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Violent Storms Kill 24 In North Carolina
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Too Many College Students, Not Enough Dorms [AUDIO]

New Jersey colleges and universities are building more dormitories, but they can't keep up with demand. It's a problem New Jersey has been struggling with for years.

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Obama Proposes New System for Rating Colleges

Calling higher education an "economic imperative," President Barack Obama is pushing for an ambitious new government rating system for colleges that would judge schools on affordability and performance and ultimately determine how federal financial aid is distributed.

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NJ Students Being Poached by Other States [AUDIO]

The New Jersey brain drain continues at a staggering rate.

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Seton Hall Fire In 2000 Spurs Federal Legislation In 2013

A bill has been introduced in congress in an effort provide college students with fire safety education and training.

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Keeping an Eye on Taxpayer Dollars at Colleges

A New Jersey lawmaker is pushing a plan she says will better protect students and taxpayer dollars.

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Rutgers Sees Modest Economic Gain from Sandy

Economists at Rutgers University are estimating that Superstorm Sandy will have a net positive effect on New Jersey's economy assuming the state pulls in at least $25 billion for recovery and reconstruction.

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Bill to Help College Students Find Work Advances

Employers who hire college students for internships would receive tax credits under legislation that's been approved by the State Assembly.  The measure is sponsored by Assembly Democrats Craig Coughlin, Pamela Lampitt, Cleopatra Tucker and Daniel Benson.

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NJ Voters Approve Borrowing Money for College Projects

New Jersey voters have approved allowing the state to borrow $750 million to pay for new and expanded academic buildings for colleges and universities.

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Where Does NJ Rank for College Costs?

The cost of higher education continues to grow. The College Board says the sticker price of in-state tuition at four-year public universities climbed an average of roughly $400 this fall to $8,655, an increase of nearly 5 percent.

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NJ Has Third-Highest In-State Tuition Costs, Report Indicates

The cost of higher education continues to grow.

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