Jordan Clarida, a sophomore majoring in public health, traveled to Rutgers on Wednesday to become the first student vaccinated at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy because she wanted to be part of the movement that ends the pandemic and saves lives. “Having the vaccine available here was the easiest way for me to receive it,” said the Bound Brook, NJ resident, a student in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. She registered along with her twin sister, Taylor, who is also a Rutgers student, to receive their COVID-19 vaccines on the first day the university opened clinics for students, faculty and staff at its New Brunswick, Newark and Camden campuses to aid in the state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout. To read the full story.