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 […]
MARS Cafe sees success on Oct. 14, next event to feature documentary, “Picture a Scientist” on Nov. 10
New Jersey is currently signing into law what is one of the strictest bans in the United States on single-use plastic bags. The State Assembly and Senate passed the bill on September 24, 2020. It is now awaiting a signature by Governor Murphy, and if all goes as planned, it will be in effect 18 months after being signed into law. It is not clear when the governor will officially sign the bill into law.
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.
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.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
Photo courtesy of The Atlantic.