Rutgers strikes shut down campuses

Over the past week, Rutgers University’s many campuses were crowded with students lounging around in the warm weather, a great deal of day parties or “dages” and protesters with placards that read “we R on strike.” Rutgers University adjunct professors, graduate workers and other full-time faculty have been speaking out […]

Yom HaShoah luncheon addresses antisemitism

On Monday, Dr. Jacob Labendz hosted a free kosher lunch with faculty and students, where past and modern antisemitism was discussed at great length in a question-and-answer format. “Discussion of Contemporary Antisemitism: Hillel and the Gross Center for Yom HaShoah” addressed a variety of topics, ranging from how Ramapo has […]

Panel prepares LGBTQ+ students for the workforce

The Cahill Career Center teamed up with the Women’s Center and LGBTQ+ Services to host a panel titled Working While LGBTQ+. Four local LGBTQ+ identifying workers with varying careers served as the panelists, and the discussion was moderated by Career Advisor Alex Corsillo and Coordinator of the Women’s Center and […]