Presidential Candidates React to Attack on Brussels

Photo by Rebecca King A terrorist attack at a Belgian airport on Wednesday left at least 30 people dead and over 200 people wounded. The attack involved three explosions that took place at Brussels Airport, gaining worldwide attention, as different countries stood in solidarity with the victims of the attacks. […]

Angela Yee of Power 105.1 FM Hosts Fashion Show

Photo by Giancarlo Sepulveda Ramapo College hosted a fashion show this past Friday in the Bradley Center, one which featured clothing lines by current and former students of Ramapo, as well as local designers who wanted the opportunity to promote their designs. The event, co-sponsored by the Women’s Center and […]

Antonin Scalia’s Death Changes SCOTUS Dynamic

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Antonin Scalia was found dead on Saturday in a West Texas resort. Scalia has reportedly died of natural causes. He was 79. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called Scalia’s death a hit to conservatism and insisted that his replacement be selected under a new […]

Student: More Diversity Needed Among Students. Faculty and Administration

Photo by Rebecca King President Mercer and school administrators hosted a Town Hall meeting in Friends’ Hall yesterday to address race and inclusion on campus. The meeting comes amidst the racial tensions at the University of Missouri that resulted in the resignation of the school’s president and chancellor. Ramapo’s first […]

GOP Presidential Debate Held at University of Colorado

During last night’s GOP debate at the University of Colorado Boulder, Republican presidential candidates criticized the mainstream media. The candidates, who found the questions posed by the moderators to be needlessly confrontational, called out CNBC moderators Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick and John Harwood: “The questions that have been asked so […]

Filmmaker Speaks at Latin@ Heritage Month Banquet

Photo by Giancarlo Sepulveda Jesus Nebot, a Spanish award-winning filmmaker and transformational speaker, called for immigration reform at the Latin@ Heritage Month banquet at the Trustees Pavilion on Wednesday. Jesus Nebot’s speech dissected misconceptions about Latin immigrants and addressed illegal immigrant crime rates and undocumented employment. He also proposed a solution […]

Bi-weekly Meetings Set to Prompt Discussions on Race

Photo by Steve Fallon A small group of about 20 students from different races, religions and backgrounds sat down for an hour-long open discussion on Monday about their personal experiences with race – from growing up in different neighborhoods, to their experiences here at Ramapo. This was the first of […]