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 →
Whether it’s a passion for music, a forum to discuss music, or just a medium through which musicians can interact and collaborate, the Ramapo Music Club is bringing an appreciation of the art of music to campus.
What is RMC?
Formerly known as MEISA (Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association), the Ramapo Music Club are a...Read more →
By LAURA FRENCH
As political figures in New Jersey battle over same-sex marriage legislation, students at Ramapo College celebrate the LGBTQ community through Queer History Month programming.
Queer History Month, usually referred to as LGBT History Month, is annually observed in October in the United States, and arrives this year just as controversial same-sex marriage proposals...Read more →
By MICHELE MATTIA
Ramapo College recently launched a chapter of Her Campus, an online college magazine directed to female audiences.
Two students, Angel Branco and Elina Tarkazikis, founded the chapter at Ramapo and have congregated a volunteer group of staff writers on campus that write weekly articles, ranging from Greek life, to healthy options on campus...Read more →
By LAURA FRENCH
Ramapo students seek to raise awareness about bees through an upcoming beekeeping club on campus. The new club, which held an interest meeting in late September, will engage students in the process of raising and managing a live bee population.
“I think it’s a wonderful opportunity for students to interact with another species,...Read more →
By ANTHONY VIGNA
As Ramapo students piled into the Laurel courts on October 3rd, they were greeted to an environment unlike anything they have ever seen before on campus. Hay bales were scattered around the floor, images of a saloon were hung up on the walls, and country music that was blasting in the area....Read more →
By ALEKSANDAR VASILEV
Hiking and trips to the beach, along with painting classrooms and volunteering to teach schoolchildren. Emily Moore, a junior at Ramapo College managed to accomplish all of this in one week by participating in the Alternative Spring Break, organized by the school.
The annual Alternative Spring Break program provides students with a different...Read more →
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...Read more →
By ALEXANDER VASILEV
A group of approximately 50 people, including Ramapo college students and faculty as well as local community members gathered together on a chilly March morning to protest against the Tennessee Gas Pipeline going through the Ramapo Valley County Reservation.
The protest was held on March 5, 10 p.m. at the parking lot of...Read more →
Ramapo’s Berrie Center will be presenting “Shape of Things,” a play directed by Pirrone Youselzadeh and managed by Rachel Frescella.
“Shape of Things” deals with teen angst and the willingness to do anything for love. The students involved delve into characters that struggle through emotional and romantic involvement with one another.
“This show represents college students’...Read more →
By BRIAN NAZZARO and LISA QUAGLINO
Ramapo College’s team of administrators and staff may be able to fix most problems to the student’s content, but the issue of parking on campus is one that refuses to disappear.
Complaints about the amount of parking, and the inconvenience of it, seem to be a topic of discussion for...Read more →
By THOMAS DAVIS
Student improvisational comedic performers filled the jam-packed The Sharpe Theater with ‘loneliness’ and hilarious bits of comedic and dramatic skits at a special Valentine themed show. With enthused audience volunteers, this show knocked students off their rockers.
The Fooligans’ , a student produced comedy, sketch show featured short types of bits such as...Read more →