State of the College Addresses Sensitive Issues

Photo by Hope Patti President Mercer delivered his State of the College address on Wednesday in Friends Hall, discussing everything from campus safety to sanctuary campuses to labor concerns. Present at the address were members of the American Federation of Teachers who raised concerns about inequality being perpetuated between administration […]

Women’s Herstory Month Ends with Closing Luncheon

Photo by Giancarlo Sepulveda The Women’s Herstory Month closing luncheon took place on Thursday in Friends Hall. During the luncheon, all of the clubs and organizations that participated during the month were recognized and asked to speak about their experiences during the month. Events included a positive body talk yoga […]

Joshua Zimmerman Discusses Polish Underground

Photo by Hope Patti In January 2014, Professor Joshua Zimmerman of Yeshiva University completed his book “The Polish Underground and the Jews, 1939-1945.” On Wednesday, Zimmerman came to Ramapo to discuss his book and the messages in it. Students and staff alike gathered in the Trustees Pavilion to hear Zimmerman talk […]

Ebony Women for Social Change Examines Stereotypes

Photo by Pauline Park Students gathered in the Black Student Union office on Tuesday to discuss stereotypes associated with the black community today and how people can go about trying to break "the chain" of those characterizations. The event was hosted by Ramapo’s Ebony Women for Social Change. Members of […]

NASPA Provides Scholarships for Diversity in Higher Ed

Students who wish to have more scholarship opportunities can consider applying to NASPA, or Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, a higher education student affairs organization at Ramapo. NASPA has been serving the Ramapo student community for decades. The undergraduate fellows program serves as an initiative to mentor students from […]