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Kaan Jon Boztepe is a School of Arts and Sciences senior double majoring in philosophy and history. His column, "Kaanotations," runs on alternate Tuesdays.

BOZTEPE: Others are not focused on you

How often have you had these questions pop up in your mind: “If I stand up now and leave the room to call my doctor will the professor hate me?”, “is everyone looking at me right now?”, “was my question stupid?” and the list is endless.  

Neha Saju is a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore planning on majoring in political science and history and minoring in English. Her column, "Pride, Not Prejudice," runs on alternate Fridays.

SAJU: Education remains incredibly important amid coronavirus disease crisis

The security of a nation depends on the knowledge of its citizens, as education is the foundational aspect of society. Protecting the safety of American citizens has often surpassed other social and economic values, but the conservation and cultivation of educational practices must remain central to transform security measures according to the unpredictability of a changing world. 


EDITORIAL: Rutgers' coronavirus disease response comes up short

Rutgers, much like the federal government of the United States, has found itself completely and utterly unprepared to handle the outbreak of COVID-19, and just like the constituents of the U.S. government are going to pay for their leaders’ ineptitude, Rutgers students find themselves as victims of their administration’s general incapability. 

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