• MSA hosts Art Show

    The Muslim Students Association hosted an Art Show on November 28 in the Atrium Lounge. The Muslim Student Association members are close, constantly chatting and moving around each other. The members set up art pieces in the Atrium Lounge that celebrate personal expression, cultural connections, and political stances. A large ...
  • PTK Hosts Art Show

    Light streamed in from the windows in the cafeteria at Raritan Valley Community College early in the morning on Nov. 16, as The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) displayed and placed artworks for sale. The works were community-submitted, ranging in medium and style, under the theme “Beauty in The ...
  • From Pills to Heroin- A HOPE Club documentary

    Students gathered in a classroom on Raritan Valley Campus on October 24th to watch the documentary From Pills to Heroin, a movie about the effects and stories of ex-addicts and their families, to support the HOPE club and educate themselves about the dangers of drug abuse. "I want students to ...
  • Piscataway Nation Dance

    The Piscataway Native Singers and Dancers performed at Raritan Valley Community College on Wednesday, Nov. 8 in the Conference Center. The event was held to celebrate National Native American Heritage Month and to educate others of the history, culture and traditions of Native Americans. The Native dancers here come from ...
  • RVCC Hosts Open House

    High school students gathered earlier this week in the Raritan Valley Community College Atrium to learn about getting a fresh start to education, to get associate degrees of all kinds or a workforce education, starting with application and transferring in the fall. "As compared to other colleges, it is $5,214 ...