Paterson Teacher Loses Lupus Symptom Discrimination Appeal

October 11, 2016

PATERSON, N.J. - The Paterson school district did not discriminate against a teacher who claimed she was inadequately accommodated because she had lupus symptoms, an appellate court recently ruled, according to officials. 

The Superior Court appellate panel upheld the state Division on Civil Rights in its Final Determination on the case, according to state Attorney General ...

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State of New Jersey Proclaims October 15-22 Women Entrepreneurship Week

October 14, 2016

The state of New Jersey has officially proclaimed October 15-22 as Women Entrepreneurship Week in honor of the movement started on the Montclair State University campus in 2014.

Now celebrated around the world, the 2016 Women Entrepreneurship Week (WEW) will include events on 36 college and university campuses in countries including the Dominican Republic and Australia. In the United States, ...

Wow! What a Night!

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Hard to believe, but this one is not about Rutgers athletics. Well, maybe a little bit.

I just got home from the “Rutgers – State of the University.” Jenn and I were fortunate to be invited to hear President Barchi share his vision and update us on the current state of Rutgers.  I have never been more excited to be a part of the Rutgers family.

97% of Westfield High School Graduates Continuing Education

A total of 97 percent of the Westfield High School (WHS) graduates of 2016 are pursuing a higher education this fall. According to a report released by the WHS Office of Counseling Services, 450 students are continuing their education with 91 percent attending four-year colleges and universities, 5 percent attending two-year colleges, and 1 perecent entering vocational, business ...