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Greater Morristown weekend preview: Who needs the Shore?
It may be vacation time, but if you're not Shore-bound, there is plenty to do around Greater Morristown this weekend! Summer's winding down and you're starting to think about back-to-school shopping, right? Well, you're in luck.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
New Book by Summit Martial Arts Teacher Reveals Practices' Inner Secrets
Buddhist monk, martial art master, Christopher J. Goedecke who, in martial circles, goes by his given Buddhist name, Hayashi Tomio, has just released his fifth and latest book, .
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Christian Women's Conference in Sarasota Sept. 4
A three-day community-wide Christian women's conference will be held in Sarasota starting Thursday, Sept.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Mayor Conley Welcomes Newly Installed Drew University President
Mayor Conley escorted President Baenninger, Drew's first full-term female president, to Downtown Madison, making a stop at the iconic Waverly Place clock.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
New Jersey Herald
Professor aims to shape students' view of art
The sixth annual Greenwood Lake Air Show takes off this afternoon with pilots from around the country performing stunts in the sky.
Greater Morristown weekend preview: Get the blues on the Green
This is the weekend local music fans wait for all year: The Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival returns to the historic Morristown Green on Saturday.
Charles G. Hankins, pastor and chaplain
The Rev. Charles G. Hankins, 81, of Whiting, a United Methodist pastor in South Jersey and a Navy Reserve chaplain there, died of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease on Saturday, Aug. 9, at AristaCare at Whiting.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Obamacrats are strangling due process rights on campus: Examiner Editorial
Should the U.S. Department of Education cut off public funding for colleges and universities that decline to restrict the free speech rights of certain classes of students? Such a policy would be tossed out by federal courts as patently unconstitutional.
The Newark Star-Ledger
Top endowments at N.J. colleges and universities
Robert Gittle, 18, and Anthony DeSalis, 21, a junior at Drew University in Madison sit together on campus on a chilly Sunday afternoon.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
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Taped interviews have a way of coming back to haunt politicians. And the timing couldn't be better for this gem, brought to us by Weasel Zippers, who dug up this pre-election interview with then-Senator Barack Obama in 2008.
Are women making the men's rights movement a force to be reckoned with?
Ashe Schow of the Washington Examiner and Mariah Blake of Mother Jones work for media organizations that aren't normally thought of as being on the same wavelength.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Kinnelon goes to Summit for top curriculum candidate
The school board went to Summit to find the top candidate for the new position of curriculum supervisor for language arts.
The Jersey Journal
N.J. Governor's School students explore new ideas in science and engineering
MADISON - Drew University's new president wasted no time in setting a high bar for a discussion with high school students at the New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences final symposium.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
The Alternative Press
Double Your Strength! Buddhist Kempo Master Reveals Inner Secrets of the Martial Arts
"Double your strength with simple mind and body adjustment!" Sound too good to be true? Morris County, Convent Station resident, Buddhist monk, and martial art master, Christopher J. Goedecke, who, in martial circles, goes by his given Buddhist name, Hayashi Tomio, doesn't think so.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
The York Daily Record
York community encouraged to 'lift up youth' during 2014 FaithNet event
As forks and knives clanked against plates of grilled chicken, rice, and carrots, the Rev.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
New Jersey Jewish News
Christian scholars encounter Israeli reality NEW
Javier Viera, dean and professor of ecumenical and pastoral theology at the Drew University Theological School, has visited Israel four times.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
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A large group of parents in Verona complained of a hazing incident of freshman students by upperclassmen, but no one had filed an official report.
The Alternative Press
Double Your Strength! Buddhist Kempo Master Reveals Inner Secrets of Martial Arts
DOUBLE YOUR STRENGTH! BUDDHIST KEMPO MASTER REVEALS INNER SECRETS OF THE MARTIAL ARTS "Double your strength with simple mind and body adjustment!" Sound too good to be true? Morris County, Convent Station resident, Buddhist monk, and martial art master, Christopher J. Goedecke, who just released his fifth and latest book, Internal Karate: Mind ... (more)
Wed Jul 30, 2014
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AHF Mourns Sierra Leone's Dr. Khan; Criticizes Lax Global Response to Deadly Ebola Outbreak
AIDS Healthcare Foundation today mourned the death of Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan , the physician who had been leading Sierra Leone's response to a deadly outbreak of Ebola that has claimed the lives of over 600 people in Africa since February.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Shakespeare Theatre in Madison presents free picnic series, Aug. 3
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey will present its free Picnic Series on Sunday, Aug. 3, at 6 p.m., featuring a performance by the Next Stage Ensemble, the theatre's summer touring company of early career actors.