Author: ERICA COSLOP

Center celebrates 25 years of peer program at dinner

Photo courtesy of the Center for Student Success On Wednesday evening, the Center for Student Success celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Peer Facilitation Program at the annual peer appreciation dinner. Current and past peers were present at the fun, light-hearted event to be honored by the faculty and staff, […]

SGA gives presentation on efforts to aid homeless

Photo courtesy of MM, Wikipedia In honor of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, SGA President Stephan Lally and SGA Senate Vice President Jaime Velazquez gave a presentation on their work to reduce food insecurity on Ramapo’s campus. The initiative started last October when Karen Booth, assistant director for civic engagement, […]

New Jersey residents elect Phil Murphy as governor

Photo courtesy of Phil Murphy, Flickr Chris Christie’s time as New Jersey’s governor has come to an end.  On Tuesday, voters went to the polls to decide who would be his replacement and Democrat Phil Murphy came out on top with 55.6 percent of votes. Decidedly blue in presidential elections, […]

Ramapo reflects on month-long campus wide project

During the month of October, Ramapo celebrated Campus Sustainability Month. When President Trump withdrew the country from the Paris Agreement over the summer, Ramapo was one of the 183 colleges and universities to sign the “We Are Still In” pledge, maintaining the ideas from the agreement on their campus. Sustainability […]

Students learn valuable skills at Internship Conference

Graphic courtesy of Cahill Center, Facebook Students filled Friends Hall Wednesday evening for the Cahill Career Center’s sixth annual Career and Internship Conference. The event, co-sponsored by the Ramapo College Enactus team and the Civic and Community Engagement Center, had a central theme of “Making the Public Good Your Career.” […]

Associate professor shares presentation on Africa trip

Photo by Karl Johnson Associate professor Karl Johnson shared his experience traveling to Africa this past summer in a presentation titled, “Liberia: An African Nation of Wonder and Promise.” Johnson, who teaches African American Studies at Ramapo, talked on Monday about the11 days he spent in Liberia over the summer […]

Greeks comes together to celebrate Pillars Week

‚Äč Photo courtesy of Ramapo Greeks, Instagram This week, members of the Ramapo Greek Community are celebrating Greek Pillars Week. Throughout the week, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, or OFSL, is holding events based on different Greek Pillars, including brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, scholarship and service. Amanda Riehl, who is […]

Ramapo community mourns the loss of Professor Kim

Photo courtesy of Sarah Carberry Over the weekend, the Ramapo community lost beloved biochemistry Professor Seung-Sup Kim. He began teaching at Ramapo as a part of the School of Theoretical and Applied Science in 2009 and worked with both 100-level general chemistry students and 400-level research students. “The students all […]