Post-Electric Play Premieres in Sharp Theater

Photo by Micheal Pacheco Combining post-apocalyptic themes with “The Simpsons,” Anne Washburn’s play “Mr. Burns” premiered in the Sharp Theater last Friday night. The show, labeled as a “post-electric” play, serves as Ramapo’s spring mainstage production. This production of “Mr. Burns” is directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh and choreographed by Amanda […]

Greff Compiles New Private Scholarship Opportunities

Photo courtesy of Wikipedia As of the Spring 2017 semester, Ramapo’s Financial Aid Office added a “private scholarships not affiliated with Ramapo College” section to its website. This list, compiled by Ryan Greff, Student Government Senator-at-Large, includes 18 new scholarship opportunities available for a variety of students. “These are new […]

President Mercer Supports SGA Definition of Sanctuary

Photo by Michael Pacheco In light of the recent campus controversy over “sanctuary campus” status, President Peter Mercer gave his full support to the principles put forward by the Student Government Association’s legislation titled “Principles Related to Immigration and Undocumented Students at Ramapo.” This support was noted in President’s Post […]

Protest on Campus Two Days After Trump Election

Photo by Hannah Reasoner Two days after the election of Donald Trump, students – disheartened by the results and apprehensive of the future – gathered at the Arch and rallied together to voice their support for members of the Ramapo community regardless of their race, gender, sexual orientation or religion. “We […]

Fooligans Premiere First Show of the Fall

Photo by Michael Pacheco Ramapo’s own improvised comedy troupe, the Fooligans, premiered their very first show of the fall 2016 semester Saturday night. The show, titled “Bring in the Clowns,” was free for all students in the Berrie Center’s Adler Theater. “My favorite part of being a Fooligan is how […]

Iphigenia and Other Daughters Debuts in Adler

Photo by Michael Pacheco Iphigenia and Other Daughters premiered in the Adler Theatre on Friday, making it the first main stage show of the Fall 2016 semester. Peter Campbell, associate professor of theater history and criticism, directs the show, which will run for four more performances this week.    “This […]

Highlights of the Second Presidential Debate

Photo courtesy of Comandode Tomás Hirsch, Wikipedia The second of three presidential debates took place Sunday night, highlighting the candidate’s connection to the voters through a town hall format. With questions moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Raddatz, proclaimed “undecided voters” formed an audience for Hillary Clinton and […]