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Philadelphia Inquirer: Monday, Jan. 25

“PRESIDENT BIDEN’S ECONOMIC RELIEF PACKAGE COULD CUT CHILDHOOD POVERTY IN HALF – BUT IT’S ONLY TEMPORARY” Joan Maya Mazelis (associate professor, FASC-sociology) is quoted discussing the potential impact that new proposals could have on children and families.

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The Record: Friday, Jan. 22

“YELLOW JOURNALISM PERIOD OFFERS CUES TO FIGHT FAKE NEWS, HEAL POLITICAL DIVIDE” This opinion column by Beth Rabinowitz (associate professor, FASC-political science) looks to history as a guide for fixing the current disinformation problem.

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News12 New Jersey: Thursday, Jan. 21

“NURSING STUDENTS GET FIRSTHAND EXPERIENCE WORKING AT COVID-19 VACCINE CENTER” Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden student Sarah Lemasney is interviewed about her work as a volunteer with Camden County’s vaccination center in Blackwood.

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KYW-TV (CBS3): Wednesday, Jan. 20

“PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN’S FIRST EXECUTIVE ORDER WILL REQUIRE MASKS ON FEDERAL PROPERTY” Kathryn Kovacs (professor, RLAW) is interviewed virtually about the environmental issues being addressed by new executive orders.

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WKXW-FM (NJ101.5): Monday, Jan. 18

“DO YOUNG VOTERS HAVE INTEREST IN FURTHER INVOLVEMENT IN POLITICS?” Daniel Hart (distinguished professor, FASC-psychology and senior vice chancellor) discusses the impact of youth voting at a local and national level.

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