Stockton University's Galloway campus is part of the Pinelands National Reserve, a
UN biosphere reserve; its Atlantic City campus sits beachfront in that historic city. Read
stories about the beautiful and breathtaking places located on all of Stockton's campuses
and in the surrounding areas.
Stockton's collaboration with the Atlantic City Arts Foundation's 48 Blocks Project.
The unique creative space in the Arts & Sciences Building.
The history of the Cedar Bog Bridge on one of Stockton's wooded walking paths.
A historic saw mill (and its dam) that once existed alongside Lake Fred.
The history of cranberry production on Lake Fred in the 1900s.
The Kennedy family, their farm, and their conflict with the NJ Department of Higher
The remains of past parking lots.
The conflicting accounts about the naming of Lake Fred.
Remembering deceased faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community leaders.
Burning President Richard Bjork's Office.
Stockton's effluent disposal system in the 1970s and its lasting environmental impact.
Unique settings at Stockton.
How Stockton went from having a pool to an art gallery.
Taking a look at some gifts to Stockton's Archives.
How Stockton had to take the beloved trees down to make room for the Campus Center