The Press of Atlantic City claimed in its headline that Richard Stockton, one of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence, was a slave owner. ? Because of that, his statue was removed from display at Stockton University.? But was he?? And if he were, should that fact alone deny him recognition and admiration?
?Stockton University student Maharshi Patel is coordinating a local March for Science on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Saturday to raise awareness of science and climate issues along the shore. The march will begin at Albany Avenue and the Boardwalk at about 2 p.m. and proceed down the Boardwalk to Kennedy Plaza near Boardwalk Hall and
“Stockton University student Maharshi Patel is coordinating a local March for Science on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Saturday to raise awareness of science and climate issues along the shore.? The march will begin at Albany Avenue and the Boardwalk at about 2 p.m. and proceed down the Boardwalk to Kennedy Plaza near Boardwalk Hall and
Stockton University near Atlantic City, NJ is having a?”Great Debate”??about ??Economic Inequality”.? The new Liberty and Prosperity Club at Stockton will talk about this at its meeting tomorrow, Thursday, March 23, at 4:30 PM in Room F-206.?? Pizza and Drinks.? Open to all students. Associate Professor of Economics Oliver Cooke outlines that debate in?29 Power
4:30 pm, Room F-206.? Pizza and drinks. Stockton University is named after a signer of the Declaration of Independence.? That Declaration is reproduced on a giant mural behind the Campus Center.??? However, it is almost impossible to read its words.? And those words are rarely mentioned in class or campus events. ?We hold these truths
Stockton University Students only: Meet us in Room F-206 at 4:30 pm this Thursday, March 9 Pizza, drinks, work opportunities.
Stockton University has a giant mural of the Declaration of Independence right behind the Campus Center. But the format makes the words almost impossible to read. Abraham Lincoln said he did not have a political feeling that did not spring from its “self-evident” truths. We feel the same way. Find out why.