Location:The Robert A. Scott Student Center, second floor, Room SC-218, Email: email@example.com
The Ramapo News is the student-run publication of Ramapo College presenting news, features and items of interest to the College community. Students participating in the production of the campus newspaper gain experience and insight into all phases of print journalism, and may contribute in a variety of specific functions including reporting, editing, photography, editorial writing, management, marketing, and graphic design. Involved students enjoy opportunities to strengthen their communication skills.
Location: The Robert A. Scott Student Center, second floor, Room SC-216
WRPR-FM (90.3), the official, non-commercial radio station licensed to Ramapo College, is operated by the student Ramapo Broadcasting Club under professional supervision and serves as an academic broadcast-training facility in conjunction with communications course work. Students originate a range of program offering broadcasts to the campus and to the surrounding towns. Membership is open to all students in good academic standing. Those participating in station operation not only gain experience in the technical and production aspects of the medium, but also become familiar with broadcast standards and media ethics.
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RCTV is the official television station of Ramapo college, broadcasting via closed-circuit to every residence hall, apartment and academic building on campus. Found on Channel 69, RCTV’s regularly scheduled programming consists of club-produced shows, student works, and vital updates from campus organizations. Whether you’re a writer, director, actor or just someone who is interested in working on a production, students of all majors and concentrations are encouraged to join the club. The station also hosts fun events and film challenges each semester, in which everyone is welcome to participate.
Trillium is Ramapo College’ s Literary Magazine. Since the early 1970′ s, Trillium has featured the poetry, fiction, photography, and other visual arts of Ramapo College students. The magazine is edited by students in the Magazine Workshop class, but the content is contributed by students from across the college. The magazine is published every spring and is available free of charge all year round.