Tag: food

CPB invites students for a taste of Mahwah

Photo by Daniel Troise The smell of delicious foods from well-known Mahwah surrounding restaurants flooded Friends Hall last Friday night as the College Programming Board (CPB) hosted the annual “Taste of Mahwah” event. With food trays from restaurants including CARS, Nicky’s, Littio’s, Nonna’s, and Ju Lung, students were able to […]

CPB’s Food Fest showcases countries around the world

Photo courtesy of Kevin Rheese, Flickr The College Programming Board hosted their annual Cultural Food Fest in Friends Hall on Friday night, presenting a wide array of foods representative of Mexico, China, India, Greece and Italy.  “People seemed very excited to try cultural foods from around the area,” said sophomore […]

Fall takes center stage at SGA’s annual Oktoberfest

Photo courtesy of Ramapo College, Instagram Ramapo College's annual Oktoberfest – complete with pumpkin decorating, carnival games and a selection of food from area restaurants – was held last Saturday on the Bandshell lawn and coincided with Family Day, allowing parents of new students to experience one of the many […]

CPB invites students to bid “Farewell to Summer”

Photo courtesy of Chad Rosenthal, Flickr On Saturday night, the College Programming Board hosted its first “Farewell to Summer” event in the Grove. Despite the chilly weather, there was a moderate turnout as students continuously joined to enjoy the food, crafts, games and music. Students ate chicken fingers, fries and […]

Race, Class and Food: Checking Your Privilege at the Checkout Line

Photo Courtesy of Robert Couse, Flickr Creative Commons A growing food movement exists that urges people in developed countries to support sustainable eating by foregoing greasy cheeseburgers and eating fresh produce at local family farms instead, but how often do we look at the intersection of food, race and class […]

Carnival Serves as Oktoberfest Staple

This past weekend, Ramapo’s annual Oktoberfest was enjoyed campus-wide, and the most integral facet of the festivities was the carnival. This fall staple is meant to be a reflection of the German tradition that is known worldwide.  “This is my first year doing it and there was a phenomenal turnout, I […]