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Sarah shows off her copy of Whip-Smart by Liz Phair. Courtesy of Sarah Holt. Anyone that knows Stockton alum Sarah Holt can attest to her expertise in music. A singer and songwriter […]
Coronavirus and the hardships of this past year have affected everyone in different ways. However, for everyone, isolation is hard. Stress is as at an all time high for students, parents, teachers, essential workers, and non essential workers. Because of this, it is important to remember the positives.
On November 17, President Harvey Kesselman and Vice President for Student Affairs Christopher C. Catching sent campus-wide emails regarding the university’s operations following the Thanksgiving holiday.
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2020 has been quite the year. It started perfectly normal until one random day in March; our entire lives flipped entirely upside down. Most of us were sent home from school, our jobs, and our everyday lives to spend the next four months inside our homes, just waiting for lockdowns to lift, all because of the COVID-19. The world attempted to return to the way it was before the coronavirus, as governments loosened some restrictions throughout the summer.
The Science of Life Club is in the process of becoming a new student organization. Faculty advisor, Professor Jennifer Lyke, is looking for at least ten students to join (providing a Stockton email and Z-number) to create the club officially.
The Argo and Stockton Communication Studies will host a Journalism Workshop via Zoom on November 20, 2020 at 12:30 p.m.
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.