A consultant’s report about how supporters ought to spin a shotgun marriage of Rutgers-Camden and Rowan universities may have been premature, but it seemed prescient. Until now.

The Learning Alliance for Higher Education predicted a “New Rowan” University would face opposition, particularly from a Rutgers-Camden faculty facing amputation from the rest of the state’s signature university system. And nine weeks after Gov. Christie proclaimed the merger, the campaign against it, on campus and beyond, grows fiercer by the day.


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