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KYW-TV (CBS3): Wednesday, Nov. 3

“2021 ELECTION DAY RESULTS FOR GOP COULD BE PREVIEW OF 2022 MIDERMS, RUTGERS–CAMDEN POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR SAYS” Kelly Dittmar (associate professor, FASC-political science) discusses what the election results could mean for both political parties.

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WPVI-TV (6ABC): Tuesday, Nov. 2

“SCHOOL BOARD RACES IN OUR AREA ARE GETTING MORE ATTENTION, AND MORE MONEY” Gloria Bonilla-Santiago (Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor, GSC-public policy and administration; director, Community Leadership Center) discusses the current events that have led to an increased interest in school board elections.

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WCAU-TV (NBC10): Sunday, Oct. 31

“HOW TO SURVIVE THE SUPPLY CHAIN SLOWDOWN” In an interview, S. Karti Puranam (assistant professor, SBC-management) discusses how supply chain issues are affecting consumers and when he estimates these issues will resolve.

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CBC: Friday, Oct. 29

“META SHARES JUMP ON NAME-CHANGE NEWS – BUT IT’S A CANADIAN MATERIALS COMPANY, NOT FACEBOOK” This report cites research conducted by Vadim Balashov (associate professor, SBC-finance) and Andrei Nikiforov (clinical assistant professor, SBC-finance) and includes an interview with Balashov.

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Star-Ledger: Wednesday, Oct. 27

“HALLOWEEN IS HAPPENING. HOW N.J. TOWNS ARE CRAFTING THEIR OWN CELEBRATIONS THIS YEAR.” This roundup of statewide Halloween events includes “Safe Halloween,” an annual free event hosted by the Rutgers Law School in Camden Black Law Students Association on the Rutgers–Camden campus quad.

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