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“I believe the governor was trying his best to provide solutions while cases were surging. Unfortunately, this test was not particularly user-friendly and I think that created a barrier to use. It required a lot of work on the part of the individual — scheduling an online appointment and mailing in your sample — and the results weren’t immediate.”
Professor of Public Health, Stephanie Silvera, discusses the state’s distribution of free COVID tests and how only 113K were used with NJ.com.
“I think the entire interaction is indicative of the incompetence of the Paterson Police Department, even if they may have had training. This incident does not display, or it doesn’t give me any confidence that the training was, again, efficient for matters such as mental health crises.”
Professor of Justice Studies, Jason M. Williams, discusses the recent Paterson police killing with NJSpotlightNews.org.
“Usually, what has happened in such cases is that there has been an excessive identification with an actor or artist and the outcome of an award decision. The viewer has tied some aspect of their self-identity to whether or not the star wins.“
Professor of Classics and General Humanities, Glen Robert Gill, discusses the 2023 Oscars Award Show with USAToday.com.
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