One in 10 U.S. adults has diabetes, a condition that does not allow the body to transform food into energy. Although records of the disease go back 2,000 years and diabetes can often be prevented, it continues to grow.
HILLSIDE — Called “the pre-eminent guitarist of our time”, by Boston Magazine, Sharon Isbin will perform a solo guitar concert on Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in Kean University’s Enlow Recital Hall.
CENTERVILLE, Mass. — After setting a single-season school record for victories and qualifying for the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in program history, the New Jersey City University women’s soccer team will have their season continue into the month of November for the second straight year.
PITMAN–New Jersey City University junior forward Walter Avans (Roselle Park/Union Catholic) a top scorer for the Gothic Knights—has been voted to the Second-Team All-New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) squad for the 2010 season in voting by the league’s 10 head coaches announced this week.
CAPE COD, Mass. – The Kean University field hockey team has been selected as the fifth seed in the upcoming Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Mid-Atlantic Field Hockey Championships, and will face fourth-seeded SUNY Oneonta in the opening round.
UNION – After capturing the ninth New Jersey Athletic Conference championship in program history, the Kean University men’s soccer team opens the NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Tournament against United States Merchant Marine Academy on Friday, November 12.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Cassie Dent of Edison won a contest held by Middlesex County College’s Blue Colt Bookstore to create a t-shirt for the college’s New Brunswick Center.
TRENTON – Workers in New Jersey will see at least one tax rate cut in 2011. The employee payroll tax rate for the Family Leave Insurance (FLI) program will be adjusted downward beginning Jan. 1, 2011, giving the state’s economy an estimated $57 million boost.
The outrageous invasion of our privacy rights that is the whole-body scanner (and its equally outrageous counterpart, the full-body pat down) was hurriedly put in place by the government, before Americans could really comprehend what it would mean and whether they were willing to tolerate it.