Tag: ramapo pride

Ramapo adds gender-inclusive restrooms to the Student Center

Recently, West Virginia’s legislature proposed a bill that would place restrictions on the restrooms transgender students could use in schools. This is one of many bills that have been presented over the past year that have centered around the transgender community and gender-affirming practices.  However, despite these events, Ramapo students […]

Pridefest encourages students to spread love

Photo by Celina Panis As the roar of Lady Gaga anthems played through the Pavilion and flags waved in sight, crowds of Ramapo students gathered for a day of gay and play at this year’s Pridefest.  In honor of October being LGBTQ+ History Month Ramapo’s third annual Pridefest, hosted by […]

Pride Prom features drag queens and draws a crowd

Photo by Tori D'Amico Ramapo’s Pride Club, in coordination with the sorority Tri Sigma, the Student Government Association, the College Programming Board and the Women’s Center, held its annual Pride Prom on Friday, April 26. The inclusivity-centered event made a huge splash and brought out students of all identities to […]

Pep band cheers on Ramapo’s basketball teams

Photo courtesy of David Marks The Ramapo pep band is providing a soundtrack to Bradley Center basketball games for the third season in a row. During its first two years, the pep band rooted for the men’s basketball team during historic games, including two NCAA and two NJAC tournaments. “The […]

Event Provides Advice for Dealing with Partner Abuse

Photo by Pauline Park On Thursday, March 10, Ramapo Pride and the Women’s Center co-sponsored “Abuse Awareness Information and Resources for Intimate Partner Violence.” This event welcomed all students to walk in and gain more knowledge about abuse awareness and what someone could do to potentially help an individual struggling […]

High Heels Help Fight Sexual Abuse, Violence

Photo by Angelica Pasquali Male students from various fraternities, clubs and sports teams gathered by the Arch on Tuesday to protest sexual assault and violence against women by wearing women's shoes – a symbolic act intended to show solidarity The men fumbled through bins of high heels to look for […]