14 hrs ago
Student housing: If you let someone else build it, they will come
Pictured is the $175 million North Quadrangle on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor.
18 hrs ago
Federal judge rejects independent voters challenge to N.J. primary system
U.S. District Court Judge Stanley Chesler issued a ruling Friday upholding New Jersey's current system for electing political candidates through primaries.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
WNYC-AM New York
NJ Budget Diversions Drive Some Green Businesses into the Red
Since taking office, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has diverted more than $1 billion in environmental funds to the state's general fund.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Public Dollars, Private Rules: The Charter School Calculus
The phenomenal growth of charter schools nationwide has been aided by a canny legal strategy in which the schools claim to be public for the purpose of taking in tax dollars but private for the purpose of evading government oversight, according to Preston Green, John and Carla Klein Professor of Urban Education at UConn's Neag School of Education.
Exclusive Interview With Bruce Tyler on His Resignation from the Montclair Arts Council
TAP into Montclair caught up with Bruce Tyler to get the inside story of why he departed the Montclair Arts Council and discover what's on the horizon for him.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Jersey City, Bayonne college students receive $1,500 scholarship
Journal File Photo A group of 16 college students from Jersey City and Bayonne will receive the 10th annual Sandra and Glenn D. Cunningham Foundation's scholarships, each worth $1,500.
Montclair officials look to stay ahead of snow season
This past Tuesday, Township Manager Marc Dashield updated the Township Council on efforts to collaborate with Montclair State University and Glen Ridge on combating winter weather.
Gay politicians still scarce after McGreevey
Ten years ago this week, New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey announced he was a gay American , and a few months later he stepped down from office.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Part II: Five keys to open the doors to college admission
Getting a jump-start on the college admissions process reduces the stress for all parties involved: students, parents, teachers and counselors.
Junction Educationa Announces Launch of Its Behavioral Learning Platform
Junction seamlessly integrates open and premium web-based educational content and tools into engaging experiences.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Scholarships Awarded to First Two HackensackUMC Mountainside Nursing School Students
Scholarships designed exclusively for adult learners at HackensackUMC Mountainside School of Nursing have been awarded to Kaelyn Harris and Ethan Smith.
Which Jersey campus scored high for hot dorms?Which Jersey campus...
Which Jersey campus scored high for hot dorms? Montclair State University made a list of "10 Public Colleges With the Most Luxurious Dorms."
Music Mountain to Welcome Shanghai String Quartet, 8/30-31
Music Mountain, America's oldest continuing summer chamber music festival, continues its 85th Anniversary Season with the Shanghai String Quartet.
South Jersey colleges: SAT admission submission important to application process
SAT scores submitted during college application process remain important aspect, South Jersey colleges and universities say.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
With schools set to open in about three weeks, the hottest trend in...
Johnny Chen, right, a student at Rensselaer Poly Tech, assists students at the ID Tech Camp at Montclair State University.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Montclair Times' On Our Minds: Trauma survivors show everyday super strength
It's a line you might read in a comic book, when a heroine elbows her assailant in the cheekbone.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Wyckoff incumbents running for Board of Education in uncontested race
Martone, who filled an unexpired one-year term and then was elected to a three-year term on the board, has lived in the township for 14 years with husband Ken.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Corruption probe might not hurt Cuomo
Both are big-name governors of populous states. Both have presidential aspirations and a reputation for bare-knuckle bullying.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
The Washington Post
Meanwhile, back in Israela
Given that very little media attention has been given to what's been going on in Israel proper during the current violence, I thought I'd reprint the thoughts of Jaime Grinberg, a professor at Montclair State University, who is spending the Summer in Israel.
The Alternative Press
Montclair State University to Make SAT & ACT Scores Optional
Montclair State University announced Tuesday that it will join the ranks of over 800 of the nation's leading colleges and universities make the SAT/ACT test an optional requirement for all applicants seeking undergraduate admission.