Workshop: Annotating and Outlining a Text
The Center for Reading and Writing sponsored a workshop on February 22, 2017 for students who aimed to improve their reading, annotating, and outlining skills regarding a text.
Arch in Snow
The Ramapo Arch in snow in March 2017.
Berrie Center features Koto Green Tea Ceremony
Musician, storyteller, and artist, Kuniko Yamamoto presented a green tea drinking, music and storytelling ceremony on March 2, 2017.
Mack Brandon’s Gospel Explosion
On March 4, 2017, The Berrie Center presented Mack Brandon’s Gospel Explosion. Mack Brandon is a Ramapo music professor, and the choir features voices from New Jersey as well from the Ramapo College student body.
Law School 101
Ramapo alumnus and Boston College Law student, Jonathan Mangel came back to campus to answer questions, give advice, and share his experiences at law school.
Ramapo MSA Hosts “Try Hijab for a Day”
On March 2, 2017, as a part of “Women’s Herstory Month”, the Ramapo Muslim Student Association (MSA) hosted an event for students to try on hijabs and learn about Islamic history.
Marketing Club Highlights Roles of a Marketer After Graduation
The Marketing Club hosted a workshop meeting on February 28, 2017 that discussed the different directions you can go with a marketing degree.
Getting to Zero Waste: Join the Journey
The President's Committee on Campus Sustainability (PCCS), Ramapo Green, 1-STEP, and the Student Government Association hosted a workshop on March 3, 2017 that showed a variety ways to make Ramapo a zero waste campus.
On March 2, 2017, Chauniqua D. Young, an associate at Outten & Golden LLP moderated this week’s Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) discussion on race on social and political movements.
Build Your Own EcoSystem
Overlook Residence Hall hosted an event where students built their own ecosystems and planted vegetables in plastic water bottles on February 27, 2017.