Image:  New Jersey City University is facing scrutiny from the state government following a financial collapse that saw a dramatic reversal of fortune with the institution reportedly going from a surplus of $108 million in 2013 to a deficit of $67 million amid plans to expand NJCU's campus. Last week Governor Phil Murphy, a Democrat, called for an investigation into the university's finances. "These figures, if true, are deeply troubling, and require an immediate, independent...


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