Annual Scholars’ Day showcases student research

Photo courtesy of Matthew Wikfors. Ramapo hosted its 10th annual Scholars’ Day on April 20 in Friends Hall. This year’s event featured 29 faculty-sponsored student submissions across 16 majors. According to Ramapo’s Scholars’ Day page, the event “showcases some of the most exemplary faculty-mentored student creativity and scholarly activities undertaken in […]

Ramapo faculty dissect biases behind book bans

Photo courtesy of Danielle Bongiovanni. On April 20, three Ramapo professors hosted “Book Banning in 2022: Unpacking a Moral Panic Targeting Race and LGBTQIA+ Issues” in the Alumni Lounges.  The first portion of the event consisted of a presentation by assistant professor of sociology Dr. Paul Reck, assistant professor of literacy […]

Ramapo recognizes importance of AAPI and EOF in April

Photo courtesy of Matthew Wikfors. The opening proclamations for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month and the historic first Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Month took place on Monday, April 11 in the Grove. The Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Compliance (EDIC) and EOF program hosted the events, the […]

NJPF acknowledges talent of Ramapo News staff

Photo courtesy of Emily Melvin. Every year, The Ramapo News partakes in the New Jersey Press Foundation (NJPF) College Newspaper Contest, a competition where all two-year and four-year colleges in New Jersey are invited to submit work from the past year to highlight their paper’s year of excellence. This year’s […]

Enrolling in minor programs can prove to be difficult

Photo courtesy of Celine Panis-Pardo. Last week we took a look into the minor programs at Ramapo and how enrollment varies across disciplines. Having the institutional perspective, we’re now looking to see how students navigate adding additional disciplines or focuses to their degree.  A student's likelihood of taking a minor […]