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Underage Teen's 'Alcohol Related Death' Highlights Need for Responsibility and Accountability at Frat Houses

Underage Teen's 'Alcohol Related Death' Highlights Need for Responsibility and Accountability at Frat Houses
Years ago, an incident like the death of Caitlyn P. Kovacs would have been considered a personal tragedy, primarily the fault of the deceased. Not anymore. Over the past two decades the state of New Jersey has passed a myriad of laws that have shifted the responsibility for such actions to the adult hosts, be they parents or a bunch of partying Frat boys. New Jersey's 'Social Host Liability Act' and related laws additionally have added several serious criminal and civil penalties to such situations, from jail time to steep fines or both. But is it enough?
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Rutgers Sticking it to Students... Again



Rutgers Sticking it to Students... Again


Starting next year, a student a Rutgers University's College of Arts and Science at New Brunswick, who is on the most popular meal and housing plan, will have to shell out $25,007 for a single year. Keep in mind – Rutgers is a state university.
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In Most States, Highest Paid Employee is College Sports Coach

In Most States, Highest Paid Employee is College Sports Coach
For New Jersey, the highest paid state employee is Rutgers football coach Kyle Flood, who makes $750,000 before incentives. All football coaches combined for $2.5 million (none less than $118,000). The women's basketball coach makes $550K, and her staff combines to $1.2 million (none less than $55,000).
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Christie's Poll Numbers Unexpectedly Drop in New Jersey

Christie's Poll Numbers Unexpectedly Drop in New Jersey
Rutgers released a poll that show Chris Christie has 68 percent overall approval among New Jersey residents, down a few points and showing real weakness on the economy, jobs and taxes.
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Rutgers President Should Have Known

Rutgers President Should Have Known
So we have recent anti-women and anti-gay scandals and three basketball coaches fired for moral turpitude kind of stuff, but the President of Rutgers didn't think, "Oh, dang. It's happening again. I better get on top of this!"
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Hannity on Abusive Rutgers Coach: 'I Kinda Like Old-Fashioned Discipline'

Hannity on Abusive Rutgers Coach: 'I Kinda Like Old-Fashioned Discipline'
Fox News host Sean Hannity gave the video of Rutgers men's basketball coach Mike Rice abusing players a big shrug of the shoulders. Laying the blame on political correctness, he told guest Michelle Malkin that he kind-of likes "old-fashioned discipline."
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