The Board of Trustees at Raritan Valley Community College on Tuesday approved a 2 percent annual salary increase for RVCC President Michael McDonough—the same increase as faculty in their contract on Jan 20—and gave him unanimous approval in his first President’s Evaluation since taking office June 2, 2014.
Unlike most other college students, Ashley Geffken Eddy finds solace not in downtime, but taking on tasks.
So when Eddy was inducted on March 14 as New Jersey State President of the Middle States Region for Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges, she immediately embraced the workload.
Mumford & Sons have with their third album, “Wilder Mind,” finally plugged in. Fellow folk rock musician Father John Misty once claimed Mumford & Sons to be the folk equivalent of Journey. While the band seems to have broken that notion, they’ve only replaced it with a heaping amount of pseudo alternative guitar and bland lyrics.
Raritan Valley Community College awarded associate degrees and certificates to approximately 1,100 graduates at its commencement, held on a rainy Saturday, May 16, on the soccer field.
More students graced the stage at this year’s Student Life Leadership Celebration than ever before–a sharp change from last year, when only one winner got up while other hard-working students watched from their seats.
Russell Barefoot, Director of Student Life, says this year’s stage is how it should have always looked.
Student Life and the Student Government Association (SGA) at Raritan Valley Community College hosted the Student Leadership Celebration May 13 in the Grand Conference Center.
The Raritan Valley Community College Faculty Federation sent an open letter Wednesday to Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, RVCC’s Commencement Speaker this Saturday, questioning the funding of public education and pensions.
Four years ago at Raritan Valley Community College, Richeleen Dashield, Dean of Multicultural Affairs, initiated a Kente Ceremony—the first of its kind among community colleges.
Across the main entrance of Raritan Valley Community College lies an open area that Sue Dorward, Sustainability Coordinator, has been battling on for years.