In Fall 2014, the Reflection Room was conceived by a group of students at Raritan Valley Community College who saw the need for a safe haven from the turmoil of college life.
Time Magazine Person of the Year Katie Meyler heard warnings that “nothing good ever comes out of West Point” when she first arrived in Liberia. But, as a self-described rebel, she explored it any way.
Student lifeguards Scott Jordan and Catherine Espinal saved the life of senior citizen Thurston Hughes after he had passed out on RVCC’s pool deck. The Branchburg Township Police Department will honor the students with a Civilian Life Saving Award at a ceremony in April.
Seeing that this semester is coming to an end, it is your responsibility as a student to elect your Student Government Association (SGA) officers for next year! Why is this so important? Why should you care?
Guys, have you ever looked at a girl and thought, “Oh, her caked on foundation is so sexy!” No!
Instead of covering up your problem, try fixing it. This was a big problem I saw in 2014. Makeup used to cover up imperfections exacerbates the problem by clogging pores and causing breakouts. How often do you wash your brushes? How old is your makeup? Is it appropriate for your skin type?
Complexity, creativity and commercial success are hard to find together in popular music. However, with “To Pimp A Butterfly” not only does Compton born rapper Kendrick Lamar make a complex, creative, commercial success; he makes a true concept album.
In recognition for their service work, 20 members of the Rotaract Club at Raritan Valley Community College were inducted as Global Rotaract Members on Thursday, Feb. 19.
The Gymnasium at Raritan Valley Community College is closed until mid-July while it undergoes its largest renovations since its construction in 1975.
Whiffle balls rolled, the crowd cheered and the competitors were some of the toughest in the state. But this competition, held February 15 in the Raritan Valley Community College gymnasium, was different from others hosted there: the competitors were not human.
The Raritan Valley Community College Art Gallery presented exhibit Iceland Inspired Friday Feb. 20. On hand to give artists talks on their work were Jonathan Ricci and Anne Hughes, representing the Zia Gallery. Anne also spoke about work from the two other represented artists, landscape photographers Tom Krist and John Vlahakis. Each of the four artists has recently spent recent time in Iceland, taking special inspiration from the land’s unique ecology and geology.