By JASMINE DURSUN
On the border of the New Jersey and New York state line lies a three-store plaza that is separated from the bustling State 505. Isolated from the trafficked highway that dawns fast food chains and and gas stations, the corner of Northvale, NJ contains a bicyclist exercise shop, a dance studio and...Read more →
By KELLY MOELLER
It all started while Pastor Rob was just going for a drive down Route 202 in Mahwah, thinking to himself, “where would Jesus hang out?” As his drive continued and he passed the MB&G, he figured that Jesus would probably spend his time at the bar.
With that, Parker decided to launch “God...Read more →
By MICHELE MATTIA
Twenty-year-old singer/songwriter Melanie Rodriguez makes her audience feel at home and welcome with her set she performs at the quaint William Paterson University café on Dec. 5. The intimate audience tunes in and focuses on the lyrics of Rodriguez, who only stands at 5 feet tall but offers a voice much greater...Read more →
By JACINTA FORD
For almost every athlete, who has ever done a sport, your biggest goal is to go to the Olympics. For many, the Olympics is a dream. For Keturah Orji, it’s becoming a reality. She has made huge leaps towards a future in the 2016 Olympic games, literally.
Orji is a 17-year-old senior at...Read more →
As a businesswoman, entrepreneur, and a detective on the Newark Police force, Janell Robinson models what it’s like to be dressed in her police uniform by day only to follow in her business casual attire as she tirelessly serves as a product of her rugged hometown, Newark, N.J.
Robinson, 37, runs her Italian Ice...Read more →
BY JESSICA WRIXON
A popular college tour called I’M SHMACKED has recently had students jumping for joy and parents covering their eyes.
Making news headlines in the past, I’M SHMACKED has been uncovering the fun and excitement of partying at the top universities in the country, and its controversial content has people wondering if this is...Read more →
By NICOLE NIGRO
Timothy Bardakjy, a 22 recent college grad from Hawthorne, N.J. struggles to live a normal life due to his chronic disease, Crohn’s. With tiny hindrances that make his life difficult, Bardakjy keeps a smile on his face through rigorous surgeries, treatments, medications and pain.
Crohn’s Disease is an attack on the body’s immune...Read more →
By: AMANDA SICILIANO
Ramapo has been under fire for its students abuse of alcohol. This past semester issues with noise complaints, vandalism, public disregard for public safety, and unfortunately, a car accident involved on campus with a Ramapo student drunk behind the wheel have caused Ramapo to review it’s alcohol policy and student relationship with...Read more →
By DOUG DEPREKER
Safety Brandon Meriweather is now the most feared hitter in football. Opposing pass-catchers are terrified to go up for a ball with him lurking in the area. If he sees the ball in the air, instead of trying for an interception, he only has a knockout hit on his mind.
Meriweather has paid...Read more →
By LAURA FRENCH, NICOLE NIGRO, ANTHONY VIGNA and JESSICA WRIXON
Ping pong, a game originally known as table tennis, was first played by the English upper class in the 1880s, using a cleared-off dining table and household objects as equipment. Over a century later, students at Ramapo College are still showing enthusiasm for this fun,...Read more →
By JOSH SCHWARZ, AMANDA SICILIANO, MICHELE MATTIA, JASMINE DURSUN
The annual three-on-three basketball tournament in memory of a fallen Ramapo College of New Jersey alum was an overwhelming success.
The tournament, presented by Alpha Epsilon Pi, was started to raise money and awareness for Drug Free America after former RCNJ student Danny Boylan tragically passed away...Read more →
By BLAKE CORRAO, DOUG DEPREKER and RYAN MCGRATH
During his presentation at Ramapo College regarding the ongoing genocide in Darfur, a visiting school from Columbia University talked about the horrors occurring on a daily basis in Sudan.
In his talk entitled, “Voices from Darfur,” Ahmad Adam spoke Nov. 19 about survivors of the ongoing genocide.
“The crimes...Read more →