• 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 ...
  • Businesses Recruit New Members at RVCC Job Fair

    Members from more than forty businesses and organizations gathered in the RVCC gymnasium on Sept. 27, 2017 to recruit new members and interns. Some of the organizations included ShopRite, Wegmans, and Kobo.             “We manufacture raw materials that go into products, such as lipstick and sunscreen,” said Kiory Parker, a ...
  • New Beginnings

    On behalf of the Record staff, welcome to a new semester at Raritan Valley Community College. Please check back soon for new content and some exciting changes to The Record. Some of the articles you can look forward to are: ·       Update on the gender neutral bathrooms on campus ·       The ...
  • SGA: Election Results!

    Edward Malley: Alumni Representative About Me: For the past three years, I’ve been attending RVCC as a working student. My goal was to pay my way as I went without student loans, while also saving enough to transfer with minimal debt. As many students know all too well, attending classes part time ...
  • The Realest Will Wood Concert Had No Piano, An Interview

    Recently I conducted an interview with one of New Jersey’s most interesting and entertaining musical acts. I met Will Wood, the singing pianist at the helm of Will Wood and the Tapeworms, at his studio rehearsal space in Rockaway. For some time I've been aware of his music through others, ...
  • There is No Cure for “A Cure for Wellness”

    I went to see the much anticipated sci-fi thriller “A Cure For Wellness”.  And let me tell you - there’s nothing special to anticipate.  After having to sit through the mess that this movie was, I’m giving it a rating of 2/10.  The movie tells of a power-hungry young man ...
  • Last chance to run for an SGA Position for 2017-18!

    Dear Students, You will soon be voting campus-wide to choose your Student Government Association (SGA) officers and Senators for the 2017-18 academic year. SGA just decided to extend the application deadline to noon on Feb. 20. So if you are interested in getting more involved and running for a position ...
  • Safe Communities Coalition: Press Release

    Branchburg, NJ — Hunterdon Prevention Resources (HPR) and Safe Communities Coalition of Hunterdon / Somerset recently held their annual Conference “Our Communities’ Greatest Challenges” at Raritan Valley Community College to an audience of 150 professionals. The Professional Conference has been an annual tradition of HPR for over 15 years and the Safe ...
  • Bad Protest Music

    Let's be honest, most music is garbage. Yet of all the filth rotting away in the stinking heap, nothing stinks more than bad protest music. Which like music in general, is not only awful, but insultingly and obnoxiously bad. Until recently perhaps the most tasteless example of bad protest music ...
  • Student Life Holds Biannual Student Leadership Event

    In a world of confusion the prospect of a simple answer is hard to process. Believe there is good in the world, but more importantly be the good. That served as the springboard for the January 11th Student Leadership-Social Justice training. The goal of the meeting was to help raise ...
  • Randy Now Interview

    As a Holiday gift to all, I am presenting an interview I did with former promoter and current store owner Randy Now. Now owns and operates Randy Now's Man Cave (mancavenj.com) in Bordentown, NJ located on 134 Farnsworth Avenue. In our brief talk we discussed Ween, City Gardens, college radio ...