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Foreign Affairs Column: The AUKUS Pact

On Sept. 15, news broke that the Biden administration signed a new defense agreement between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States called the AUKUS Pact.

Foreign Affairs Column: The Iranian Nuclear Deal

The Islamic Republic of Iran has been in the news this week after reaching an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA), allowing the international organization to reset monitoring devices that help measure the progress of Iran’s nuclear program.

Newark to rework private gathering ordinance as COVID-19 cases rise on campus

Newark City Council will begin to pursue an updated ordinance regarding private gatherings within city limits following Monday night’s virtual meeting.

National Agenda 2021: How David Joy and Asma Khalid redefine America four years later

Presented by the university’s Center for Political Communication, the National Agenda fall 2021 speaker series took the Mitchell Hall Theatre stage on Sept. 8.

Foreign Affairs Column: The migrant crisis on the southern border

While the migrant crisis on the southern border of the United States received much attention during the 2020 presidential election, coverage of the issues has since declined. However, that does not mean that developments have not been occurring.

University announces visitors must have proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test

Beginning September 10, all visitors to the university must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within the last 72 hours.

Protocols for fall 2021 instruction change due to COVID-19 spike on campus

Between Sept. 8 to Sept. 10, there were 345 new positive cases of COVID-19 on campus.

“We’re as excited as you are:” Professors share hopes and fears about an in-person fall

After Zoom session upon Zoom session talking to classes full of turned-off cameras, professors are more eager than ever to resume their usual positions in front of real, live classrooms.

Common Grounds: University startup seeks to educate through food

Global enterprise management major Lynn Roberts is taking the concept of “breaking bread” to a new level with her startup Common Grounds, a cultural food catering service which educates while its customers eat.

Historic Twilight Induction ceremony welcomes freshmen and sophomores to campus

On Tuesday, Aug. 31, the university welcomed both the Class of ‘24 and the Class of ‘25 to campus in a historic and unprecedented evening. While the Twilight Induction is an annual event, this is the first time in recent memory that freshmen and sophomores have attended the ceremony together.

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