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EDITORIAL: Hungarian transgender legislation is dehumanizing

Headlines across the globe seldom are absent the words “coronavirus” or “pandemic,” so naturally, news unrelated to the crisis at hand slips under the radar. One example of this is Hungary, which, outside of forming an increasingly autocratic government, is apparently ready to marginalize their transgender further. 

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University President Jonathan Holloway said courses that benefit from campus facilities, such as clinical work, the arts or laboratory work, will be able to meet in person with proper health precautions. 
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University President Jonathan Holloway said courses that benefit from campus facilities, such as clinical work, the arts or laboratory work, will be able to meet in person with proper health precautions. 

Nurses at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital said the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will likely change the healthcare system long after the pandemic ends. 
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Nurses at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital said the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will likely change the healthcare system long after the pandemic ends. 

Diomedes Tsitouras, AAUP-BHSNJ executive director, said some members of the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences faculty have been working in hospitals with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients. 
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Diomedes Tsitouras, AAUP-BHSNJ executive director, said some members of the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences faculty have been working in hospitals with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients. 

Counseling, Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Programs and Psychiatric Services have closed its physical offices but are still meeting with students through phone or video calls. 
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Counseling, Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Programs and Psychiatric Services have closed its physical offices but are still meeting with students through phone or video calls. 

By graduating early, students will have the opportunity to take the nursing licensure exam at an earlier date and begin working as early as possible.
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By graduating early, students will have the opportunity to take the nursing licensure exam at an earlier date and begin working as early as possible.

New Jersey State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan said there have been discussions about using residence halls at Rutgers—New Brunswick and Rutgers—Newark to house healthcare workers in order to keep them in close proximity to medical facilities.
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New Jersey State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan said there have been discussions about using residence halls at Rutgers—New Brunswick and Rutgers—Newark to house healthcare workers in order to keep them in close proximity to medical facilities.

This new test is available through RWJBarnabas Health, including Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick and University Hospital in Newark. Other county health departments throughout New Jersey also have access to the test.
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This new test is available through RWJBarnabas Health, including Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick and University Hospital in Newark. Other county health departments throughout New Jersey also have access to the test.

Students at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School were matched to their residencies on March 20 and most are set to begin on July 1. The individual residency locations, such as hospitals, will determine if they need these students to begin working sooner amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Students at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School were matched to their residencies on March 20 and most are set to begin on July 1. The individual residency locations, such as hospitals, will determine if they need these students to begin working sooner amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students living on campus who test positive for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) should contact Student Health so officials can contact others who may have been exposed to the virus.
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Students living on campus who test positive for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) should contact Student Health so officials can contact others who may have been exposed to the virus.

Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) issued an executive order Friday, requiring all libraries in New Jersey to close. Prior to this, the Rutgers University libraries remained open despite opposition from members of the University's faculty unions.
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Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) issued an executive order Friday, requiring all libraries in New Jersey to close. Prior to this, the Rutgers University libraries remained open despite opposition from members of the University's faculty unions.

University President Robert L. Barchi said students will receive prorated refunds for housing and dining expenses, and will be notified about moving out of residence halls.
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University President Robert L. Barchi said students will receive prorated refunds for housing and dining expenses, and will be notified about moving out of residence halls.

Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy said the University does not want to extend the semester and will keep campus open to ensure "academic continuity."
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Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy said the University does not want to extend the semester and will keep campus open to ensure "academic continuity."

Robert Cavanaugh, spokesperson for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) at RWJ Barnabas Health, said RWJUH is currently treating two patients for coronavirus. 
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Robert Cavanaugh, spokesperson for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) at RWJ Barnabas Health, said RWJUH is currently treating two patients for coronavirus. 

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