By RYAN MCGRATH, JACINTA FORD and AMANDA SICILIANO
It is definitely clear that Fall has finally made its way back to Ramapo College because this past weekend marked the return of the campus’ annual Octoberfest.
Every year, Ramapo College’s Student Government Association puts a lot of dedication and effort into providing the students with many festive-themed...Read more →
By JESSICA WRIXON
The month of October usually signals the cooler fall season and the changing of leaves, but this year the unusually warm temperatures have people unpacking summer clothes.
Most people are finding that at around 6:00 a.m., when people start to leave their homes and go to work, the temperature outside is from the...Read more →
By NICOLE NIGRO
A lack of hearty, home cooked meals or taking physical education in college, most students’ decline in physical fitness begins at the prime of their lives.
According to the 2012 American Journal of Preventative Medicine research study on the health and fitness of college students, “more than half (54 percent) of adults…in the...Read more →
By AMANDA SICILIANO
Fall fashions are heading back to basics, focusing on simple and bold rather than intricate and complicated. The trick to these new trends is that they are wearable for the everyday person, allowing more people to express themselves through fashion.
Gray and green permeated the runway as the major colors of fall this...Read more →
By LAUREN MAGENTA
If you step into the Starbucks in the Preakness Shopping Center in Wayne, N.J. you will notice a few changes from their normal, quiet, hole-in-the-wall atmosphere. For starters their steamer is on full speed ahead pumping out drink after drink. Their line… forget about it.
The shift supervisor shouts,”Tall Pumpkin Spice Latte.” This...Read more →