Pride Month and the Crises the LGBTQ+ Community Face in 2021

Published on Quade Media by Georgia I. Salvaryn The month of June is dedicated to celebrating Pride and the LGBTQ+ community. Pride is a time of acceptance, love, and jubilation. But amidst the happiness, parades, and events, there is a crisis at hand. ABCs: “Anti-” Bills Crises Back in April, hundreds of anti-LGBTQ+ bills wereContinue reading “Pride Month and the Crises the LGBTQ+ Community Face in 2021”

Stand up & #Walkout

Published by The Village Green (villagegreennj.com) by Georgia I. Salvaryn Students around the country walked out of their schools as a sign of protest against gun violence and the current gun laws on Wednesday, March 14. Some schools allowed students to walk out, while others threatened to take disciplinary action on students who participated. I went outContinue reading “Stand up & #Walkout”

Your voice, your vote counts in 2016

Published by The Voice (cccvoice.wordpress.com) by Georgia I. Salvaryn The 2016 Presidential Election is nearly upon us, and that means, it’s crunch time for the candidates to grab as many voters as they can. But, the question is, are you registered to vote? “Voting is the cornerstone of a democracy but sadly far too few peopleContinue reading “Your voice, your vote counts in 2016”

What if Cumberland CC was free?

Published by The Voice (cccvoice.wordpress.com) by Georgia I. Salvaryn & Owen James Getting through four plus years of college is tough; all the loans to gather and books to buy. But what if your first two years in a community college were free? In President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address, he announced an initiativeContinue reading “What if Cumberland CC was free?”

Mass Shootings in America

Published by The Voice by Georgia I. Salvaryn *Award-winning article in the New Jersey Collegiate Press Association 2015-16 contest (njcollegepress.org) — tied Second place for Enterprise/Investigative Reporting for Two-Year Colleges* Gun violence and mass shootings have been increasingly common in the United States. From Columbine High School to Umpqua Community College, mass shootings have threatened the safetyContinue reading “Mass Shootings in America”