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Another university copes with frat-related death

The University of Iowa bans alcohol at fraternity and sorority functions following the death of a freshman

Another university copes with frat-related death

The University of Iowa bans alcohol at fraternity and sorority functions following the death of a freshman

Michael Bloomberg will address Villanova graduates

Villanova taps three-term New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg as 2017 commencement speaker.

Michael Bloomberg will address Villanova graduates

Villanova taps three-term New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg as 2017 commencement speaker.
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Creative writing for veterans, a new course at MCCC

Veterans this fall will have a new venue to share their thoughts, a creative writing class at Montgomery County Community College.

Mandel named Temple law school dean


PSU board leaders: Al Lord should step down

Penn State board leaders call on Al Lord to step down after comments about Sandusky victims

A new N.J. law aims to prevent another Stockton-Showboat fiasco

The law requires university trustees sign off on property purchases of $10 million or more.

Applications to Temple up again


Jay Paterno seeks seat on PSU board

Jay Paterno, son of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno and a former assistant coach himself, is running for one of three open alumni-elected seats on the university's 38-member board of trustees.

Half-off Uber rides announced for Burlington County community college students

Rowan College at Burlington County will subsidize Uber rides between its campuses.

Food pantries at college campuses: How to help

A growing number of colleges have opened food pantries and other programs to combat student hunger on campus. Here’s how you can help.

Internships will be exempt from federal hiring freeze, White House says

Summer internships will be exempt from a federal hiring freeze, the White House said Tuesday, after a week of confusion for students and colleges.

Rutgers-Camden expands nursing program in Mercer County

A new program gives Mercer County Community College students the option to finish their Rutgers-Camden bachelor’s degrees on the community college campus.