Author: Nick DiUlio

The recent decision to allow male and female students to live in the same dorm room at Rutgers’ New Brunswick campus has raised lots of questions—not the least of which is whether this practice eventually also will take hold at the university’s Camden campus.

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Late February has been quite a tease down here in South Jersey, giving us a cruel, fleeting taste of 70 degrees and sunshine. This, of course, has me thinking about surfing. It happens every late winter. I start getting the itch.

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A lawsuit is threatening to put a further chill in this weekend’s 17th annual Polar Bear Plunge in Sea Isle City.

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The arts scene is alive and well in Cumberland County. If you doubt that, check out the new undertaking by some folks at Cumberland County College.

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The popularity of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” has likely generated new interest in Atlantic City. Now a local exhibit gives visitors to America’s Playground an even closer look at the city’s unique and quirky history.

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What Price Restoration?

January 20, 2011

Down in South Jersey, there’s a small town that is wrestling with a difficult question: How much is historic preservation worth?

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The African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey is a little-known treasure – a small, unassuming and remarkable exhibit space tucked into the backwoods of Newtonville in Atlantic County.

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Ready for an Icy Plunge?

January 10, 2011

Feel like taking a swim in the Atlantic Ocean this month? No? Well, what if I told you it was for a good cause? Perhaps you’d reconsider?

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Do you know a New Jersey businessperson who deserves recognition for advancing women’s equality in America? If so, the Alice Paul Institute wants to hear from you.

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There’s good news for Camden as the New Year rolls in. The city is getting a new (and much anticipated) Salvation Army Community Center—and it’s going on top of an old landfill.

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