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Access to the Arts and Offices Despite Increase of COVID Cases
Tyler Dyer, News Editor • November 17, 2021

Despite the number of COVID infections increasing again, Hartford is starting to turn a corner with the arts. “In downtown Hartford over the last three or four weeks, it feels like the heart is beating...

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Staff Profile
Tyler Dyer
Tyler Dyer
News Editor
Tyler is a Politics and Government major with a focus on LGBT+ advocacy and a chemistry minor. He was adopted from Voronezh, Russia, and grew up in the Greater Boston area. Tyler is this year's News Editor
Jennah Hamze
Jennah Hamze
Editor in Chief
Jennah Hamze is the Editor in Chief of The Informer. Jennah is a Senior Chemistry major from Dracut, Massachusetts. Her past positions in The Informer include Social Media Intern (2019-2020), and News
T.J. Hummel
T.J. Hummel
Sports Editor
T.J. is a senior, Digital Media and Journalism major at the University of Hartford. Last year, T.J. served as Copy Chief. This year, T.J. became the Sports Editor here at The Informer. He is from Middletown,
Kasey Zollo
Kasey Zollo
Managing Editor
Kasey is a Senior and the Managing Editor of the Informer. She majors in Public Relations and Advertising and Digital Media and Journalism. As fun fact, Kasey has lived in 2 different states.
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