Tag: college

ROONEY: The college cheating scandal is limousine liberal privilege in practice!

TRENTON, N.J. — A major scandal rocking higher education in the United States is also raising larger questions about whether the current system is fair (or even makes sense). Save Jersey Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney was back on Chasing News with Bill Read More

Legislators sponsor resolution opposing sale of N.J. college to Chinese company

PRINCETON, N.J. — Will China soon own an institution of higher education on New Jersey soil? The century-old, Princeton-based Westminster Choir College, a well-respected music school, may soon be the property of a Chinese government-owned company named “Beijing Kaiwen Education Read More

You’re struggling to pay property taxes and college bills. Murphy gave $1.6 million to ‘undocumented’ students.

By The Staff _ Specifically? New Jersey spent your tax dollars on $1.6 million in financial aid for 513 undocumented immigrant college students who attended classes at Garden State colleges in the fall 2018 semester, a “priority” of the Murphy Administrating Read More

Former N.J. College Democrat leader endorses Hugin, says Menendez “left our state behind”

TRENTON, N.J. — Bob Hugin is picking up more Democrat support today and some additional momentum in the form of support from a former leader of the New Jersey’s College Democrats. A resident of Jersey City, Demetrius Terry, age 25 Read More

Are Rutgers students and taxpayers paying more for “settlements, buyouts and golden parachutes”?

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Tuition is on the rise at Rutgers University again, Save Jerseyans, to the tune of 2.3% for the 2018-2019 academic year. What, exactly, are students paying for? On Monday, state Senator Joe Pennacchio (R-26) unloaded on Read More

Stop referring to Murphy’s plan as “free” tuition; N.J. taxpayers will foot the bill! | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _  The vacationing Governor Phil Murphy’s plan for “free tuition” at New Jersey community colleges isn’t new, Save Jerseyans, but it’s no less terrible than when the idea first cropped up last fall, during the gubernatorial race. Read More

Who cares how good N.J. schools are if their students flee after graduation?

By Matt Rooney _ There’s a new study out which you may’ve seen or heard about in the news, Save Jerseyans, trumpeting New Jersey’s public schools as the second best in the nation. I have my issues with the methodology Read More