Admitted Students Day welcomes class of 2027

The Office of Admissions hosted its annual Admitted Students Day on Sunday alongside the Center for Student Involvement. This event invites all accepted students to explore Ramapo’s campus, attend information sessions on their majors and talk to faculty and staff from different departments. According to the Fall 2022 Enrollment Report, […]

Ed Shannon opens up about American Federation of Teachers

Ed Shannon, professor of literature and president of Ramapo’s State Federation of College Teachers, is a dedicated and intellectual educator passionate about the written culture of humanity and the critical influence of teacher unions. In an interview with The Ramapo News, Shannon talked about the correlation between strong unions and […]

Students groove and glide at blacklight roller skating

One of Ramapo’s favorite events, blacklight roller skating, returned this past Saturday. Students were invited to skate the night away in the Auxiliary Gym, courtesy of Ramapo’s College Programming Board (CPB). The flashing lights and upbeat music created the perfect atmosphere for friends to laugh, fall and glide across the […]

We Care Program publicizes resources at open house

The Civic and Community Engagement Center’s (CCEC) We Care Program held its first open house of the year on Nov. 16, showcasing its resources for students in need. Dylan Heffernan, the assistant director for the We Care Program and Community Service, led the presentation alongside social work interns. The We […]

The Berrie Center showcases senior thesis gallery

Photo by Tori D'Amico To celebrate the hard work of Ramapo’s senior art students, the Kresge and Pascal Galleries in the Berrie Center is hosting “COLLECTIVE DISTANCE,” an exhibition of senior thesis projects. Works featured range across mediums, from photography and acrylic paintings, to sculptures and animations. The works featured […]