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Gov. Murphy begins process of re-opening state amid coronavirus pandemic

May 27, 2020 Jesse Stiller 0

Gov. Phil Murphy made an announcement on May 14, according to, to reopen New Jersey beaches, beginning the process of re-opening the state to its “new normal.” The order went into effect on May 22, the weekend of the unofficial start of the summer. The governor also recently allowed high schools to host in-person graduation ceremonies starting July 6, according to […]

Campus Town businesses gear up for spring semester

February 2, 2020 Jesse Stiller 0

The cool, modern atmosphere and scent of blended fruit at Frutta Bowls in the College’s Campus Town is calm, refreshing and tempting enough to make anyone crave a smoothie or a bowl. Across the street, the warm, friendly environment of the RedBerry Frozen Yogurt and Smoothie Bar has a similar aroma, attracting customers with bright colors and a clean, slick interior. […]

Sensationalism generates unethical journalism

February 26, 2019 Jesse Stiller 0

Fake news — it’s a term that’s been hurled time and time again against the media for the last three years. A report from the Media Research Center revealed that 92 percent of President Donald Trump’s media coverage in 2018 was slanted in a negative light. […]

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