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TAPinto: Wednesday, June 10

“RUTGERS-CAMDEN HAMMER THROWER DOMINATES NATIONAL D3 CHAMPIONSHIP” Jude Misko won the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championship’s hammer throwing competition after completing a perfect season with the Scarlet Raptors.

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ABC News: Monday, June 7

“WOMEN OF COLOR EYE HISTORIC FIRSTS NATIONWIDE IN RACES FOR MAYOR, GOVERNOR, US SENATE” Kelly Dittmar (associate professor, FASC-political science) talks about women of color breaking barriers in political races.

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Philadelphia Inquirer: Sunday, June 6

“WITH PHILLY’S REOPENING, THE MUNDANE IS FUN AGAIN” Joan Maya Mazelis (associate professor, FASC-sociology) discusses social ties and the pandemic.

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Washington Post: Thursday, June 3

“WHEN WILL HARRIET TUBMAN ADORN THE $20 BILL?” Ruth Anne Robbins (distinguished clinical professor, RLAW) is quoted, and her research is cited, in this report.

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Star-Ledger: Thursday, June 3

“CONCERTS IN THE PARK WILL ALSO FEATURE POP-UP VACCINE CLINICS IN THIS N.J. COUNTY” The Camden County health department is partnering with the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden and Cooper University Health Care to offer free walk-up vaccinations at concerts.

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