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CHCS destigmatizes mental illness with students

The Center for Health and Counseling Services (CHCS) held a screening of “It’s Real: College Students and Mental Health” in Laurel Hall on Sept. 28. The event comes at the end of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Megan Johnston, the health educator with CHCS, said the goal of the event was […]

Students question ranking of Ramapo dorms

Niche.com, a site that provides statistics and reviews on colleges and universities for potential applicants, recently ranked Ramapo’s dormitories 27th on their list of the 2023 Best College Dorms in America. Ramapo is unique in several areas when compared to typical trends in college dorms. The first is price. As […]

Faculty oppose rampant textbook censorship

Librarian Christina Connor and Professor Ed Shannon presented an event on Sept. 22 in honor of Banned Books Week about the little-known topic of textbook censorship. Connor guided the audience through the history of textbook censorship, emphasizing both the importance of textbooks in a well-rounded education and the dangers of […]

Stomp The Yard brings salsa moves on campus

As part of the Latinx Heritage Month celebration, the Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Compliance (EDIC) invited students and faculty to the Arch for “Stomp the Yard: Salsa Edition.” Attendees learned and performed traditional Latin dances, including salsa, bachata and merengue. The college brought in a dance instructor who […]

CCEC celebrates National Voter Registration Day

Public institutions across the country recognized National Voter Registration Day on Sept. 20, seven weeks before Election Day. The holiday originated in 2012 “to create broad awareness of voter registration opportunities.” Ramapo College’s Civic & Community Engagement Center (CCEC) participated by providing free food, games and resources aimed at helping […]

Jebb reflects in State of the College Address

Ramapo College President Cindy Jebb took the floor in Friends Hall on Sept. 21 to the sounds of Jimmy Cliff’s “I Can See Clearly Now” for her third State of the College Address. Jebb reflected on her first full year at Ramapo College, suggesting that she can “see clearly now” […]

Ramapo commences Latinx Heritage Month

President Cindy Jebb and the Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Compliance (EDIC) held the opening proclamation for Latinx Heritage Month on Sept. 19 at the Arch. The month officially lasts from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.  “It is my honor and privilege to welcome you to the kickoff of […]

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 […]