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Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes Concert is Rescheduled for February 16
Pharmaceutical Sales in a Digital Age Conference to be Presented at William Paterson University on January 31, 2013
Newsnotes About Faculty, Staff, and Students
Cohen, Marabondo Honored at Annual NJAIAW Event
Women’s Basketball Looks to Improve NJAC Tournament Seeding
Men’s Basketball On Verge of Clinching NJAC Postseason Berth
Greater Paterson Chamber of Commerce Honors William Paterson University with Faith in Paterson Award at 104th Annual Gala
President Kathleen Waldron accepted the award on behalf of the University at the Greater Paterson Chamber of Commerce’s 104th Annual Gala on Saturday, January 26, 2013.
Financial Planning Students Place Third in 2013 National Industry Issues Competition
Students Linda Hoxha and Ania Lamparska were one of three finalist teams competing in Tucson, Arizona on January 28.
Jeremiah Fraites '09: Rocking with The Lumineers
Jeremiah Fraites co-founded the The Lumineers, the red-hot band with the hit single "Ho Hey," performing on Saturday Night Live and David Letterman, and garnering two Grammy nominations.
Students, Staff Participate in Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Activities in Jersey City and Newark
William Paterson students and staff volunteered at public schools in Jersey City and Newark as part of the nationwide Martin Luther King Day of Service on January 21.
Lynn McVey ’81: Rising to the Top in Healthcare
University alumna and acting president and CEO of Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center takes on Superstorm Sandy and keeps her hospital and its patients safe.
Master Chef Jacques Pépin to Speak on February 1 as Part of the William Paterson University's 33rd Distinguished Lecturer Series
Pépin has published more than 25 cookbooks, hosted 12 highly acclaimed public television shows and taught millions of Americans—plus an entire generation of chefs—how to cook.
University Mourns the Loss of Hugh Aitken, Paul Chao, and Lorraine Cheng
The University remembers two professors and a Cheng Library benefactor.