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July 2019

How N.J. can improve redistricting process with a few changes, WHYY, July 16, Rutgers Law Prof. Ronald Chen quoted

Whitey's on the moon: why Apollo 11 looked so different to black America, The Guardian, July 15, SASN Prof. Neil Maher quoted

A different view, NJ Biz, July 15, CUEED Managing Director Jasmine Cordero-West featured

Why Children Like Repetition, and How It Helps Them Learn, Psychology Today, July 10, SASN Professor Vanessa LoBue 

Commentary: Denver Art Museum has turned into Denver’s living room. The Denver Post, July 7, SASN Asst. Professor Jordan Casteel quoted

‘Uncharted Territory’: For Historians Navigating Online Hate, a Scholarly Association Offers a Map. The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 3, SASN Prof. Audrey Truschke quoted

NBCC Emerging Critics Class of 2019. Nationl Book Critics Circle. RU-N Alumni Diego Báez and Laura Villareal featured.

June 2019

Bookmaker William Hill donates $50,000 from a copyright lawsuit to Rutgers-Newark's master of fine arts program in creative writing, NY Times | Seattle Times | Tap Into | Washington Post | AP News | 13 WREX | My North West | 9 and 10 News | News Observer | The Tribune | CT Post | Meadville Tribune | 27 ABC WKOW | Seattle Pi | Midland Daily News | Miami Herald | Timesunion | Chron | Myrtle Beach Online | Charlotte Observer | SF Gate | Start Tribune | Centre Daily Times | The Philadelphia Tribune | Michigan's  Thumb | Post Register | Merced Sun-Star | Beaumont Enterprise | 600 City News | News Times | Belleville News-Democrat | The Island Packet | The State Journal | LMT Online | My SA | Winchester Star | The Daily Item | Muskogee Phoenix | The Intellingencer | New Canaan News | Twitter @darrenrovell 

Podcasts Are Providing A New Way Into Poetry, WWNO New Orleans Public Radio, June 29, featuring SASN MFA Alumnus Saeed Jones

Q&A: The roles of race, politics, and party in Benton Harbor, where Michigan’s governor wants to shutter the high school, Chalkbeat, June 24, RU-N Political Science Professor Domingo Morel interviewed

The United States' Debt to Immigrants, The New Republic, June 25, Written by RU-N Prof. Gaiutra Bahadur 

Innovation is in our DNA: Oemer Akyazici, CEO Magazine, June 20, RU-N Alumnus Oemer Akyazici featured 

Five NY1 Anchorwomen Sue Cable Channel for Age and Gender Discrimination, NY Times, June 19, Rutgers Law School-Newark Dean David Lopez quoted

Law Schools See 'Trump Effect,' With More Students Studying Immigration Law, WBUR, June 19, Rutgers Law School cited

How states can step in when Trump doesn't enforce laws, Politico, June 18, Rutgers Law Prof. David Noll co-authored op-ed

Veteran educator teaches robotics to children coping with trauma, Crain's New York Business, June 18, SASN Alumna Pamela Davis featured 

Prof. Sahar Aziz on the death of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, TRT World, June 17. Rutgers Law Prof. David Noll co-authored op-ed

U.S. weighs limits, break-ups for Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. The Philadelphia Inquirer. June 17. Rutgers Law Prof. Mike Carrier quoted:

We Will Not Be Exorcised, NY Times, June 17, Op-ed by MFA Professor Rigoberto González

Lancaster County president judge at traffic stop: 'You better check the registration on this plate soon.' June 17, Lancaster Online. Rutgers Law Prof. John Leubsdorf quoted:

Three Newark filmmakers selected to attend Cannes Can Diversity Collective Festival in France through partnership including Express Newark: NJ.com | Pix11 | News 12 New Jersey | New Jersey Stage

50 Unapologetically Queer Authors Share the Best LGBTQ Books of All Time, The Oprah Magazine, June 4, Entry by RU-N alumnus Saeed Jones

Big Tech is now on feds’ hit list for anti-competitive tactics, but will anything really change? Market Watch, June 4, Rutgers Law School Prof. Mike Carrier quoted | CNBC

Rutgers adds online digital marketing master’s degree, NJ Biz, June 4

The Future of Affirmative Action, Harvard Law Review, June 3, Written by Rutgers Law School & SASN Prof. Elise Boddie