Rutgers University Planning on Reopening for Fall 2021

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Nadia Ahmed-Student Journalist Whispers have been circulating that Rutgers will be reopening for the fall 2021 semester. Students and faculty are excited about the prospect of once again attending school in person. Nancy Cantor, Chancellor of Rutgers University-Newark, sent out an email on Jan. 27 stating that, “increasing mobilization of Rutgers’ own expertise and public … Continued

A Frontline Essential Worker’s Opinion about the COVID-19 Vaccine

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By: Sophia Prieto – Student Journalist After a full year of struggling against the pandemic and recent months of alarmingly high infection rates and death tolls, the country has recently been offered a light at the end of the tunnel in the form of small, multi-dose vials. On the morning of Monday, December 14, the … Continued

Zoom University: The Online School Experience of Gabriel De Oliveira

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Gabriel De Oliveira hits his alarm for the last time and rolls out of bed, fifteen minutes before his first class that begins at ten in the morning. Normally, he would wake up two hours before his class to wash up, eat a quick little breakfast, and make it to the bus stop on time to get on the bus. However, now after he washes up, he just returns to his room and sits at his desk parallel to his bed where his sheets still lay disheveled from his past night’s slumber. He opens his laptop and clicks a link for a zoom meeting where he logs onto his last first day of college.

An Artist’s Road to Success

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By Karoline Gonzalez ~ Student Journalist “When I was a kid, I was constantly taking things apart and putting things back together,” said Professor Keary Rosen, director of the Form Design Studio at Express Newark, “I was that kind of kid that was just curious about how things worked.” From a very young age, Rosen … Continued

Saul Bass & Kyle Cooper

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By Samia Jahangiri The last century saw a revolution in the world with the advent and expansion of modern technology. In the world of graphic and motion design, this allowed creatives to explore new art styles, aesthetics, and techniques in producing work that communicated with the audience in a more impactful way. However, the creative … Continued

1-1 with Enri’s Sumari’s Founder, Chad Nails

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By Britley Blessitt – Co Arts & Entertainment Editor Do you ever get so sick of stretch marks, dry skin, or eczema breakouts? Do you ever get so sick of those skin remedies filled with harmful chemicals? Do you ever feel like you would rather cover up than show off your skin? Fear not, I … Continued

How Do Rutgers Newark Students Feel About Online Learning?

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By Sarah Alaeddin – Executive Editor If typical school years begin with a bang, then this one began with a quiet thud. We asked Rutgers University-Newark students about their experiences with the pandemic and online learning, and here’s what they said. Name: Jebreal Habehh Year: Sophomore Major: Undecided, planning to join RBS Have you taken … Continued

Every Day Is A Crisis: Oncology Nurse On The Pandemic

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By Sarah Alaeddin – Executive Editor Sarah: What is your name and occupation? Elizabeth: My name is Elizabeth Alaeddin and I’m a registered nurse. I work at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Paterson, NJ. Sarah: What unit do you work in? Elizabeth: I work in the Medical Surgery/Oncology unit. I typically deal with cancer patients. Sarah: What is your typical … Continued