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NJIT Confer Nearly 3,100 Degrees at 99th Commencement Graduation TODAY

19. May 2015

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New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) to Confer Nearly 2,700 Degrees at 99th Commencement Exercises on May 19th, TODAY. NACME President and CEO Irving Pressley McPhail to Deliver 2015 Commencement Address and Receive Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, and Charles Elachi, director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and a vice president at California Institute of Technology, […]

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Students in Rutgers Business School’s new course “Supply Chain Management for Fashion capped off their semester in style “Runway to Cuba”

14. May 2015

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After months of lessons on logistics of sourcing, producing and distributing, they tackled one of the industry’s essentials: a fashion show. “Runway to Cuba” transformed a corridor outside the Barat Foundation’s gallery in Newark’s Gateway Center into an impromptu runway, where models in sexy short sets, satiny skirts and seductive dresses strutted by as cameras […]

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Joey Alexander album debut, remember the name

12. May 2015

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Thanks to WBGO, Gary Walker and the radio stations seasonal fund raiser campaign drive, that introduced through a radio interview, a jazz prodigy and his new album release today.  His name is Joey Alexander, (jazz lovers and none jazz lovers alike) will remember the name of this jazz prodigy at just 11 years of age. […]

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NJIT Reaches for the Stars “New Solar Telescope Peers Deep into the Sun to Track the Origins of Space Weather”

6. May 2015

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Scientists at NJIT’s Big Bear Solar Observatory (BBS)) have captured the first high-resolution images of magnetic fields and plasma flows originating deep below the Sun’s surface, tracing the evolution of sunspots and magnetic flux ropes through the chromosphere before their dramatic appearance in the corona as flaring loops. The images, observed through NJIT’s 1.6 meter […]

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Newark Public Library Director to Retire

16. April 2015

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  Dr. Wilma Grey, Director of the Newark Public Library, yesterday announced her plan to retire later this year following forty-six years of service. She has held the post of Director since 2005.   “Wilma has been a passionate and tireless advocate for the Library, and we are grateful for her years of dedicated service […]

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Rutgers Board approved a the Merger between both Law School in Camden and Newark

3. April 2015

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The Rutgers Board of Governors today approved the merger of the two Rutgers law schools into one unified law school with two distinct locations in Camden and Newark, contingent upon approval by the American Bar Association. Poised to be a leader in legal education in the Northeast and among the nation’s public law schools, Rutgers […]

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The Passing of Cephas Bowles, an advocate of Jazz, dies at 62

25. February 2015

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Its is with sadness to report the passing of Cephas Bowles, an invigorating force behind Newark’s WBGO, dead at 62.  Cephas Bowles, the president and CEO of Newark’s WBGO Jazz 88.3, died. Bowles passed away Saturday at Hackensack University Medical Center following complications from a stem cell transplant, said his wife, Linda Arrington-Bowles. Bowles, 62, lived […]

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Black Ice the autobiography of Val James

19. February 2015

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Wow its is cold outside.  With plugging temperatures and Black history month, we thought it fitting to share a book about Black Ice.  No, not the icing black top that is cause of many traffic accidents in this wintery season, but the story of Val James.  Since Newark is a hockey town, we thought this […]

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Crossing Broadway, Washington Heights’ Transformation Since Great Depression

16. February 2015

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“Crossing Broadway: Washington Heights and the Promise of New York City,” by author Robert Snyder, looks into the neighborhood’s transition from being nicknamed “Frankfurt on the Hudson” because of its large German Jewish population to its current designation as home to the country’s largest Dominican community.   It shows how a neighborhood once nicknamed “Frankfurt on […]

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Wanted: Jazz Champion (Newark) Who Just Can’t Keep A Secret

13. February 2015

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Quick: Where is the largest, most comprehensive jazz archive and research center in the world? New Orleans? St. Louis? Kansas City? Try another river city farther east. Would you believe Newark, New Jersey? It’s true. On a hill above the prosaic Passaic River, where it has been housed at Rutgers University – Newark (RU-N) for […]

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