Author Archive: Thomas McLaughlin

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Digital Commons Connects Research and Support Centers Under One Roof

Digital Commons Connects Research and Support Centers Under One Roof

By Tom McLaughlin When it comes to digital technologies, you can say that Rutgers University–Camden students are well-connected. Undergraduates have regularly found guidance and support to explore their disciplines in the digital age at the campus-based Digital Studies Center and Writing and Design Lab. While these research and support centers once functioned separately on campus, […]

Posted in: Campus Life
Theater Program Continues 2018-2019 Season with Award-Winning Clybourne Park

Theater Program Continues 2018-2019 Season with Award-Winning Clybourne Park

By Tom McLaughlin The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will continue its 2018-19 season with Bruce Norris’ Clybourne Park. The production – directed by Kenneth Elliott, an associate professor and chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Rutgers–Camden – will run from Wednesday, Feb. 13, to Sunday, Feb. 17 in the Walter K. Gordon Theater […]

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Researcher Studies Effect of Probation and Parole Fines and Fees on Individuals’ Prospects of Success

Researcher Studies Effect of Probation and Parole Fines and Fees on Individuals’ Prospects of Success

By Tom McLaughlin For many paroled inmates, release from jail may signal a new beginning, but their freedom is anything but free. Nate Link explains that, when these released inmates attempt to integrate back into society, they typically need to fulfill an array of new financial obligations – monthly community supervision, electronic monitoring, and mandatory […]

Posted in: Community Outreach
Senior Graphic Design Major Creates New Logo for New Jersey Women Vote

Senior Graphic Design Major Creates New Logo for New Jersey Women Vote

By Tom McLaughlin Ariel Adels recalls that, ever since she was young, she has enjoyed doing just about anything art-related: “painting, drawing, photography, whatever I could get my hands into.” So the Sewell resident decided on a bachelor’s degree in graphic design with a minor in marketing at Rutgers University–Camden as the most effective way […]

Posted in: Scarlet Pride
Public Policy Expert Explains Economic Impact of Legal Marijuana

Public Policy Expert Explains Economic Impact of Legal Marijuana

By Tom McLaughlin New Jersey inched closer toward legalized recreational marijuana use on Nov. 26 when the senate budget and appropriations committee and assembly appropriations committee approved a new plan to regulate and tax it. So what will be the economic impact of legal cannabis and what can we learn from other states that have […]

Posted in: Research Highlights