Stockton’s Equestrian, Surf, and Gymnastics Clubs all have one thing in common; they’re persevering in the age of COVID-19. These three organizations have tackled the challenge of prioritizing their members’ health and safety, all while having fun and maintaining a sense of normalcy within their clubs.
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Submitted by Laurie Melchionne for The Argo On Thursday, October 29, Stockton Communication Studies Speaker Spotlight Series will feature a virtual screening of the Holocaust documentary, “There Were Good People…Doing Extraordinary Deeds: […]
Written for The Argo by Elana Augustus For decades, African Americans have marched for change and to make their voices heard. From protesting the verdict of the Rodney King case in 1992, […]
Stockton University welcomes students, faculty, and staff to join “World Language Tables” on Thursdays from October 8 until December 3 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. online via Zoom.
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Written for The Argo by Kinza Jarral On September 30, the Unified Black Students Society and Stockton’s Chapter of the NAACP with support from the Environmental Club, sponsored the #SayTheirNames rally. More […]
Written for The Argo by Chase Fogletto As the semester proceeds full throttle and virtual learning continues, supporting students’ mental health is Stockton’s Wellness Center’s utmost concern. Anybody living in America right […]