In the year 2020, many Stockton students have faced unprecedented challenges. Some of these issues disproportionately affect LGBTQ+ students, from the looming threat of the coronavirus pandemic, to the lack of social interaction with other Queer students, to anxiety over the current political climate. Now, Stockton’s Queer students are speaking out about the highs and lows of being an LGBTQ+ student in 2020.
I am a senior majoring in Mathematics with a Computer Science minor, and I have been writing for the Argo since Spring 2020. I work as an Operations Assistant at the Campus Center, and I am involved in Alpha Phi Omega and Students Demand Action.
During her sophomore year at Stockton, senior Gabby Bibus faced one of her toughest challenges to date: coming out as asexual. Although Stockton’s campus is generally seen as open and accepting of LGBTQ+ students, many of her peers did not understand her asexuality.
On September 27, an NJ.com article, revealed that Interim Provost Michelle McDonald plagiarized an email to faculty and staff members. In the weeks since this happened, Stockton University has not sent any official […]
*Follow-up to September 14 article. Read it here: https://stocktonargo.com/2020/09/14/stockton-moves-forward-without-cost-reduction/ Stockton’s administration and Board of Trustees, says it “strives to balance the cost of tuition and fees with the cost of providing the […]
On September 22, 2020, nearly 400 people gathered at the Smithville Inn in Galloway, where Donald Trump Jr.—eldest son of President Donald Trump and executive vice president of the Trump Administration—was a […]
As the school year’s start loomed closer over the summer, Stockton students waited for news about the university’s reopening plan. “Return to Campus” update from President Kesselman, detailing the “new normal.” […]