Senior Spotlight: Stephanie Goodrich

Every month, the Ramapo faculty nominates exemplary senior students for the Senior Spotlight award. The special senior wins a designated parking spot in the visitor’s lot near the front entrance. For January’s Senior Spotlight, the Ramapo community selected senior Stephanie Goodrich. Congratulations Steph – you deserve it! Ramapo senior Stephanie says, “I’m really honored and humbled to be selected by my teachers as January’s Senior … Continue reading Senior Spotlight: Stephanie Goodrich

DECA: The Club that Means Business

Are you ready for your future? Well, what was once known as the “Distributive Education Club of America” and now, simply referred to as “DECA”, has been helping students answer this question in the affirmative for over 70 years. This club had made it its business to prepare both high school and college students to become entrepreneurs and successful leaders in the business world, as … Continue reading DECA: The Club that Means Business

A Different Type of Fire in California: Thousand Oaks Shooting

Just last year, almost 60 people were killed by one of the worst shootings in America at a country music festival in Las Vegas. Since the Vegas massacre, the survivors have come together, often celebrating their life at Borderline Bar & Grill, a popular hangout for country music fans located in Thousand Oaks, California. College students of age frequently met up at the Borderline – … Continue reading A Different Type of Fire in California: Thousand Oaks Shooting

Midterm Results in New Jersey

On Tuesday, November 6th, the midterm elections were held in the United States. For New Jersey, despite the scandal rumors, the Democratic candidate Robert Menendez defeated Republican Bob Hugin in the race for Senate by a 10% margin. This does not come as a shocker though, for New Jersey has not elected a Republican senator in more than 40 years. People also voted for representatives … Continue reading Midterm Results in New Jersey

Gold Masque’s Peter/Wendy

On Saturday November 17th, Gold Masque presented their play, Peter/Wendy, a twist on the classic Peter Pan. Not only was Gold Masque able to put on another fulllength performance, but they also conquered a storm (literally) and still kept high spirits. As the audience walked into the auditorium, there were little notes that lined the entrance filled with seemingly everyday things that we take for … Continue reading Gold Masque’s Peter/Wendy

Eleven Killed in Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

The 11 victims of the “Tree of Life” synagogue shooting (Photo courtesy of CNN). On October 27th, Robert Bowers, an armed gunman opened fire on Pittsburgh’s “Tree of Life” synagogue. He proceeded to kill 11 Jewish worshipers and injure six other individuals, four of whom were police officers. Those who perished include Bernice and Sylvan Simon, David and Cecil Rosenthal, Jerry Rabinowitz, Rose Mallinger, Melvin … Continue reading Eleven Killed in Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting