Ever have a really exotic car or loud truck race by that causes you to turn around so fast, you almost break your neck just to catch a quick look? Ever consider customizing your own vehicle so it does the same to others?
Ahh October. With a month into classes, the temperature is dropping, leaves are changing colors and the pumpkin spice latte is officially back! So now that it is officially fall, the “January of Fashion” for us fashionistas is here. Time to put away the shorts and flip-flops and break out the flannels and scarves!
By Christian Rosario / Staff Writer and Sophia Dibartolomeo / Staff Photographer
Raritan Valley Community College’s Student Life, First Year Experience Committee, Weeks of Welcome Committee and Student Government Association hosted Club Recruitment/ Convocation Day in the school’s courtyard on Sept. 23. Student clubs and organizations recruited members through promotional tables and President Michael McDonough spoke as the keynote speaker.
This article is a student response to a piece at “The Art Faculty Exhibition” in Raritan Valley Community College’s Art Gallery.
Christopher Koep’s Statement on “Beneath the Narrative”
“Throughout the last year I have made a purposeful endeavor to explore the footprint or shadow of the narrative. Never wanting to make a drawing that spoke of a story or reference to what we see on the surface, I found an ephemeral transitory stage of cognitive. A suggestion to our world might exist within each drawing but yet it cannot be placed, because we are confronted with a completed duality as the drawings produce evidence of my gesture and the materials of art making.”
Cynthia Teeters’ response to “Beneath the Narrative”
Raritan Valley Community College’s “Art Faculty Exhibition” is currently showcasing work from members of the art department. Last Friday I attended the exhibition’s opening reception and heard the artists’ talks, including Christopher Koep’s discussion of capturing his energy and emotion through art.
Raritan Valley Community College’s Men’s and Women’s Soccer will face Camden County Community College in a double header on Saturday, Sept. 25 at home. Camden County Men’s Soccer is ranked number one in the region and number three in the nation. The Women’s Soccer will play at 11:00 a.m and the Men’s Soccer at 1:00 p.m.
Raritan Valley Community College’s Student Life Activities and Planning (SLAP) Board, formerly Program Board, hosted the “Fall 2014 Welcome Back Picnic/RVCC Spirit Day” with the assistance of the Student Life Office on Tuesday, September 16 in the school’s courtyard. Student organizations and clubs recruited members at promotional tables, and The Golden Lion’s Club Sponsors and RVCC Student Services Departments promoted their services.