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Young Animal curator Gerard Way teases a villainous super-team for the upcoming third volume of his Umbrella Academy series, Hotel Oblivion.

Jets Players and Fans Sample Some of the Best Food in NYC and New Jersey at Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan

Snapshots of the Green & White During Field Workouts from the Offseason Program

Eight Drew University student-athletes have been named to the Landmark Conference All-Sportsmanship Team for the Spring 2018 season. One student-athlete from each institution in each sport, as selected by the players and coaches on their respective team, is recognized, and there were a total of 73 honorees across the conference.

Drew University has placed 32 student-athletes on the 2018 Landmark Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll. Combining the honorees from all three seasons, a total of 78 Rangers have been now recognized for their success in the classroom during the 2017-18 academic year.

The Drew University baseball team has placed two players on the All-Landmark Conference Team. Junior shortstop Zach Lipshitz (Scotch Plains, N.J.) was named First Team All-Landmark for the second straight season, while senior outfielder Ryan Sabbag (Miami, Fla.) earned a spot on the All-Landmark Second Team.

Bright Horizons Vice President for Education and Development Rachel Robertson recently wrote an article in Exchange Magazine entitled, "Imagine That... The Power of Pretend Play in Executive Function Development." Robertson explores the concept of executive function in early childhood education.

SEATTLE (AP) — Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates saw an opportunity with a new federal education law that has widespread repercussions for American classrooms.

May 4, 2018 — Sedona Hill, who graduates with a degree in business administration, has traveled to all seven continents. But her biggest adventure still awaits — graduation! The University Honors student, Global Scholar and Metropolitan Campus Pinnacle Award recipient will address the crowd at MetLife Stadium on behalf of her classmates
FDU: What motivates you academically
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My family. I always strive to make…

Soccer Sweet 16, tuition reduction, star speakers, Rodin sleuthing and prize-winning professors.

MADISON, N.J. – For 41 years, the student-athletes and staff at the FDU-Florham athletic department could walk into the Ferguson Recreation Center and know that without a doubt they would be greeted with a warm smile and familiar words – "You reap what you sow."