptions of... Read more →


Results: Record Number of Women Elected to State Legislatures Nationwide

A record number of women have been elected to state legislatures nationwide, according to data from the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), a unit of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University. Next year, at least 2,019 (1363D, 637R, 11NP, 4I, 4P) women will serve in state... Read more →


IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDY: Weightlifting is good for your heart and it doesn’t take much

Credit: Iowa State University News Service Iowa State researcher DC Lee says you don't have to invest a lot of time lifting weights to lower your risk for cardiovascular disease. Newswise — AMES, Iowa – Lifting weights for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk for a... Read more →


Liver Cancer Combined with Other Liver Diseases Driving Higher Death Rate and Health Care Costs

...for U.S. Seniors Newswise — SAN FRANCISCO – Data from a new study presented this week at The Liver Meeting® – held by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases – found that hospitalizations and death are increasing among Medicare recipients with hepatocellular carcinoma, mainly due to co-existing... Read more →