Show us what made prom such a special night for you.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Friday, May 17, 2013
For some prom has passed for others it is tomorrow, let us see what your experience was like.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
School students enter Toshiba/NSTA Exploravision program
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Over 1,450 students are expected to graduate, the largest in Stockton history.
Over 1,450 students were expected to graduate from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey during three commencement ceremonies on May 10 and May 11. According to college officials, this constitutes the largest graduating class in the history of the college. About 650 students were set to receive bachelor’s degrees from the Schools of Arts and Humanities, Business, Education, General Studies and Health Sciences on Saturday morning. About 662 students from the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, will graduate Saturday afternoon. Stockton handed out about 140 Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Friday’s 4 p.m. ceremony, only the second year in which the college has conferred doctoral …
You don't have to wait until prom night 2013 to share those awesome pics. Share the fun of picking out that dress, snagging those designer shoes or picking out that really retro suit from Goodwill!
Whether you go to Absegami, Holy Spirit or Cedar Creek, prom is the glamour event of the year for students and their families. It's one long photo op, and Galloway Patch is the perfect place to share them with the community. There's no limit on the number of photos you can add. Share your shots from: And this isn't just for kids! Parents, you can upload your "classic" prom pictures. Just click the "Upload Photos and Videos" button to the left and show off those awesome pics!
Friday, May 10, 2013
It's the fourth time Dr. Robert Nichols is being recognized with this honor.
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Historical Studies Professor Dr. Robert Nichols has been awarded with his fourth Fulbright Grant, the college announced this week. The grant will go toward establishing an American Studies Graduate Degree program at Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad, Pakistan. The grant runs from mid-August to mid-September of this year. “Dr. Nichols exemplifies the college’s commitment to global perspectives, which are one of the cornerstones of a Stockton education and a hallmark of the Stockton faculty,” College President Herman J. Saatkamp said in a statement issued by the college. “We congratulate Rob on his fourth Fulbright, which just shows how distinctive he is." Nichols has been a professor at the college …
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Faculty and students have returned to the building.
Students and faculty at Absegami High School are returning to the building following an early morning evacuation due to a chemical spill, according to The Press of Atlantic City. The spill of an unidentified material took place on the second floor of the school around 9 a.m. Students and faculty were allowed to return to the building just before noon. Up to six people were taken to the hospital with symptoms.
A local pastor and area students team up to create a moving tribute to all mothers.
Everyone has a mother (whether alive or dead, close or distant), and with Mother's Day a few day's away, it's hard not to appreciate the simple and heartfelt beauty of a song recently written by the Rev. Edward F. Namiotka, pastor at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Somers Point. The song is Namiotka's first creative musical attempt and his inspiration was, of course, his mom. It is performed by a group of local elementary school students, and links to a video posted on YouTube (watch it above) are spreading across social media networks. Namiotka provides the best background on the creation of the piece: Each month, when I have a day or two off, I spend some time with my mother at her condo at the Jersey Shore. She and I have grown …
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Young chefs show off their talents.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The funding is for capital construction projects.
Following a positive vote on the "Building Our Future" bond act in the November election, the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey acted quickly and is set to receive state funds for a pair of capital improvement projects. New Jersey Secretary of Higher Education Rochelle Hendricks has recommended the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey receive $54 million in state funds for capital construction projects, the college announced on Tuesday night, April 30. This includes $21.5 million for the college's Unified Science Center and $13.5 million for a 60,000-square-foot new classroom building. State funds will provide for 75 percent of the building costs, with the college providing the additional 25 percent. The projects are among 176 …