Catalyst Foundation Speaker Offers Solutions to Child Trafficking in Vietnam

Caroline Nguyen Ticarro, founder of the humanitarian organization called Catalyst Foundation, was welcomed to Ramapo College on Friday. Ticarro presented the issues of internal child trafficking and adoption while discussing her multi-pronged approach for restoring dignity to ethnic minorities. She also discussed how best to help others build communities in […]

‘Spring into Wellness’ Addresses Mental Illness Stigmas

Photo by Hope Patti Ramapo hosted its annual Spring into Wellness event on Wednesday, April 6 in the Bradley Center. While the event was mostly marketed toward third-year, Spring Into Wellness was open for the whole campus to participate in activities such as yoga, hip-hop dance tutorials, CrossFit, aroma therapy, […]

Event Provides Advice for Dealing with Partner Abuse

Photo by Pauline Park On Thursday, March 10, Ramapo Pride and the Women’s Center co-sponsored “Abuse Awareness Information and Resources for Intimate Partner Violence.” This event welcomed all students to walk in and gain more knowledge about abuse awareness and what someone could do to potentially help an individual struggling […]

Role of Women in UNRRA Explained at Presentation

Ramapo welcomed Dr. Ellen Ross on Thursday for a presentation titled “Food and Shelter for Seven Million: The Women of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) 1945-1947.” The Gross Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies sponsored the event, which took place in the Alumni Lounges.  Emerita Professor Ross was […]

Ramapo Listed as Top 300 Best College Values

Ramapo College has been recognized in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s list of the “Top 300 Best College Values of 2016.” This is Ramapo’s 10th year being included in Kiplinger’s list and it was rated 255 out of the 300 colleges on the list and 91 of 100 in the public colleges […]

Maintaining Mindfulness amidst College Stress

Forgetting keys at home, putting on two different pairs of shoes or the daily college student struggle of losing an ID are normal occurrences, as are other lapses; however, some simple tips can help keep the mind on track. Eat a healthy diet Studies show that a low glycemic diet with […]

Blogging is Beneficial for Networking

The world of journalism is growing in various ways, and is there is no better way for those who are eager to share their communicative skills than to start a blog.  Blogging has become a popular creative outlet. It is a form of self-expression, which can be beneficial for college […]