Trump’s Travel Ban Hits NBA Players Hard

Photo courtesy of Luminary Traveler, Flickr On Jan. 27, President Trump signed an executive order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries into the United States. This order would keep out both refugees and immigrants for a minimum of 120 days. The seven countries affected by this ban are Iran, […]

Giants and Jets Have Early Playoff Hopes

Photo courtesy of New Jersey National Guard, Wikipedia Through two weeks of the NFL season, there is a reserved optimism for fans of both New York football teams. The Giants, off to their first 2-0 start since 2009, spent lots of money to improve their defense and make a return […]

‘Self-righteous Left’ Hinders Freedom of Speech on College Campuses

Photo Courtesy of Robin_Ottawa (I'm on the phone!), Flickr Creative Commons The self-righteous left strikes again. Around the country, colleges are celebrating the re-emergence of warm weather with outdoor activities, sporting events and, as is customary on nearly every campus, a spring concert. George Washington University is no different and […]

Pavoncello Presents Italian Politics

Photo by Hope Patti On Thursday, Ramapo welcomed Franco Pavoncello, the President of John Cabot University in Rome and a professor of political science, to lead a presentation in the York Room on “Lessons Learned from Contemporary Italian Politics.” The discussion focused on the United States' standing as a world super power […]

Phife Dawg Passes Away at 42

Photo courtesy of Super User, Wikipedia Malik Izaak Taylor, better known as Phife Dawg of the rap group A Tribe Called Quest, recently passed away at the age of 45. The legendary rapper had been dealing with diabetes for decades, and ultimately, complications from the disease took his life on […]

Bob Willard Discusses Sustainable Strategies

Bob Willard, whose previous professional experience includes a management level position at IBM Canada for nearly four decades, was the keynote speaker at the Business Case for the New Sustainability presentation on Wednesday. His talk encompassed aspects of the business world that are primarily concerned with sustainability, which he described […]

Janet Biehl Applies Bookchin’s Social Ecology to Today

‚Äč On Wednesday night in Friend’s Hall, Professor Michael Edelstein hosted a presentation on the late Murray Bookchin, who taught at Ramapo College during the early seventies. Social ecology and Bookchin’s own theory, libertarian municipalism, were the main topics of the discussion, as well as how and where these ideas can […]