• PTK hosts Taking Care of Yourself through Fitness and Wellness

    Phi Theta Kappa hosted an event on Food and Nutrition on December 5 in the West building which discussed topics of food, nutrition, and physical exercise.   The event started off with a game of Kahoot where all participants were quizzed on terms of health and nutrition. Many people did ...
  • What A Doctor Would Prescribe For Medical School

    If one is thinking of attending medical school, they might want to think twice about the grueling journey to becoming a doctor. RVCC’s Pre-med club hosted an event on Tuesday, November 28th, in which a trained medical professional came in to talk to students about college, medical school, studying and ...
  • HBCU College Fair (Tambien en espanol)

    The Raritan Valley Community College Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted The 19th Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities College Fair on November 16 in the Theater, GYM and Conference center of Raritan Valley Community College to introduce minority students to higher education opportunities. Hundreds of students from 32 high ...
  • Cru Hosts Game Night

    The members of Cru hosted a Game Night Nov. 16 in the Conference Center in order to give everyone a way to have some fun and meet new people. There were approximately 40 people gathered in the conference center to play an assortment of games. These games included, Things, Spoons, ...
  • Breaking Barriers at RVCC (Tambien en Espanol)

    The Safe Communities Coalition of Hunterdon/Somerset and Prevention Resources, Inc. held a professional conference called "Breaking Barriers to Succeed" on Oct. 25 at Raritan Valley Community College. With more than 200 attendees and sponsorship by multiple behavioral, health and addiction treatment centers from the Hunterdon and Somerset communities, the conference ...
  • 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 ...
  • TWLOHA Hosts Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

    The members of To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA) hosted their annual Thanksgiving potluck dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the Atrium Lounge.             “I would hope people get a good sense of community out of it,” said TWLOHA Vice President of Social Media Rachel Kerbrat, who organized the ...
  • Scholarship Seminar

      PTK and the Advising and Counseling office offered a scholarship seminar on November 7, near the conference center to talk to students interested in applying for scholarships. I’m a student at RVCC and attended the scholarship seminar. The seminar had a turnout of about roughly 20 to 25 students, ...
  • 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 ...
  • PTK to Complete Honors in Action Project

    Community college, often mistaken for a pit-stop in the education career journey, has much more “college experience” to offer than one may think. The experience factor is advertised by large, four-year schools who have larger budgets, but community college has emerged as the “diamond in the rough,” in terms of ...