Poison Center: Fall Season Offers Great Scenery, Potential Dangers

NEWARK — New Jersey residents often take advantage of the cool, comfortable temperatures of autumn to enjoy the beauty of nature and clean up around their homes. The experts at the New Jersey Poison Control Center are urging homeowners to be aware this fall of some potential dangers lurking in parks, in fields and yards, under leaves and in gutters.

ACT Announces Student Poster Contest

IOWA CITY, Iowa—ACT kicks off its annual high school student poster design contest on October 18. The goal of the contest is to encourage others to plan and prepare for college. Winners will be selected based on creativity, visual appeal and overall impact.

Report: Significant Gaps Persist Between Career Interests Job Projections

IOWA CITY, Iowa—ACT has released national and state-specific data for all 50 states that helps answer the question: Are students prepared for college and career? The analysis reveals likely shortfalls in high-growth career fields as well as inadequate preparation to succeed in coursework required for these fields.

Rutgers To Present Public Lecture On “Jewish Renaissance in the Russian Revolution,”

NEW BRUNSWICK – Kenneth B. Moss, the Felix Posen Chair of Modern Jewish History at Johns Hopkins University, will return to his alma mater to deliver a talk about the unlikely Jewish cultural renaissance that emerged between 1917 and 1921 in the midst of war and revolutionary upheaval in the Russian empire.