Welcome

StocktonNow Radio


Stockton Now, the radio show, is a monthly news magazine that highlights the people and programs at Stockton University and is an extension of the official e-zine. Each episode is produced and hosted by Chad Roberts, general manager of Stockton's own radio station WLFR, and features conversations with faculty, staff and students of the University. The episodes debut on WIBG 101.3 FM and 1020 AM simultaneously and air on WLFR 91.7 FM as well.

Episode 7 - October 2021

  • Leamor Kahanov, provost & vice president for Academic Affairs: The Next Phase of Academics at Stockton
    Interviewed by Samantha Whitehurst, associtate director of Publications & Special Projects

  • Jessica Grullon, associate director of Admissions Services: Latinx Culture at Stockton
    Interviewed by Andrew Torres '22, president of Los Latinos Unidos

  • John Froonjian, executive director, William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy: The 2021 Election Season
    Interviewed by Laurie Melchionne '22, editor of the Argo

  • Laurie Melchionne '22: 50 Years of the Argo
    Interviewed by Diane D'Amico, director of News & Media Relations

Episode 6 - April 2021

  • Alphonso Ogbuehi, dean, School of Business: The Future of the School of Business in Atlantic City and Beyond
    Interviewed by Geoffrey Pettifer, executive director of University Relations & Marketing

  • Robert Gregg, dean, School of General Studies: Choose Stockton this Summer!
    Interviewed by Chad Roberts, general manager of WLFR

  • Heather Medina, director of Admissions: The Stockton Promise Grant
    Interviewed by Samantha Whitehurst, associate director of Publications & Special Projects

Episode 5 - March 2021

  • Heather Perez, specials collection librarian: The Importance of Preserving Stockton's History
    Interviewed by Chad Roberts, general manager of WLFR

  • Laurie Dutton, director of the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Center, and Van Nhi Ho: Women's History Month at Stockton
    Interviewed by Diane D'Amico, director of News and Media Relations

  • Steve Radwanski, executive director of Residential Life: The Benefits of Living on Campus
    Interviewed by Resident Assistant Roy Cook, Jr. '21

Episode 4 - February 2021

  • Jacob Helmeczi, assistant director of Career Education and Development: Preparing for Your Career While in College
    Interviewed by Genesis Ramos Piris '23

  • Paige Richards, AmeriCorps Changebuilder coordinator: Stockton's 17th Annual MLK Day of Service
    Interviewed by Diane D'Amico, director of News and Media Relations

  • Donnetrice Allison, professor of Africana Studies and Communication Studies, director of Strategic Initiatives: Africana Studies, Diversity & Inclusion at Stockton
    Interviewed by Diane D'Amico, director of News & Media Relations

  • Kevin McHugh, executive director of Athletics: College Sports in the COVID Era
    Interviewed by Chad Roberts, general manager of WLFR

Episode 3 - December 2020

  • First Lady Lynne Kesselman: Community Engagement & Rowing
    Interviewed by Samantha Whitehurst, associate director of Publications & Special Projects

  • Chris Connors, Jr., interim director of Financial Aid: Funding Your Stockton Education
    Interviewed by Bailey Farrell '22

  • Beverly Vaughn, professor of Music: The Impact of Music
    Interviewed by Diane D'Amico, director of News & Media Relations

Episode 2 - November 2020

  • Robert Heinrich, chief enrollment management officer: The Stockton Admissions Process
    Interviewed by Gianni Fiore '21

  • Claire Abernathy, assistant professor of Political Science: The 2020 Election Season and Looking Ahead
    Interviewed by John Froonjian, executive director of the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy

  • Jeffrey Wakemen, director of Student Development: Getting Invovled at Stockton
    Interviewed by Malikah Stafford '22

Episode 1 - October 2020

  • President Harvey Kesselman: Leading as a President in 2020
    Interviewed by Chad Roberts, general manager of WLFR

  • Chris Catching, vice president for Student Affairs & Nordia Johnson, interim director of Academic Achievement Programs: Bridging Equity Gaps
    Interviewed by Alexa Taylor '21

  • Interim Provost Michelle McDonald: Academic Programming for Today and Tomorrow
    Interviewed by Diane D'Amico, director of News and Media Relations