Our topic focuses on the lives of Black Students at the Stockton campus in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The project proposal is to time travel, comparing the lives of Black students and their experiences on campus through the decades, ending at the beginning with the first two black students, William Wealthy Howard (1911) and Mildred Elizabeth Jones (1924). Our research examined how black students navigate life on campus during each decade. To share the black student life experience on campus, we created this website which includes video and written presentations to present information gained from various primary and secondary sources. For example, we accessed yearbooks, the Campus newspaper, and Stockton Record, along with archival information from the library and personal interviews of alum, present-day students, and faculty. This website includes black students, faculty, and staff, juxtaposed with images of students from previous decades, and finally incorporates the first two black students of the early to mid-1900s.