02.13.17

In This Issue: Unity Rally at Stockton New Exhibits Come to the Art Garage in February Students Host World Language Tables Stockton Student’s Photography to be Featured at the Noyes Art Museum DeVos becomes Secretary of Education following historic split vote in Senate

02.06.17

In This Issue: Stockton Celebrates World Hijab Day President Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court Movie in Review: Yu-Gi-Oh The Dark Side of Dimensions Dreams into Rea-Italy

01.30.17

In This Issue: Stockton students participate in Women’s March Brittney Welch covers President Trump’s first week in office What is at stake if the U.S. were to leave the United Nations Diabetes awareness organization to launch this spring Reflections on the Women’s March

12.12.16

In This Issue: Strong Unity and Better Community 13th Annual MLK Day of Service Screenwriter passes on his craft to aspiring filmmakers A statement from the Stockton Federation of Teachers and the Stockton Faculty Senate Is Storybook Land’s Fairy Tale Theme Park Magic Too Good to be True?

12.05.16

In This Issue: Hughes Center: Civic Learning Needs to Step Up Stockton Hosts Diversity Day Outreach Program Award-winning Film Maker Quits Hollywood to Teach at Stockton Stockton Faculty and Staff Profile: Dr. Beverly Vaughn Movie in Review: Bleed for This

11.14.16

In This Issue: Trump Shocks Nation with Historic Electoral Upset Stockton Professor Target of Campus Hate Crime The Tutoring Center: The Friendliest Place on Earth! Stockton’s Performing Arts Center Celebrates 40th Anniversary Movie in Review: “Doctor Strange”

11.07.16

In This Issue: OGRE and Eta Sigma Phi’s annual Latin Day brings the Ancient to Life at Stockton Film “Shored Up” to be Presented at Kramer Hall A (Brief) History of Presidential Spin Assistant Professor Co-Authors book on migrant human rights issues FBI probe into Clinton emails hurts campaign in days leading to election

10.31.16

In This Issue: Stockton Takes Part in Make a Difference Day Stockton Professor Delivers a Winning Punch Line Kramer Hall to Host Author Mary Ann Trail Dr. Michael Busler and Dr. Dick Colby on Why They are Voting for Trump and Clinton Respectfully. Is there more to the iPhone iOS than meets the eye?

10.24.16

In This Issue: Students Evacuate Housing Due to Gas Leak Hot and Spicy: ASA’s Spicy Ramen Challenge Keep Calm and Vote Absentee! The Great Barrier Reef Plays Dead The Legacy and Impact of Film Scores

10.17.16

In This Issue:  In the Eye of the Beholder: Beauty and Society Meet Grad Schools (In Your Pajamas) Global Engagement Ambassador Program Make a Difference Day is coming to Stockton Shilo Previti reviews the play Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Nile