Shibuya-kei was a Japanese musical and artistic movement in the 90’s that amalgamated tropes and aesthetics of the past with elements of futurism to create a “New Stereophonic Sound Spectacular.” Shibuya-kei was […]
Mental health resources offered by Stockton and more as finals approaches
The effects of prolonged lockdown periods and the transition to online learning and constant worry about close ones’ well-being create a heavy burden, especially as the most stressful time of the semester approaches.
Campus police blotter November 20, 2020 – November 24, 2020
Stockton alumna Caren Fitzpatrick wins re-election for Atlantic County freeholder (county commissioner)
The recent November elections influenced more than just the presidential election. The past month’s elections also allowed for constituents to vote on their local and county government representatives. Caren Fitzpatrick, a renewed incumbent and Stockton alumna, was one of nine freeholders elected to serve on the Atlantic County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
WATCH HERE: Journalism Workshop on November 20, 2020
Students share perspectives on Thanksgiving changes
Written for The Argo by Sierra Snead Thanksgiving break serves as a healthy pause in academic life that allows students to kick back, visit their families, and celebrate the appreciative holiday. Now, […]
Campus police blotter November 13, 2020 – November 19, 2020
The K-9 Unit continues working hard, even out of public view
Whether the two canines are quaratining at home with their handler, or ensuring campus safety, the K-9 Unit is working to protect the Stockton community.
Men’s Basketball prepares for upcoming season during a pandemic
Written for The Argo by Elana Augustus COVID-19 has altered many things in today’s society, one of them being sporting events. On March 11, 2020 the NBA announced the suspension of the […]
Stockton to offer COVID testing amid spiking cases
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