Over 200 teenagers—many of whom find prom too expensive—took home prom dresses and accessories at the “Sisters in Training for Life Prom Dress Giveaway” April 15 and 16 at Franklin High School.
Student clubs and organizations presented monthly reports and Student Government Association (SGA) discussed new budget rules at the final general assembly for the year on April 21 in the Bateman Center.
The Visual & Performing Arts (VAPA) Department at Raritan Valley Community College presented “Wonderful Time,” a play by Jonathan Marc Sherman on April 22 and 23 at 8 p.m. in the Welpe Theatre.
Age and icy weather are wearing facilities at Raritan Valley Community College, creating problems commuters hit daily.
It’s always sad to see a talented band release a bland album. Although Modest Mouse has released many great singles throughout their career, they’ve never depended on them for popularity. Unfortunately with their latest release, “Strangers To Ourselves,” they have become exactly that: a singles-band.
Few musicians have dipped into as many genres as the almost 40-year-old Sufjan Stevens has. But not even Stevens himself has come close to this area of darkness before.
Raritan Valley Community College plans to spend about $2 million to improve technology on campus. The spending started this academic year and will continue through next year.
Students at Raritan Valley Community College have mixed opinions about the switch from Gmail to Microsoft Office, which took place at the start of the academic year.
If the name “Vagina Warriors” does not catch your attention, their performance certainly will.
Their first public appearance—a flash mob at the Raritan Valley Community College Cafeteria on the afternoon of Thursday, March 26—caused the crowd to whistle, howl and ask who these women are.
In an effort to assist Franklin High School students with the high cost of attending their school prom, EmPoWER Family Success Center is holding its 2015 Prom Dress Drive. New and gently used prom dresses, costume jewelry, purses, shoes and new cosmetics may be dropped off at Raritan Valley Community College’s Office of Student Life, located in the Bateman Center.