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Friday, Feb. 23, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Board of Trustees Approves New Chief Academic Officer, Scholar Discusses Pathways to Peace in Middle East; FRAME-WORTHY: Multicultural Center Celebrates 1st Birthday; SPOTLIGHT ON: Kimoni Yaw Ajani; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Reaches NJAC Championship for Fifth Straight Year, Men's Lacrosse Wins Season Opener 15-7; 'ROLE' CALL: Amy Swan; OSPREY NOTES: FAFSA Priority Deadline Extended to April 1, Spring 2024 Issue of Celebrate Diversity Digest Released, Presentation Deadline Approaching for Celebration of Scholarship & Teaching, Read the SCOSA March Newsletter; UPCOMING EVENTS: February is Black History Month, Events for Alumni & Friends, Spring 2024 Professional Development Opportunities, Spring Programming at the PAC, Spring 2024 Art Gallery exhibits, “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” President Joe’s Townhall, Natural Dyes Club, “The Importance of Networking in Business,” Black History Month Closing Ceremony, Spring Dance Concert, Spring Chamber Players, Spring 2024 Career & Internship Fair, “Destination Cannabis- Spotlight on Atlantic City,” 35th Annual Pinelands Short Course, Danú, Lines on the Pines, Discover Stockton Day

Friday, Feb. 16, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Intensifying Wildfire Seasons Ignite a Need to Train Forest Managers, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Program Recognized, PAC’s Spring Season A Mix of Culture, Comedy and Music; STOCKTON UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC CITY: Stockton Students Spread Love in Atlantic City, Come Out for Cinema in the City; SPOTLIGHT ON: Ramya Vijaya; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook, X; FROM THE SIDELINES: Campbell Breaks Scoring Record Feb. 14, Stockton Downed by Kean in Regular Season Finale; OSPREY NOTES: Holiday Week Reminder; UPCOMING EVENTS: February is Black History Month, Events for Alumni & Friends, Spring 2024 Professional Development Opportunities, Spring Programming at the PAC, Spring 2024 Art Gallery exhibits, “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” BREAK! The Urban Funk Spectacular, Rwanda’s Community Approach to Rebuilding Trust, Maple Boil & Winter Farm Tour, Board of Trustees Meeting, 8th Annual MLK Day of Service Panel Discussion, Pathways to Peace-Discussing Israeli-Palestinian Relations, Indigenous Culture Day, Multicultural Center Birthday Bash, President Joe’s Townhall, Natural Dyes Club, “The Importance of Networking in Business,” Black History Month Closing Ceremony, Spring Dance Concert, Spring Chamber Players, Spring 2024 Career & Internship Fair, “Destination Cannabis- Spotlight on Atlantic City,” 35th Annual Pinelands Short Course, Danú, Discover Stockton Day

Friday, Feb. 9, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Unified Sports Club Celebrates 10th Year with Special Olympics, SPACES Encourages Students to Create Community; FRAME-WORTHY: Spring Art Gallery Focuses on What You See Outside; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Men’s Basketball Roars Past Lions, Ospreys Earn USTFCCCA Academic Honors, Christina Welsh Olympic Trials, Devin Jefferson on KYW; OSPREY NOTES: Shuttle Tracking in Real Time; UPCOMING EVENTS: February is Black History Month, Events for Alumni & Friends, Spring 2024 Professional Development Opportunities, Spring Programming at the PAC, Spring 2024 Art Gallery exhibits, “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” The Barber of Seville, Second Saturdays - Fall in Love with Esports, Douglass Day, Stephen Dunn Reading Series- Faculty and Alumnae Reading, “Our House is on Fire” Noyes Galleries, Africana Studies Book Signing - Kimoni Yaw Ajani, BREAK! The Urban Funk Spectacular, Rwanda’s Community Approach to Rebuilding Trust, Board of Trustees Meeting, 8th Annual MLK Day of Service Panel Discussion, Pathways to Peace-Discussing Israeli-Palestinian Relations, Indigenous Culture Day, Multicultural Center Birthday Bash, President Joe’s Townhall, Natural Dyes Club, Black History Month Closing Ceremony, Spring Dance Concert, Spring Chamber Players, Spring 2024 Career & Internship Fair, “Destination Cannabis- Spotlight on Atlantic City,” 35th Annual Pinelands Short Course

Friday, Feb. 2, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Pan-African Flag Raising Kicks Off Black History Month, Fair Hopes to Dispel Myths About Studying Abroad, Unity, Balance and Intention: Celebrating Muslim Heritage Through Art; STOCKTON UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC CITY: Come Out for Cinema in the City; SPOTLIGHT ON: Brian Gembara; FRAME-WORTHY: Communing with Ancestors in Ghana; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Cruises Past Rutgers-Newark, Think Pink Game, Stockton Falls to Buzzer Beater; IN MEMORIAM: Dr. Juanita J. High; OSPREY NOTES: Read the Winter 2024 Issue of Stockton Now, New Lifelong Learning Courses Focus on Spies, Poetry and Quilts, An Update on Inclement Weather Procedures; UPCOMING EVENTS: February is Black History Month, Events for Alumni & Friends, Spring 2024 Professional Development Opportunities, Spring Programming at the PAC, Spring 2024 Art Gallery exhibits, “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” Putty Dance Project - Glimpse, CelloGayageum, OspreyHub Training for Faculty/Staff, Forced to Flee - Dalia Ziada’s Story of Courage, The Barber of Seville, Second Saturdays - Fall in Love with Esports, “Our House is on Fire” Noyes Galleries, BREAK! The Urban Funk Spectacular, Pathways to Peace-Discussing Israeli-Palestinian Relations, Indigenous Culture Day, Multicultural Center Birthday Bash, Natural Dyes Club, Spring Chamber Players, Spring 2024 Career & Internship Fair

Friday, Jan. 26, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Eat, Relax and Write - Murphy Writing Celebrates 30 Years, A Picture-Perfect Opportunity for Photography Students; FRAME-WORTHY: Ospreys Show Up to Get Involved; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, X, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Breast Cancer Battle Leads Coach to Schedule ‘Think Pink’ Game, Women’s Basketball Extends Win Streak to Four Straight, Stockton Competes in Moravian Invitational; OSPREY NOTES: New Process- Name Badge Ordering, Read the SCOSA February Newsletter, Time to Confirm Your Ospreys, “Soft Launch” of the 24-25 FAFSA; UPCOMING EVENTS: February is Black History Month, Events for Alumni & Friends, Spring 2024 Professional Development Opportunities, Spring Programming at the PAC, Spring 2024 Art Gallery exhibits, “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” Education Abroad Fair, Black History Month Flag Raising, Putty Dance Project - Glimpse, CelloGayageum, OspreyHub Training for Faculty/Staff, Forced to Flee - Dalia Ziada’s Story of Courage, The Barber of Seville, Second Saturdays - Fall in Love with Esports, “Our House is on Fire” Noyes Galleries, BREAK! The Urban Funk Spectacular, Pathways to Peace-Discussing Israeli-Palestinian Relations, Natural Dyes Club

Friday, Jan. 19, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Stockton Celebrates 20 Years of Service to the Community, Cold has Maple Syrup Project Primed for Strong Season; FRAME-WORTHY: Welcome back, Ospreys!; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, X, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Men’s, Women’s Basketball Teams Beat Rowan, Women’s Track & Field Returns to Action at TCNJ Invitational; OSPREY NOTES: Time to Confirm Your Ospreys, “Soft Launch” of the 24-25 FAFSA, Show Us Your Snow Day!; UPCOMING EVENTS: Events for Alumni & Friends, Spring 2024 Professional Development Opportunities, Spring Programming at the PAC, Spring 2024 Art Gallery exhibits, “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” Bay Atlantic Symphony - Carnival Season Serenade, Get Involved Fair, Putty Dance Project - Glimpse, CelloGayageum, OspreyHub Training for Faculty/Staff, Forced to Flee - Dalia Ziada’s Story of Courage, The Barber of Seville, BREAK! The Urban Funk Spectacular, Pathways to Peace-Discussing Israeli-Palestinian Relations

Friday, Jan. 12, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: Arts Garage Exhibit Focuses on History of A.C. Neighborhood, MLK Day of Service Open to All; STOCKTON UNIVERSITY ATLANTIC CITY: “Second Saturdays - The Science of Food Gels” Jan. 13; SPOTLIGHT ON: John Froonjian; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, X, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Balanced Scoring Downs Kean, Stockton Falls to Kean, OSPREY NOTES: Time to Confirm Your Ospreys, “Soft Launch” of the 24-25 FAFSA, Normal Academic Hours Next Week; Closed Monday, Name Badge Ordering, Faculty and Staff Fridays at The Nest; UPCOMING EVENTS: Events for Alumni & Friends, Winter  2024 Professional Development Opportunities, Winter Programming at the PAC, “Ducktown: An Atlantic City Immigration Story,” Murphy Writing Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway, Stockton Maple Project Adopt a Tree Tapping Day, MLK Day of Service, Spring Semester begins, Stockton v. Rowan Basketball Reception, Addressing Antisemitism in the Wake of October 7th, Bay Atlantic Symphony - Carnival Season Serenade, Get Involved Fair, African American Cultural Heritage Short Course, Putty Dance Project - Glimpse, CelloGayageum, OspreyHub Training for Faculty/Staff

Friday, Jan. 5, 2024 - WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: $1M State Grant to Promote Arts, Culture in Atlantic City, Stockton 2024: A Look Ahead; WHAT’S TRENDING @ #STOCKTONU: Instagram, Facebook; FROM THE SIDELINES: Stockton Wins Doubletree Holiday Tournament, 90-70, Stockton Downed by Gallaudet 72-66; IN MEMORIAM: Jeffrey Kelly; OSPREY NOTES: “Soft Launch” of the 24-25 FAFSA, Read the SCOSA January Newsletter; UPCOMING EVENTS: Events for Alumni & Friends, Winter Programming at the PAC, Murphy Writing Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway, Second Saturdays - The Science of Food Gels, MLK Day of Service, Spring Semester begins, Stockton v. Rowan Basketball Reception, Bay Atlantic Symphony - Carnival Season Serenade, African American Cultural Heritage Short Course, Putty Dance Project - Glimpse, CelloGayageum