The Evelyn S. Field Library at Raritan Valley Community College offers more than just books. You can also take out DVDs with a valid RVCC ID.
Having to commute back and forth to school can be a bore. Beat that boring car ride by checking out some of the new audiobooks at the Evelyn S. Field Library at Raritan Valley Community College with a valid RVCC ID.
Yes, it is here; that time of year when you wonder if you would ever feel the warm rays of the sun again. It is winter everyone and a crazy one at that. It is time to embrace the heavy fabrics. Staying cute and warm at the same time is a challenge, but with a little tweaking here and there, we can stay warm while looking fashion-conscious.
The Raritan Valley Community College Board of Trustees approved a faculty contract—which the faculty and Board of Trustees have been negotiating since February 2014—at the Board of Trustees meeting on Jan. 20 in a non-unanimous decision.
The 2014-2015 Student Government at Raritan Valley Community College has voted to promote two officers and induct two senators for the spring semester.
The Evelyn S. Field Library at Raritan Valley Community College offers more than just books. You can also check out DVDs with a valid RVCC ID.
The Student Nurses Association (SNA) at Raritan Valley Community College held a gift wrapping fundraiser and toy drive Dec. 20 at Factory Fuel Co. coffee house in Flemington, NJ.
Carl Lindskoog, a history professor at Raritan Valley Community College, stood with 25 other protestors in the middle of RVCC’s courtyard on the cold afternoon of Dec. 11. Behind him were two banners that read “#WeCantBreathe” and “Stop Police Brutality”—references to the grand jury decision not to indict an NYPD officer in the killing of Eric Garner.
Jeffery Petron / Staff Writer
Although Neil Young still has his voice (unlike some of his peers in their later work) and is highly emotive on his newest album, “Storytone,” I’m just not sure the writing is up to his previous standards.
By Thamara Lamarre / Skin Care Columnist
The holidays are fast approaching and while many of us are mentally shopping, some of us have actually made some purchases. I find myself running into the same road block every year: “What to get mom?” Some make up? Bleh. A scarf? Boring! Jewelry? Not on this college student budget! Plus, why give her anything if it will end up in the holiday gift graveyard? This year, consider something she could actually use. Everyone loves a day off and very often mom is the last person to get one. So why not give her one? Consider a spa day!