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Mathew Spano, chairperson of the English department at MC, comes from a line of MC graduates, is planning the expansion of some learning programs and has many creative pursuits.

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Middlesex College’s Saving the Earth from A to Z (ASEZ) club is holding weekly meetings via Zoom on Wednesdays and Thursdays in the morning and evening, as well as organizing volunteer events to encourage students to speak up about change and make a difference.

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Central New Jersey Democratic Socialists of America (Central NJ DSA) Mutual Aid and Supporting Homeless Innovatively Loving Others (SHILO), local organizations that do community work in the New Brunswick area, provide humanitarian relief to those who need it during the pandemic.

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Maureen Moynihan, a psychology professor at MC, holds many degrees and has been recognized for 20 semesters of teaching this spring at the Adjunct Faculty Development Day.

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Albert Joy, an adjunct professor in the department of history and social sciences at Middlesex College has a plethora of passions and hobbies, and an interesting outlook on life.

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Middlesex College’s New Brunswick Center (NBC) Virtual Club encourages students to join as the club allows students to make friends, build leadership skills and have a space to interact and connect.

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Bradley Camper, a psychology professor at MC, has earned many different degrees to pursue his career goals, while continuing to have a passion for criminal justice.

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Keith Pakela, an adjunct professor in the history department at MC, was a political analyst and researcher in Montana, and his outlook on the division of the country is hopeful.

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Marilyn Ochoa, director of Middlesex College Library, is exploring new hobbies and creative pursuits during the pandemic and encourages others to do the same.

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Michael Paquette, a Criminal Justice Program coordinator and professor at MC, has had a long career in criminal justice that has allowed him to experience some once in a lifetime opportunities. 

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