Author: Krystin Bruno

Workshop raises discussion on global competence

A Global Competence Workshop was held in SC-219 Wednesday morning in order to raise a discussion on thinking broadly about global competence. Dr. Neriko Doerr organized the workshop with help from six student-panelists: Jon Hernandez, Aditya (Eddie) Anand, Jarett Carlington, Erica Coslop, Adeline Tao and Melanie Rose Inta. “The workshop […]

Women’s Center hosts talk on abortion access

Photo courtesy of Lunar Caustic, Flickr On Wednesday evening, the Women’s Center sponsored a “When People Can’t Have Abortions” discussion covering the lack of abortion access across the nation. Nat Dahl, the Women’s Outreach Coordinator opened the discussion by introducing Dr. Amanda Roberti who presented a “My Choice Series” PowerPoint […]

Ramapo men share experience with No Shave November

Photo courtesy of Nov Ty Konzak, Flickr During the month of November, the Women’s Center sponsored “No Shave November” in order to raise awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer. On Thursday in the Alumni Lounges, men’s outreach coordinator Adam Choinski, presented the closing for No Shave November. Five Ramapo […]

Honor society stages demonstration on banned books

Photo courtesy of San Jose Public Library, Flickr Books were read aloud Thursday in a demonstration intended to celebrate freedom of speech and the written word. The “Banned Book Read Out” was sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, the English Literature Honors Society, in honor of Banned Books Week, which is […]

Dr. Galis visits campus to discuss atrocity prevention

Photo by Hope Patti On Tuesday, the Gross Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies sponsored “Making Atrocity Prevention a Reality” in the Alumni Lounges. Ramapo welcomed Dr. Tibi Galis, the director of the Auschwitz Institution for Peace and Reconciliation as students from Dr. Michael Riff’s Paradigms of Genocide class listened […]

Women’s Center Holds Talk on Women’s March

Photo by Anastasia Caulfield On Wednesday, the Women’s Center conducted the Women’s March on Washington Talk Back, which focused on discussing the march on Jan. 21 following the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Both male and female students gathered in the Women’s Center to discuss their personal experiences at the […]

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet Presents Poems on Campus

Photo by Giancarlo Sepulveda The works of Pulitzer Prize-Winning poet Peter Balakian were read aloud on Wednesday by the writer himself, who chose five poems from his book, “Ozone Journal,” in the Trustees Pavilion at 4 p.m.   Balakian’s poems offer a wide realm of geographical references in New Jersey, […]