Ramapo Celebrates Diversity Day
On October 3, 2017, the Office of Equity and Diversity hosted Diversity Day which was a day to celebrate and embrace who we are, despite our differences, no matter what race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, nationality, or disability. It was also a day to reflect on and learn about different cultures and ideologies at Ramapo College. All who attended enjoyed cultural foods, music, and fun activities! This event was part of Queer and Trans History Month and Disability Awareness Month.
Maria Sirois Discusses Living an Authentic Life
On October 3, 2017, campus was invited to join Dr. Maria Sirois, Psy. D., for her "Living an Authentic Life" lecture and book signing. Presented by the Krame Center, attendees learned to consider what matters most on their journey, what their true north is and what a genuine, healthful and sustaining life means to them. The lecture was followed by a book signing.
Queer and Trans History Month and Disability Awareness Month Begins
Ramapo College began a month of celebration and education in honor of Queer and Trans History Month and Disability Awareness Month on October 2, 2017. Opening proclamation was read by senior Ramapo officials and student organizations were able to inform the campus about their related events.
History of Brown Berets Explored
The Office of Equity and Diversity Programs hosted a presentation about the history of the Brown Berets, a pro-Chicano organization that emerged during the Chicano Movement in the late 1960s whose movements largely revolved around farm workers’ struggles, educational reform, anti-war activities, and police brutality. This event was part of Latin@ Heritage Month and was held October 2, 2017.
From Chibás to Chevys: Notes on the Cuban Saga with Dr. Oscar Montero
The Culture Club and Latino Heritage Month Committee invited all to a presentation on "From Chibás to Chevys: Notes on the Cuban Saga" by Dr. Oscar Montero, professor emeritus, Graduate School, Lehman College (CUNY) and Stony Brook, (SUNY) on September 25, 2017. Dr. Montero is a prolific writer from Cuba now living in New York. He is author of books on Severo Sarduy, Julian del Casal, José Martí and others.
Ramapo’s Women’s Volleyball Faces Up Against NJCU
On September 21, 2017, the Ramapo College Women's Volleyball team won their second straight NJAC conference match with a 3-0 victory over New Jersey City University in the Bradley Center. To check out the stats and learn more: www.ramapoathletics.com/news/2017/9/21/womens-volleyball-...
Accounting Meet and Greet - Career Center
The Cahill Career Development Center held an Accounting Meet and Greet on September 19, 2017. The Career Center brought in representatives from a variety of accounting firms for students to learn more about the field, explore their options, seek out internships, and/or position themselves as graduating seniors for consideration of employment.
Latin@ Heritage Month Proclamation
Campus joined the Office of Equity and Diversity Programs on September 18 to proclaim the start of Latin@ Heritage Month and learn about the month’s upcoming events. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Involvement Fair Showcases Ramapo's 100+ Clubs and Organizations
Students were able to meet with representatives of Ramapo College's 100+ clubs and organizations during the Student Involvement Fair on September 13, 2017. For more info, please visit: www.ramapo.edu/clubs/
Campus Celebrates Opening of New Office of Violence Prevention
On September 13, 2017, Ramapo College celebrated the opening of the Office of Violence Prevention in C-216. The Office will provide a variety of resources to Ramapo students: www.ramapo.edu/student-affairs/ovp/