• Ramapo-Bergen Animal Shelter Leads “No-Kill” Policy

    by  • April 18, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Oakland Animal Shelter volunteer with a rescued animal. PHOTO/

    By BILL PIVETZ, GARRET IVINS, RICHIE FETZER and AMANDA DALEY OAKLAND, N.J. –  Three concrete walls surround the animals housed behind gates.    The caretaker locking in the animals has a kind face. There is plenty of food and water, and the rescued animals in the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Shelter  are cleaned. All they need now...

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    The Value of Pets

    by  • April 18, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Mr. Quincy Loves Bagels. PHOTO/Rachel Brant

    By MORGAN AGESEN, RACHEL BRANT, LARISSA LOHMAN, AND KELLY RUSSELL The world would be a pretty lonely place without animals. Not only do they bring laughter to a person’s day, but their silly little quirks are what make them extra special. From a fish to a dog to a cat to a bird, each animal possesses...

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    Behind the Scenes with a WRPR DJ

    by  • April 18, 2012 • 0 Comments

    WRPR 90.3 FM/ photo credit: ramapo.edu/studentmedia/wrpr

    By KRISTINE DONOVAN, KATIE CURL, ALEXIS LOPEZ and ADRIANA CAPPELLI Andrew Daley is a DJ at Ramapo College’s radio station WRPR. 90.3 is an FM radio station that is aired across the radio sound waves, and is streamed online. Daley is a junior at the college, and he has been working with WRPR throughout his time...

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    Steve Jobs’ Passing Leaves Apple with a Legacy to Carry On

    by  • October 19, 2011 • 0 Comments

    Iphones are just one example of Apple's widespread reinvention of the way people use media. PHOTO/Sarah Bloom

      By SARAH BLOOM, MELISSA FALCONE, MAUREEN SCULLY and DIANA STANCZAK The visionary co-founder of Apple Inc., Steve Jobs, died Oct. 5 of respiratory failure caused by his long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56. Jobs stepped down as CEO in August after battling cancer in recent years, and his passing raises the question about the...

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    The High Cost of Water

    by  • October 19, 2011 • 0 Comments

    By DAN POESCHL WEST MILFORD- Water is something that can be taken for granted. In most places in America it’s just a simple turn of the faucet, and all the cool blue refreshment is yours, but there is still one question that everyone forgets. Where does the water come from? Water is often an overlooked luxury....

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    NHL 2011-12 Season Preview

    by  • October 18, 2011 • 0 Comments

    NHL Season Preview 2011 - 2012

    by DANIEL MORRELL As the bitter winter looms around the corner, the coolest (literally) professional sport, the NHL, is back for another exiting season. The trilling Stanley Cup match between the Boston Bruins and the Vancouver Canucks reignited the interest of many, giving the sport it’s highest television rating since 1974.  The game also earned a...

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    College Graduates Wary of Obama’s Job Stimulus

    by  • September 21, 2011 • 0 Comments

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    By DANIEL MORRELL You finally graduated college. Welcome to the real world. Welcome to the unemployment line. Recent college graduates have been grappling with the dilemma of being jobless and in debt. With the unemployment rate coasting at an unsettling 9.1 percent, workforce jailbaits are hoping for some help. However, President Obama’s recently announced American Jobs...

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