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This 2020, Stockton students make different voting plans
As COVID-19 rages on, New Jersey residents will be casting their ballots primarily by mail this year, causing Election Day to look quite different — and Stockton University students are rising to the challenge.
To the Editor: Voter suppression continues in America
Written for The Argo by Sierra Snead Here is a list of reasons that you, an American citizen, can be kept from voting: Lack of accessible polling locations. Overly complicated wording that […]
Stockton announces Veterans Day programming
Observed on the anniversary of ending World War I, Veterans Day celebrates all the men and women who donned the US Military uniform. Stockton University, well-known for its affinity towards the veteran community, always takes part in the festivities.
Stockton’s Dr. Nazia Kazi inspires students through book and more
Photo courtesy of semcoop.com.Dr. Nazia Kazi, an eccentric professor of Anthropology and Sociology at Stockton is ensuring her students are well-educated on topics that may be deemed sensitive to the mass media. Dr. Kazi has been a professor at Stockton for 14 years, teaching topics from anthropology, sociology, to American and Africana studies.
Fannie Lou Hamer event promotes importance of rights and education
The 17th Annual Symposium celebrating Hamer’s legacy entitled “It’s Not a Moment; It’s a Movement,” dealt deftly with relevant topics in today’s world, including white supremacy, education, and the importance of voting.
An honest musical hot-take on R.E.M.
Photo courtesy of The Atlantic.
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NOW HIRING: Assistant Editor
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Stockton students have high hopes for NJ marijuana legalization referendum
“I’m excited to dive deeper into the field of cannabis within Stockton’s cannabis minor,” Stockton student Jenna Russo said.