Don’t miss this issue’s featured stories:
- Alex Lewis reports on how homeless people in New Brunswick were left out in the cold.
- Alex, Priyanka Bansal, Sarah Doherty, Xiaoyu Li, and Margaret Shepherd discover that the greed of the airlines, and the failure of Rutgers University administrators to address the needs of international students, made a tough situation for international students even worse.
- Natalie Francisco looks into what local musicians are doing to survive.
- Natasha Lopez finds that her mother experienced quarantine-inspired creativity that resulted in a changed arepa recipe.
- Olivia Crane interviews her father about his dangerous job of delivering masks to hospitals.
- Chris Rodgers explains his grateful feelings despite his many pandemic-related losses.
- Dan Cretella reports on how Hong Kong pro-democracy protestors are keeping their movement alive.
- Roger Wang argues that culture jamming’s moment may have come.
- Natalia Senanayake profiles a student who started a jewelry business of her own.
The SC&I community joins Assistant Professor of Professional Practice Mary D’Ambrosio and the faculty editorial board in congratulating the aspiring journalists on their excellent work.
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