Yom HaShoah luncheon addresses antisemitism

On Monday, Dr. Jacob Labendz hosted a free kosher lunch with faculty and students, where past and modern antisemitism was discussed at great length in a question-and-answer format. “Discussion of Contemporary Antisemitism: Hillel and the Gross Center for Yom HaShoah” addressed a variety of topics, ranging from how Ramapo has […]

Baseball enjoys 3-2 week while splitting NJAC matchups

Over the last week, Ramapo’s baseball team went 3-2, splitting games against Montclair State University (MSU) and Rutgers-Camden University on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and defeating Manhattanville College on Tuesday afternoon. The past week of games moves the Roadrunners’ record to 15-9 overall on the season, and 3-3 in the […]

Baseball pulls off comeback against Ursinus

Last week the Ramapo baseball team played two games, losing to Swarthmore College on Friday, and defeating Ursinus College on Tuesday afternoon. The split gives the Roadrunners a 10-6 record so far this season. The loss to Swarthmore was Ramapo’s first loss of the season at home, and their largest […]

Analysis: The NHL lacks inclusivity

Before a National Hockey League (NHL) game begins, the United States’ National Anthem, and depending on the location of the game, the Canadian National Anthem are both played prior to puck drop. The 23 players from each team line up on the ice, no matter where they are from, and […]

Baseball beats Centenary following tournament

The Ramapo College baseball team had a 5-4 record at the RussMatt Invitational in Auburndale, Florida over spring break, and on Tuesday, the Roadrunners beat Centenary University by a score of 6-4 in their return from the trip.  During the tournament, Ramapo tallied wins against Westminster College, Curry College, Roger […]