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    Rehab Assists Student Athletes to Nurse Injuries

    by  • November 21, 2013 • Sports • 0 Comments

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    By ADRIAH ROLLING, JACINTA FORD and KEVIN SEABROOK Student athletes are torn between the demands to be great at their sport along with their school work. Student athlete Elvonney Poole, a senior basketball player talks about his passion for the sport and how he manages the long hours of practice and also maintains his studies. Poole...

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    A Day in the Life of Vegan, Marina Bisha

    by  • April 15, 2013 • Features • 0 Comments

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    By THOMAS DAVIS, ALEXA RIVERA and BRIANNA FARULLA Farmers Markets are not only local but a much healthier outlet to improving eating habits. Marina Bisha, freshman at Ramapo became a vegetarian at fourteen years old. Not only does Bisha feel healthier but she has much more energy than most people that she knows who eat...

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    Reality Television ‘Heights’ vs. ‘Shore’

    by  • February 9, 2013 • Features • 0 Comments

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    By MEGAN FERNANDEZ Television has always had a long-standing tradition of manipulating the stage and fooling their audiences for entertainment value.  While viewers all over the country find themselves helplessly drawn to fabricated storylines and scripted drama, shows like MTV’s, “The Jersey Shore,” and their new “Washington Heights” have not only exploded in popularity, but...

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    African-American History Month Celebrates Black Luminaries

    by  • February 7, 2013 • News • 1 Comment

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    By THOMAS DAVIS February is designated as the month to celebrate memorable African ancestors who have raised the bar in fighting for equality and standing up for  justice. Inspirational leaders such as Rosa Parks made a point by refusing to give up her seat in the front of the bus. Parks would have been 100 years...

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    New Jersey Slowly Recovers from Sandy’s Furor

    by  • November 1, 2012 • News • 0 Comments

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    By RAMAPO RECORD STAFF – Hurricane Sandy barreled into the Garden State Oct. 29 destroying the Jersey Shore, decimating entire communities, boardwalks and eliminating beaches. The unprecedented mega storm flooded Moonachie and Hoboken, towns where the National Guard rescued hundreds of residents stranded by the rising waters.  Millions of New Jersey residents coped in the dark for...

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    After Debate, Voters Unswayed

    by  • October 4, 2012 • News • 2 Comments

    Barack Obama and Mitt Romney met of October 3 for their first debate. (Photo/Barack Obama/Creative Commons)

    By VIRGINIA DIBIANCA After the first presidential debate of the 2012 election, viewers rated GOP candidate Mitt Romney the comeback kid. A scientific CNN poll of viewers and analysts reported 67 percent  of watchers declared Romney a more forceful debater with Obama’s responses being slow, dry and cautious. They declared Romney the winner. Media reaction to the...

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