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May 16, 2022

NUTLEY, NJ - Nick Schroeder will be attending York College of Pennsylvania and will be playing basketball for the Spartans. TAPinto Nutley congratulates the entire Class of 2022. Wishing you all much success in your future endeavors.

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PISCATAWAY, NJ – In many ways, Kamil Skup’s journey to graduation day at Rutgers can be traced to 1979, when his father and avowed supporter of dissident Lech Walesa’s Solidarity trade union was barred by communist authorities from returning to his native Poland. “He had come here to visit and ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Salvatore Intili, a senior at Nutley High School, will be attending Seton Hall University in the Fall.  Intili will major in Sports Writing. TAPinto Nutley congratulates the entire Class of 2022. Wishing you all much success in your future endeavors. If you would like to ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Isabella Guzman, a senior at Nutley High School will be attending Bucknell University in the fall. She is undecided on a pre-medical track. Isabella will be competing on the Division 1 rowing team at Bucknell. TAPinto Nutley congratulates the entire Class of 2022. Wishing you ...

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ESSEX COUNTY, NJ - Essex County College has entered into a partnership with Caldwell University and St. George’s University (SGU) designed to enable ECC students a pathway for admission into SGU’s School of Medicine. The program is dubbed the 2+1+4 Partnership.   The partnership allows ECC ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley High School Class of 2022's Mathew Harbison committed to The College of NJ this Fall. Harbison will be majoring in Engineering and playing football for the Lions.  TAPinto Nutley congratulates the entire Class of 2022. Wishing you all much success in your future ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Natalie Spina is headed to Maris College in the Fall. The latest Red Fox will be a proud member of the Class of 2026.  Spina will be majoring in Journalism.  TAPinto Nutley congratulates the entire Class of 2022. Wishing you all much success in your future endeavors. If you ...

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Please be advised that the power is back on at Nutley High School.  This evening’s Spring Concert will go on, as scheduled, tonight, Wednesday, May 11, 2022, in the NHS Auditorium. Details are below. 7:00 PM - The Thespian Honors Induction Ceremony 7:15 PM - The Tri-M Music Honors Society ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Chris Cugliari is graduating from St. Peter's Prep High School with Honors Cugliari has been accepted to William Paterson University (Honors College) to study Communication - Media Production He received a Trustee Scholarship and an Honors College Scholarship TAPinto ...

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After an all night effort, PSEG is still working to reinstate the power at Nutley High School.  Due to the continued lack of power, Nutley High School will be closed on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. The Nutley Public School district will be in touch in the coming days to detail how this closure ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Mackenzie Albert is a senior at Nutley High School. She is going to Study Animal science, and committed to play division 1 soccer. TAPinto Nutley congratulates the entire Class of 2022. Wishing you all much success in your future endeavors. If you would like to feature your ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Daniel Holler a senior at Nutley High School. He will be attending Montclair State University in the fall with a major of Justice Studies. He is also an Eagle Scout. TAPinto Nutley congratulates the entire Class of 2022. Wishing you all much success in your future ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Class of 2022 parents! TAPinto Nutley wants to feature your future graduate's Decision Day photos. We're publishing photos for everyone in town to see. Share your submissions to nutley@tapinto.net. Please include photo credit, student's name, school, and any other information you'd ...

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NEWARK, NJ — The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will be able to increase accessibility to STEM-based degrees and careers in Newark through an $800,000 grant recently awarded by the PSEG Foundation.  The aim of the grant monies, officials said, will be to expand STEM education, ...

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NEWARK, NJ — Wilhelmina Holder, an education activist in Newark who “worked tirelessly” and was beloved by many throughout the community, died at age 70, her family announced Sunday. Holder, a graduate of Newark Public Schools, was a driving force behind advocating for improvement across city ...

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BLOOMFIELD, N.J. – Two nationally prominent and distinguished citizens will receive honorary degrees from Bloomfield College on May 20, 2022 as part of the private, four-year College’s 149th commencement, President Marcheta P. Evans, Ph.D., announced today. Judge Jose L. Linares (Ret.) The ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ –  Facebook recently reminded Abby Merrill about her first Rutgers Day, stirring memories of the afternoon her heart melted at the sight of baby pigs and other animals on Cook Campus. Little did the communications major – or any of the other 100,000 people who attended the ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A $665 million development project envisioned as a place where innovations are hatched, developed and brought to market to benefit people across the planet will have an Irish accent. Atlantic Technological University (ATU), one of Ireland’s largest multi-campus universities ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Nutley High School is ranked 162nd in the state of New Jersey, according to this year's Best High Schools rankings by U.S. News & World Report. The magazine ranked 406 high schools in the state in new data released on Tuesday. Read the full report here. The state's top slot ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has profiled newsmakers from Barack Obama to Bruce Springsteen to Katharine Graham over a 40-year career will be awarded an honorary doctor of letters degree when he addresses graduates next month at the 256th anniversary commencement of ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morristown Festival of Books has announced the theme of this year's Teen Writing Contest. The theme will be Flash Fiction, a short story of 1,000 words or less.   All high school students from New Jersey are invited to submit a story on any theme, in any genre, that is 1,000 ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Both of Livingston’s public middle schools came in first place in the nation in the Continental Math League Competition after all three grades (sixth, seventh and eighth) placed in the top three in both the state and the county as a team earlier this spring, and several students ...

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NEWARK, NJ - Nutley Superintendent of Schools Dr. Julie Glazer has joined the Board of Trustees of the YMCA of Newark and Vicinity.  Dr. Glazer joined the Nutley Public Schools as Superintendent in July 2016 where she has focused on strengthening staff/teacher development, expanding curriculum, ...

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TRENTON, NJ — Gov. Phil Murphy has put planned gender identity and sexual orientation lessons on hold for first and second-graders after it outraged some parents and lawmakers. Under new sex education guidelines that was slated to start in September, a 30-minute lesson called “Pink, Blue and ...

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CLIFTON, NJ -  Superintendent of Schools Dr. Julie Glazer was presented with a special award for service to the people of Nutley at the 50th  Jaycees Distinguished Service Awards ceremony Wed. April 13, 2022.  The other honorees this year are: Business: Daniel Geltrude Education: Ian ...

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NEWARK, NJ — Renowned journalist Maria Hinojosa, who for decades has shed light on the immigrant experience in America, was named commencement speaker for Rutgers University-Newark’s first in-person graduation ceremony since 2019. The Rutgers Board of Governors voted Tuesday to award an honorary ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House Chief Medical Advisor who rose to national prominence during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, will take part in the Rutgers commencement ceremony at SHI Stadium next month, a source has told TAPinto New Brunswick. Fauci’s presence ...

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TRENTON NJ — There’s a new state initiative to get more men of color to become educators in the state. The New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) and Rowan University are teaming together for an initiative called "Men of Color Hope Achievers" (MOCHA), to recruit male minority teachers, ...

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BLOOMFIELD, NJ – Universal Technical Institute (UTI) Bloomfield’s campus leadership joined elected officials from Essex County, instructors, employers, and students to celebrate the recent opening of the technical school's Welding Technology Training Program. The 36-week program teaches students ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The Board of Education called for a special meeting last Thursday night to discuss a needed change to the schools’ employee health benefits plan. At stake was a surprising $8.5 million increase in premiums for the upcoming year.  “Last year was a historically bad year regarding the ...

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