Look at the person sitting two tables over from you at the Rebecca Stafford Student Center, or the student in the back of the classroom whose name you can’t seem to remember. What are their fears, aspirations, talents and passions? It is the goal of Taylor Smith, a freshman psychology and social work major, to find out.
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The new four-lane bowling alley in Boylan Gymnasium began construction and is expected to be completed by mid-May.
When it comes to alternative, punk, pop-punk and other subgenres of rock music, fans are diehard. These people, who have formed their own culture, come together for a common cause: to support their favorite bands, who some fans claim have done as much as saved their lives through music. With fans so invested in this music and the performers within it, every headline in Alternative Press is breaking news: new albums, record deals, tour dates, break ups.
Learning to understand a foreign language well enough to fit into a new social setting is difficult, so imagine having to master that language with enough proficiency to pass college courses and ace job interviews. Many international students still struggle with the English language, but some are overcoming the challenge through the University’s English Second Language (ESL) support service, a part of Tutoring and Writing Services in the Center for Student Success (CSS).
NJ bill, A1823, which could provide a tax credit to college students for textbook purchases, has been proposed with the intention of encouraging taxpayers and their dependents to choose NJ educational institutions over out-of-state schools.
Annually, 30 million people in the US suffer from eating disorders every year, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder, with the majority of victims in their teens and twenties.
Interning in Washington and working with the Chinese Ministry on Civil Affairs are accomplishments worth bragging about for any college student. But for Chris Miller, a political science major, such an experience was much more significant.
A new graduate degree, Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS), created to teach students how to process, manage and store data, was approved and will be offered to students in fall 2014. The program is the first cross-school program available to students in the School of Science and the Leon Hess Business School.
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Toms River school district passed a partnership with the University this January, that will allow education majors the opportunity to receive field experience working in the school district, Thomas Gialanella, Interim Superintendent of Toms River schools said. Students will be placed into the district as early as Sept. 2014.