It’s hard to study if you’re hungry, but that’s the reality for thousands of college students across the state of New Jersey. According to a survey published this year by researchers at Temple University and the Wisconsin Hope Lab, of the 419,000 students attending college in New Jersey, about one-third, or 139,000, are food insecure. Among community college students, 42 percent are facing hunger. Our partners at NJTV News report.
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