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MARS Cafe sees success on Oct. 14, next event to feature documentary, “Picture a Scientist” on Nov. 10
Written by Brandon Henry and Matthew Leason Campus life has continued to adjust to the limits that the pandemic and our leaders have set to keep everyone safe and as healthy as […]
The pandemic has created challenges for many businesses, including the Stockton University bookstore. Specifically, shipping vendors (FedEx, UPS, USPS) were challenged with delays in the face of COVID-19, as there was an extreme increase in online customer purchases. Also, course materials experienced a delay, as publisher warehouse staff also declined.
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.
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.
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.
Do you want experience in journalism? Do you want to have leadership roles on your resume? The Argo is where you will find all this and more. We are now hiring an […]
On Friday, October 23, Stockton University finally held its Spring 2020 Commencement ceremony for students who graduated last semester during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic
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, […]