Anel Fajardo is a 24-year-old senior at Rutgers-Camden. She is currently an English major minoring in communication and creative writing. This is her second year working for the paper. She was first introduced to the gleaner after taking a journalism course and is now working as a Editor in Chief. When she is not writing she enjoys reading, watching Harry Potter movies, and making homemade pasta. She works in a supermarket and hopes to one day to work in publishing.
Prachi is a sophomore majoring in Finance and very passionate about food. You’ll catch her writing about seasonal eats/food reviews/ alongside some other cool happenings on campus! Next spring, she will be taking over as President/ Editor-in-Chief for the Gleaner.
Jochebed (pronounced Yo/Jo-key-bed) is an international student from Nigeria who is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s in English, French, and Gender Studies. A writer for The Gleaner since 2021, she covers women’s issues ranging from a reevaluation of U.S. America’s beloved ‘Grease,’ to a commentary on Rutgers’ administration’s response to the levying of a sexual assault accusation against an important on-campus figure. When she isn’t writing, she’s usually having lunch with friends, phoning her Mum, or
Aarianna Aughtry, born and raised in Memphis, is currently an editor for The Gleaner. She is very passionate about societal issues in areas such as race, gender/sexual orientation, and environmental change! As well as enjoys anime, reading and writing, and listening to music in her freetime.
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Naely Fajardo’s major is Graphic Design, and her goal is to intern for a gaming company in the future and design for them after she graduates. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music, painting or drawing and redesigning posters as a creative outlet. Besides being a secretary, she does photography and designs posters for the Gleaner.
Julio is a second year English major and former United States Marine, who has been with the Gleaner since the spring semester of 2023. He currently writes on a variety of topics on campus including coverage of the Student Veteran Affairs office. When not studying or preparing work for the gleaner, he can typically be found wasting his life on video games or social media.
Kaila Crozier is a senior anticipating to graduate in May 2022 with hopes to continue her academic career at Rutgers through participating in the Masters of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T). On-campus, Kaila participates in the Photography Club as a public relations member and participates in Tedx Rutgers Camden acting on its marketing and logistics team. Also, Kaila works for the athletic department by being a part of both the Fitness Center and Event Team. But, Kaila also works off-campus as a Marketing Coordinator for Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Currently, Kaila is interested in inspiring the next generation through teaching English. However, Kaila is also interested in digital marketing and hopes to start her own business that focuses on social media engagement. When Kaila isn’t working or doing school, she enjoys practicing her photography skills and doing CrossFit.
Jochebed (pronounced Yo/Jo-key-bed) is an international student from Nigeria who is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s in English, French, and Gender Studies. A writer for The Gleaner since 2021, she covers women’s issues ranging from a reevaluation of U.S. America’s beloved ‘Grease,’ to a commentary on Rutgers’ administration’s response to the levying of a sexual assault accusation against an important on-campus figure. When she isn’t writing, she’s usually having lunch with friends, phoning her Mum, or attending a Bible study hosted by her second on-campus organisation, Salvation House of Prayer (S.H.O.P.)
Maddie Webb is a Freshman at Rutgers-Camden, majoring in English. When she’s not writing, she’s probably reading historical fiction books, rewatching Gilmore Girls, or listening to Taylor Swift. She currently works at Claire’s but hopes to be a screenwriter in the future.
Professor Ashley Gimbal
A 2018 graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University, Dr. Gimbal teaches courses in communication and journalism. Her research focuses on media framing and audience effects, and how these elements alter the way news is created and shared.
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