Guest Column

April 13, 2020

Disasters make us want to talk. We talk to share information and compare notes, for the feeling of belonging, and to make sense of things. But what happens, as with the COVID-19 crisis, when everyone is dealing with the same bad event simultaneously, when we seek out listeners to hear our concerns, ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Schools around the country have begun to close, professional sports leagues have been suspended, and citizens are stockpiling toilet paper at unprecedented rates. As a high school student getting ready to visit potential colleges, what does the spread of COVID-19 mean for your ...

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Millions of North American workers have had one to two weeks to get used to telecommuting. That means mastering a handful of video conferencing platforms, instant message apps, and other tools—along with highlighting a set of standards of online communication. The basics are easy to grasp: Don’t ...

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As we are all aware, in the midst of this major health crisis physically visiting the library is just not possible. While the buildings are closed you can rest assured that library staff continues to work to maintain the essential services that are the heart of our mission: to provide educational, ...

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When a family becomes stressed, everyone feels anxious. The anxiety moves easily from person to person in the family.  Anxiety that affects one, affects all. It can be contagious. Our country and our community are in the midst of a great deal of panic and anxiety with the pandemic of the ...

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