Tomorrow, September 4, Millville Artist Maryann Cannon Will Explain Images on Richard Somers Mural She Painted In Somers Point 801 Shore Road at 4pm. The public is invited to fundraising buffet immediately afterwards at Gregory’s Restaurant, 900 Shore Road. $35pp, $60 two. (In case of rain, go directly to Gregory’s at 4pm.) Events have been
Until the 1970’s, a summer of work on the Boardwalk more than paid for a year of room, board, and tuition at Stockton and all state colleges. Now a year of state college is $25K and most students leave with $36K of student loan debt. What happened? State college administrators and professors get lavish salaries
Without Abraham Lincoln, There Would Be No United States. Remember Him Today On His Feb 12 Birthday.
Reprinted from Shore News Local. In 1968, President Lyndon Johnson and Congress adopted the Uniform Monday Holiday Law and made Columbus Day a new national holiday. Washington’s Birthday is now part of Presidents Weekend and no longer a national holiday on February 22. Abraham Lincoln?s birthday on February 12 is almost forgotten. A recent study
Stockton University’s “United Against Hate Day” Indoctrinates Students to Hate America, Whites, Jews, Men, etc.
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF STOCKTON UNIVERSITY February 5, 2018 Dr. Harvey Kesselman President, Stockton University 101 Vera King Farris Drive Galloway, NJ 08205-9441 President Harvey, I read the web page for Stockton?s first ?Unite Against Hate Day? scheduled for tomorrow, February 6: https://stockton.edu/bias-free/unite-against-hate-day.html. The program is blatantly dishonest, harmful to students, and
Any time between 10 am and 4pm.? Students and non-student members of South Jersey community are invited to meet at Table #24 at F Wing Atrium (outside library). “We need to talk to students about LibertyAndProsperity.org at Stockton’s ‘Get Involved Fair’”,? Seth Grossman, the group’s Executive Director, announced yesterday. “Stockton University spends lots of time
Richard Stockton Never Owned A Slave. Our Colleges and Schools Refuse to Tell His Remarkable Story Anyway.
The story of Richard Somers of Somers Point explains when America was great, and why. Richard Somers, like most Americans back then, ?learned more reading, writing, critical thinking, math and science skills from eight grades of schooling, than most college graduates know today. Somers mastered a trade, skippering cargo ships sailing between New York and