On Campus

‘The Wolves’ run kicks off in Sharp Theater

The theater department put on a new show in the Sharp Theater that’s bound to spark some laughter and gasps. “The Wolves,” written by Sarah DeLappe and directed by theater professor Terra Vandergaw, follows multiple stories about a girls’ indoor soccer team. This is a sort of passion project for […]

New multimedia exhibits open in Kresge and Pascal Galleries

Two new exhibitions, “Shore Publishing/A Decade of Artist’s Collaborations In Printmaking” and “Album,” opened in the Kresge and Pascal Galleries this past week. “Shore Publishing/A Decade of Artist’s Collaborations In Printmaking” in the Kresge Gallery celebrates 10 years of Shore Publishing, a traditional printmaking studio located in Tuxedo Park, New […]

Broadway’s production of ‘Sweeney Todd’ drags on

On Wednesday, Nov. 1, The Center for Student Involvement’s Roadrunner Central sponsored its third Broadway trip of the semester to the highly praised “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” revival starring Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford. The show last graced the stages of Broadway in 1979 with Len […]

Ramapo’s literary magazine is given new life

Poetry, short stories, photography. Sherman Alexie, Joe Hill, Annie Leibovitz… they all had to start somewhere.  Alexie studied at Washington State University, Hill at Vassar College and Leibovitz at San Francisco Art Institute. Here at Ramapo, students can enter the world of publication and begin their own journey through Trillium, […]