By Aishwarya Gondhi / Staff Writer and Christian Rosario / Editor-in-Chief
An innocent man waits just outside the door. Inside the room, an all-powerful group debates what made-up crime they will accuse him of committing. Then they bring him in. Two cops interrogate the “criminal” and hint at his crime. After a few minutes, the group stops the interrogation and asks the man to guess the crime.
“My name is Barry Allen, and I’m the fastest man alive.”
The CW is known for releasing programs that either become a fan favorite (Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries), or get cancelled (The Tomorrow People, The Carrie Diaries). Arrow, whose main character is the superhero Green Arrow, has joined the category of fan favorites, and now The CW is launching a spin-off featuring Flash.
Marmalade: not just a sugary and delicious fruit spread eaten with morning tea, but also a 35-minute traveling Swedish sensory show for children ages two and up. The Theatre at Raritan Valley Community College hosted this show Sunday Oct. 26 and Monday Oct. 27 as the first offering this year in its three show series, TinyTots.
This article is the fifth in an eight part series on Raritan Valley Community College’s Student Government Association.
To some people, magic, like politics, is a practiced way of fooling people, creating and sustaining an illusion before a person’s very eyes. But Conrad Colon, Executive Vice President of the Student Government Association (SGA) and avid magician, has a different view.
Student and local talent will perform at Raritan Valley Community College’s “Speakeasy-Open Mic Night Event” this Wednesday 5:30-8:30 p.m. in the Atrium Lounge. The event is free, open to the public and presented by Student Life Activities & Planning (SLAP) Board and The Record.
By Jason Ferrera / Staff Writer and Christian Rosario / Editor-In-Chief
Environmental sustainability has become a priority in recent years at Raritan Valley Community College, and this Thursday’s Campus Sustainability Day Fair will explain, as well as continue, much of that trend.
By Dan Schwab / Staff Writer and Christian Rosario / Editor-In-Chief
Raritan Valley Community College will break ground on a 22,000-square-foot expansion to the Christine Todd Whitman Science Center Tuesday, Oct. 21. The school plans to complete construction by January 2016, with a final cost at $9.5 million.