ELIZABETH — Two service clubs from Benedictine Academy, an all-female Catholic college prep high school in Elizabeth, will be honored for their exceptional good works at the NJ “Jefferson Governor’s Award” Ceremony on May 21 at the Newark Museum.
SCRANTON, Pa. – Lauren A. Bottitta of Rahway was among the 58 University of Scranton students inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the national honor society for students in Jesuit colleges and universities, at a ceremony held recently on campus.
ROSELLE – Students put their debate skills to the test as they joined a panel of area business owners for a forum on general and business ethics. Both “teams” answered a series of questions regarding ethical dilemmas and engaged in a discussion about the merits of their positions.
CRANFORD — While you may have outstanding skills in your selected field of expertise, it is essential that you develop a most significant skill in writing to distinguish yourself from those with otherwise similar qualifications.
A few weeks ago a student attending a well-known Nevada university was raped on campus and is now suing the university for not protecting her, yet preventing her from protecting herself by prohibiting her the right to carry a handgun.
The hunt for Osama bin Laden was always a sideshow. President George W. Bush even said at one point that he wasn’t much concerned with finding him. He probably meant it.
The Republican plan is worse than bad policy. It is immoral. We can’t balance the budget on the backs of seniors and the poor. Programs that protect our parents and grandparents, like Medicare, should not be on the chopping block.
Those who founded this country knew quite well that every citizen must remain vigilant or freedom would be lost. This is the true nature of a patriot—one who sounds the clarion call when the Constitution is under attack.
HIGHLAND PARK – Police are investigating a possible child-luring attempt on South 8th Avenue Monday evening.