Tag: japan

Wes Anderson film is a problematic but beautiful tale

Photo courtesy of Diana Ringo, Wikipedia The idea of Wes Anderson making an animated family film is a bit odd. Granted, the director's visual style, from his love of long takes and wide frames to his painterly aesthetic, seems almost tailored made towards animation. Audiences were already exposed to this […]

Professor Holds Discussion on Fukushima Disaster

Photo by Hope Patti Ramapo College hosted a series of talks Friday involving the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster where Ramapo Professor Michael Edelstein discussed the topic of recovery. A portion of the event titled “Conversation on the Human Impacts of Fukushima Daiichi Disaster” also presented the opportunity to listen to Professor […]

Rosberg Takes Home Formula One Victory on Sunday

Photo courtesy of Morio, Wikipedia The Formula One World Championship traveled to Suzuka Circuit in Japan this past Sunday, and Nico Rosberg took home the victory. The race did not disappoint. Rosberg entered the event with a 23-point lead in the standings over Briton Lewis Hamilton. The Mercedes-Benz teammates started […]

Ramapo Remembers Anniversary of Fukushima Disaster

Next Friday, March 11, will mark the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, triggered by an earthquake and tsunami that ravaged the Fukushima prefecture of Japan. The natural calamities alone killed nearly 16 thousand people, and while the short and long term effects of the exposure to the leaked […]

Ben Levy Awarded Fulbright Grant to Study in Japan

Ben Levy, the director of international education at Ramapo, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to Japan.  Levy has been with the College since 2010. His position is comprehensive and inclusive of all international programs and initiatives, including institutional strategic planning, program development and international risk management. The Fulbright […]