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Emily Krowicki named 2021 Rutgers–Camden Student Veteran of the Year

On Top of the World: Nursing major earns top honor from Rutgers–Camden’s Office of Military and Veterans Affairs Nov. 16, 2021 Emily Krowicki named 2021 Rutgers–Camden Student Veteran of the Year CAMDEN, N.J. – Serving in the United States Marine Corps, recalls Emily Krowicki, she enjoyed a sense of “community and purpose” among her comrades which she lost upon being honorably discharged after six years. “I didn’t realize that sense of connection was even missing,” says the second-year Rutgers University–Camdennursing major. “That is, until I found it again working in the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs at Rutgers–Camden.” In... Read more →


Chapter One

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor Most often seen in this week's news is the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. He was 17 years old, from Kenosha, Wisconsin, and went out during the riots to offer medical aid to his neighbors. Yes, he had a gun (a very big gun) with him, but he also had a medical kit and had been trained in emergency medicine. So what's the problem? There shouldn't have been a problem. ALL issues pertaining to guns are STATES RIGHTS ISSUES. The United States Constitution lists what the federal government can and cannot do. It doesn't mention guns.... Read more →

Ways You Can Help Your Local Community

Your local community needs you now more than ever. Helping out your community, and the families, businesses, and voluntary organizations that operate and trade within the area is positive. Focusing your efforts on your local community and giving back will benefit so many people. So, how can you help, and what questions should you be asking yourself? Do You Much Time You Have to Give Being honest upfront is always the best policy. How much time do you have to spare? Or how much time can you create within your schedule? Before you start offering up your services or giving... Read more →

The Catholic Star Herald Talking Catholic: Discover Catholic Schools Week 2021

By Staff Reports - November 15, 202 We may be a little biased, but we think Catholic schools are consistently the best option for most families. They provide excellent academics, dedicated faculty, and a deeper connection to our faith. With those thoughts in mind, we brought in some guests that live these values every day. Joining hosts Marianela Nunez and Mike Walsh today are educators Dr. Janice DeCicco Fipp, principal at St. Joseph Regional School in Somers Point, NJ; Tom Iacovone, Jr., principal at Gloucester Catholic Junior and Senior High School in Gloucester City, NJ; Patricia Naples, middles school science... Read more →

Cryptocurrency exchange review: The best platform for crypto traders in 2021

More information about the best place to buy crypto When choosing a cryptocurrency exchange, the main thing to consider is the characteristics. The features of the service help in determining whether it will ease investors' and traders' lives. Cryptology is straightforward and offers many benefits to newbies and experienced users. The top characteristics of the platform 1 A straightforward service. An easy-to-use platform implies fast operations. Speed is the most crucial thing of trading service. No one will want to get stuck in processes that involve money. 2. Affordable charges. What most people in the trading industry fear is incurring... Read more →

Judith Augusta Senft, of Audubon Park

Mahaffey Milano Funeral Home Audubon Park - Judith Augusta Senft, age 83, of Audubon Park, NJ passed away on November 7, 2021. She was born to the late Carl and Cynthia (Richards) Seifling in Camden, NJ. Judith was a Registered Nurse at Kennedy Hospital in Cherry Hill, NJ for over 20 years. A movie fanatic, she enjoyed watching moves as well as reading movie magazines. Judith loved spending time at the beach as well as shopping. She adored animals and was a devoted and caring mother and grandmother who will be deeply missed. She is predeceased by her parents, Carl... Read more →

Rowan’s Kristiina Castagnola and Molly Gorczyca Named to the 2021 Senior Team

BROCKPORT, N.Y. — Rowan’s Kristiina Castagnola and Molly Gorczyca have been named to the 2021 NFHCA Division III Senior Team as recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA). The selected student-athletes were nominated by their NFHCA member coach and were chosen based on their career accomplishments, while all six NCAA Division III regions are represented on the team. The members of the 2021 Division III Senior Team were initially announced during a live video presentation featuring member coaches on Monday afternoon. In lieu of the traditional coach-led trophy presentation at the NFHCA Senior Games — which were cancelled... Read more →

Are You LIving Near A Toxic Hot Spot?

How You Can Report on the Toxic Hot Spots Near You by Ava Kofman and Lylla Younes ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Series: Sacrifice Zones Mapping Cancer-Causing Industrial Air Pollution Is the community you cover located in or near a hot spot of cancer-causing industrial air pollution? The ProPublica reporters who built the most detailed map of toxic hot spots have created this guide to help journalists across the country illuminate the risks readers face and the remedies they might have to... Read more →