SJP participants reported from all corners of the country and world, writing about high school sports, restaurant reopening, power outages and more.

Longer Hours, Smaller Numbers: Filipino Nurses and Mass Migration

Is monkeypox the new COVID-19?

Overseas Filipino Workers Struggle to Survive in a “Zero Covid” Macau

Drought in Somalia: “We Are On the Edge of Famine”

Food, family and Filipinos: the San Francisco Pistahan Festival

STEAM Education is Being Revived in Glastonbury

The U.S. Soccer Federation recently took large steps in ensuring equal pay for its women’s and men’s national teams.

Pan Athletic Center to Open This Fall, Replaces Borden Pool Among Other Amenities

Once in 50 Years? The record high temperature in Chongqing, China, raises health alerts for people in the delivery industry

Community Polarization: The Untold Story of a Divided Society

Climate Activists Across the Nation Offer Diverse Perspectives on Inflation Reduction Act

Chinese Family Camps Foster Community for Post-Pandemic Families

British Airways Functionality Upon Brexit, Strikers, Delays and Cancellations

What Is Public Opinion Regarding Cannabis Policy Among Young New Jersey Voters?

FerryHawks Bring Professional Baseball Back to Staten Island

Yale theaters to raise their curtains for 2022-2023 performance season

International students discuss how to make campus feel less alienating

Bellevue Police staffing shortages bog down community policing initiatives

Discord server helps students find community through virtual learning

Times Square — ideal metropolis or inharmonious monotony?

Inside the Conservative Party as it chooses Britain’s next Prime Minister

What we can learn from New York City’s Guardian Angels

Will $2.50 espressos put New York City’s Starbucks locations out of business?

Brooklyn LGBTQ+ community faces social stigma surrounding monkeypox

University of Maryland dedicates newest residential hall in honor of its first African American students

San Antonio Road housing proposal suggests need for balance between Palo Alto’s plan for affordable housing and residents’ concerns for community wellness

Living with heat: how the marginalized communities in Jiangsu survive in extreme weather

“Reclassification” is a game-changer in college sports recruitment

“The Worst Shock to Education in Recorded History”: How teachers are picking up the pieces left by the COVID-19 pandemic

The Reality Behind BeReal: Revamping an Online World

Accessible abortions or a vibrant party life? How Roe v Wade affects this year’s college admissions

Students and teachers alike express concerns over new CA bell schedule law

Are Social Media Platforms Enabling Antisemitism?

Queens residents impacted by increased gas prices

The Hamlet intends to ‘revitalize’ Saugatuck, faces premature opposition

COVID-instigated online learning: A curse or a blessing?

The editorial director of the Los Angeles Times en Español on the future of Spanish-language journalism

Students harbor anxiety about data harvesting from social media

How fast fashion’s grip on youth may be destroying their future

Connecticut clinics battle low vaccine supply in attempt to contain monkeypox

“It’s almost unbelievable”: Rising tides bring storm damage to New Hampshire coastline

Seattle Chinatown residents protest light rail project that could displace businesses

Grocery stores make tough adjustments during COVID-19

For Gen-Z, zines bring community, support

Should Pennsylvania sports resume this fall?

‘This is life or death.’ Trinity School Faculty discuss possible return to campus

Pandemic cancels practice — and for some, college athletics dreams

COVID-19 quarantine leads to a more active running community

Larchmont shows restaurants can be profitable and safe during COVID-19

Will the pandemic help with start-ups? These founders think so

Person-to-Person supports Connecticut residents despite COVID-19

How high school dancers and dance studios responded to COVID-19

Middle Tennessee libraries adapt to coronavirus restrictions

How the coronavirus pandemic impacted New York City students

Carmen’s Italian Ice Olney location opens amid COVID-19 pandemic

How COVID-19 impacted adolescents in New York City

In Connecticut, high school football season remains in question

Quarantine conditions takes its toll on the lives of classical musicians

How abortion clinic defenders are using TikTok in the fight for reproductive rights

As the virtual school year approaches, millions of mothers scramble to balance their home and work life

New contact tracing method helps scientists assess spread of COVID-19 infections

Connecticut residents battle Hurricane Isaias amid the coronavirus pandemic

College Park braces for fall semester, influx of college students

COVID-19 has transformed the music industry. Here’s how indie bands responded

Student-led organization demands change in New York City schools

New York City’s real estate market takes a big hit, faces uncertain future

Young international students face challenges as boarding schools reopen amid COVID-19

Letter to New Canaan Public Schools opens discussion on teaching about race in school

How Wego Private Senior High School remained open despite COVID-19

The future of LGBTQ rights in Poland

The Passion Suppressed by a Mask

New Britain periodontal practice makes changes in response to COVID-19

Eventing during COVID-19

Golf Popularity Rises Amidst the Pandemic