Student panel empathizes addiction and recovery

Photo courtesy of Danielle Bongiovanni. Stigmatizing addiction is antithetical to facilitating recovery. That was the main takeaway from “Straight Stuff,” an event held by the RCNJ Roadrunner Recovery Allies Fusion Support group on March 10. Four Ramapo students formed a panel to share their perspectives on addiction, recovery and support — […]

Herstory speaker pushes for intersectional activism

Photo courtesy of Emily Melvin. Activist, author and artist Hope Giselle was welcomed to Ramapo College on March 9 as the keynote speaker for Women’s Herstory Month. The Women’s Center and LGBTQ+ Services, the Office of Equity, Division, Compliance and Inclusion (EDIC) and Office of Violence Prevention welcomed Giselle as the […]

Russia needs to be held accountable for its war

Photo courtesy of Celine Panis-Pardo. As a follow-up to last week’s Russia-Ukraine discussion panel, the School of Humanities and Global Studies hosted another discussion panel on March 8 in the Alumni Lounges. The talk focused on the legal and human rights ramifications of the situation as it has evolved.  This time, […]

How the liberal arts can lay career foundations

Photo courtesy of Gloria Jeong. Pat Wadors graduated from Ramapo College in 1987, but returned to campus Monday, March 7 to talk with President Jebb at the latest “Future Series” installment. Before their fireside chat, Wadors was part of a roundtable discussion for students to speak directly with her about how […]

Former editor-in-chief embraces mentorship passions

Photo courtesy of Nicole Alliegro. Hurricane Sandy left thousands of homes damaged, millions without power and almost all of New Jersey devastated. Ramapo closed its offices, effectively shutting down their campus that day, but 2012 Editor-in-Chief Nicole Alliegro and her news staff met to initiate their first major breaking news story. […]

Mignolo dance created a language of movement

Photo courtesy of Nia Garza. As part of their spring showcase, the Berrie Center welcomed mignolo dance to perform their latest piece, “Self-Help,” on Sharp Theater’s stage on the evening of March 5. Students, faculty and guests gathered into the theater where they were greeted with two wood chairs spotlighted […]

I-287’s dangers incite push to renovate the aging road

Photo courtesy of Celine Panis-Pardo. The commute to Ramapo varies amongst students: some immediately take Route 17 while others first drive the I-287 overpass, an intersection known for its sharp curves and fast-moving trucks blindly veering off the road.   In 2021 alone, state traffic records indicate that there had been three […]