Writer’s Block: Reflecting On The Ridiculous


Recently, after a particularly stressful work week, I finally realized why parents and students get angry at me, the school counselor, when Harvard tells them they just don’t think it’s going to work out and denies their ‘uniquely brilliant child’ admission to their college. Was it inadequate SAT scores? An anemic GPA? What, oh what, destroyed the hope of an Ivy League education for their child?

NJ Files Suit Against Unregistered Charity Telemarketer

NEWARK – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs have filed suit against a North Jersey telemarketing company that allegedly solicited New Jersey residents on behalf of charities that are not registered in New Jersey; and that failed to keep financial records, required by law, to ensure that solicited donations actually are provided to charities and used for charitable causes.

From Wish Kid To Wish Granter

LINDEN — Recognizing the impact of her wish experience, 14-year-old Noelle Sollivan organized “Volley for Wishes,” a volleyball marathon to benefit Make-A-Wish® New Jersey, taking place at St. Mary & St. Elizabeth Academy on Saturday, April 14.