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Thursday, March 8th

12:00 p.m. – International Women’s Day – The Women’s Center – Women’s Center (C220)

Join the Women’s Center in celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD), a day that celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Stop by our table to receive information about the Herstory of International Women’s Day, this year’s theme, and grab a purple treat. Purple is the official color of IWD so show your pride by wearing purple. This event is a part of Women’s Appreciation Week and Women’s HERstory Month. Email with questions

1:00 p.m. – Real Men Real Talk – The Women’s Center – A220

Real Men Real Talk is a weekly discussion group for men identified students.  Discussion topics include masculinity, current events, gender stereotypes, men’s health, and other men’s issues. This is a safe space for men to express themselves. This group is facilitated by the Student Men’s Outreach Coordinator, Adam. Questions? Email Adam at

1:00 p.m. – Feminist Declaration Day – The Women’s Center – Fishbowl

Often regarded as the “F-Word,” today is a celebration and exploration of those who proudly call themselves feminists. Visit our table to discuss how you have come to regard yourself as a feminist, what being a feminist means to you, and the significance of the feminist movement. This event is a part of Women’s Appreciation Week and Women’s HERstory Month. Email with questions

1:00 p.m. – All Together Different Lunch – Office of Equity and Diversity Programs– SC 156

Join other members of the Ramapo College community as we chat and chew about social and diversity issues in today’s media. Bring your lunch or snack on the light refreshments that will be provided. Questions? Email

9:00 p.m. – Violet – The Women’s Center – The Women’s Center C220

Violet is a weekly peer-to-peer discussion and support group for self-identified lesbian, bisexual, queer, and questioning cis and trans women. Questions? Email Regina at

Friday, March 9th

7:00 p.m. – Women’s Mixer: Healthy Love Party – The Women’s Center – SC 158

Relax, recharge, and connect with other women on campus by joining the Women’s Center for our monthly Women Mixers. This month’s activity is a Healthy Love Party. Come out to learn about safer sex, consent, and win free safer sex supplies. This event is trans and non-binary friendly. This event is a part of Women’s Appreciation Week and Women’s HERstory Month. Email with questions

8:00 p.m. – Queer and Trans Mixer – The Women’s Center – SC 158

Join the Queer and Trans Community of Ramapo in a fun and relaxing way at the Queer and Trans Mixer! Mingle with other LGBTQ+ individuals, while also eating snacks and playing games in a relaxing environment! For more information, contact


Res Life

Thursday, March 8th

7:00 p.m. – Spelling Bee – RA Ariful – Overlook

Join RA Ariful in the Overlook First Floor Lounge to challenge your friends and see who is the best seller! The winner will receive a gift card of their choice! Questions? Email

Cahill Center

College Programming Board

Thursday, March 8th

10:00 p.m. – Mason Jar Madness – College Programming Board – Alumni Lounges

If you enjoy arts and crafts, then this is the event for you! Join the College Programming Board to make your own mason jar creations! Any creative ideas that you have can be brought to life! Supplies are limited, so make sure to stop by with your friends early.


President's Office

Health & Wellness

Thursday, March 8th

1:10 p.m. – Free Weekly Meditation Session- Krame Center – Anisfield School of Business Room 420

Learn to meditate or expand your meditation practice at this partially guided free day mindfulness meditation, suitable for those with experience or for beginners. Meditation can be used to increase focus, calm the nervous system and help deal with stress. Peter Shalit will lead the meditation.

Additional Announcements

Additional Announcements!

Interested in spending the weekend with passionate social justice activists and learning more about reproductive justice?
If so, apply to attend the 2018 Civil Liberties and Public Policy Conference (CLPP): Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom.
The Women’s Center will be sponsoring a select group of students to attend the 2018 Civil Liberties and Public Policy Conference: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom, which takes place from Friday, April 13, to Sunday, April 15, 2018 at Hampshire College, in Amherst Massachusetts.
For more information on the conference, please visit:

NOTE: Spots are limited. The last day applications will be accepted is March 9th. Priority will go to first-time participants but all are welcome to apply. For more information, please email

Real Men of Ramapo Calendars Still Available!

Come to the Women’s Center to pick up your copy of the Real Men of Ramapo Calendar! Only available while supplies last! Email or with any questions

The 2018 Student Leadership Awards Are Live!

Hello Student Leaders! This message is to inform you all that the 2017-2018 Student Leadership Awards applications are live on OrgSync. Students from all student groups, organizations, and leadership positions are eligible to apply for the student leadership awards.

Outstanding Student Leadership Awards: (First Year, Second Year, Junior, & Senior student leaders) for outstanding students in each class year.

Jerome Lee Memorial Award for Outstanding Leadership: The Jerome Lee Memorial Award for Outstanding Leadership is named in honor of the Director of the Student Center who died in 1995.  Jerome Lee valued high ethical and moral standards and gladly extended his capacity for human love to all those with whom he came in contact.  Applicants for the Jerome Lee Memorial Award should demonstrate in their work within the co-curriculum leadership through grace, human kindness, and the art of gentle persuasion—all traits which characterized Jerome’s work.

To be eligible students must be seniors with a graduation application on file for May 2018, August 2018, or plan to graduate in January 2019.

The Pillars Award: This award honors those senior student leaders who have demonstrated over the course of their career at Ramapo College outstanding leadership, a strong commitment to the mission of the College, and dedication to fostering a positive and inclusive living and learning environment.  Recipients should be considered by others to be the product and embodiment of the four Ramapo pillars of interdisciplinary curriculum, international education, intercultural understanding and experiential learning.

To be eligible, students must be seniors with a graduation application on file for January 2018, May 2018, or August 2018.  The criteria for consideration are as follows:

The 2017-2018 Student Leadership Awards Application is due on Monday, March 5th.Those who are selected to be recognized will be invited to the Annual Student Leadership Awards Reception, to be held on Thursday, April 26th from 4:15 pm-6:15 pm.

Here is the link to apply for the 2017-2018 Student Leadership Awards:  If you have any questions, please email Student Leadership Programs at

Undergraduate Student Speaker

An undergraduate student representative from the Class of 2018 will be asked to give greetings and a short address to those gathered for this year’s Undergraduate Ceremony. All seniors are invited to apply, provided they meet all the criteria. For more information, please contact Ivy Payne at (201) 684-7457 or via email at or visit the Commencement Website at: