More than a dozen students signed up to start a Liberty and Prosperity Club at Stockton University.?? That new club is also inspired by Liberty and Prosperity–the motto of New Jersey since 1776.? We are working very closely with it.?? The club meets at 6pm on the first Wednesday of every month, and at 4:30
(Reprinted from Current Newspapers of Atlantic County, January 8, 2015) Four years ago, I wrote ?a column ?How will Stockton repay $225 million in debt??? ?At that time Stockton College had just borrowed that much for a building and buying spree.? It spent $36 million for the Seaview Golf Resort,? $65 million for its ?designed
Weekly Update – Stockton College email to 9,000 students– Vote ‘YES” for 20 years of higher taxes, tuitions!
Is it now ‘normal’ for Stockton College, funded by all taxpayers, to send a one-sided, biased email to 9,000 students telling them how to vote? Only if you keep quiet about it!
By Seth Grossman, Political Columnist Last month, local businessman Michael Azeez gave $5 million to the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. In return, Stockton agreed to take over the old synagogue built in 1895 that Azeez had fixed up and turned into a museum. The Form 990 tax returns show it costs roughly $400,000
Who will pay for Stockton?s borrowing and spending spree? By Seth Grossman, Political Columnist (Reprinted from July 21, 2010 Current-Gazette Newspapers of Atlantic and Cape May Counties, http://www.shorenewstoday.com/index….ing-spree.html) ?Total liabilities increased by $101,042,726 in fiscal 2009 primarily due to an increase in debt from the newly acquired tax-exempt debt series 2008A. Total liabilities increased by