Incredible New Scholarships Available at Ramapo!

Article by SupermanThatPo February 7, 2012

Ramapo College offers a variety of scholarship and financial aid opportunities to its entering, undergraduate and graduate students. In an effort to continue pushing boundaries, Ramapo will now feature five new exciting annual scholarships, tailored to the needs of the students.   The Hoboken Visitational Scholarship, $500 -age 21 or older -wish to complete experiential... MORE »

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Article by Brian W
February 24, 2011


There is an awesome completely free events service at Cornell called omgFreeFood ( On this site you can see all the events happening in and around Cornell in a clean, filterable, and search-able fashion. Find any event offering free food with the click of a button! There is even a calendar view. You can also... MORE »

Article by maxmartinez
March 19, 2012

Student Suspended For Attending Too Many Classes

Do you often feel overwhelmed because you are taking too many credits? Do you just go to other classes to just acquire more knowledge? No, I’m pretty sure you and I both don’t. That isn’t the case with junior Megan Kim of the engineering school, who was suspended from Cornell for attending too many classes... MORE »

Article by fremama
January 24, 2012

Letters to My College Self: Navigating the sea of awkward that is your co-ed dorm

Dear CollegeMags, Oh hey, boo. You know, “boo’ becomes a big thing in the future. You should start using it now so you’re like a trendsetter or something. It ranks pretty high on the list of greatest terms of endearment mainly because it’s so versatile. Friends, lovers, and professors all love to be called “boo.’... MORE »

Article by Kevin Slack
November 16, 2011

South Campus Bus Directly Behind Other South Campus Bus Contemplates Sheer Pointlessness of Existence

Centro Bus #6793 on Route 344 South Campus suddenly slammed on its brakes late Tuesday night, causing bumper to bumper gridlock as the bus worked through what appeared to be a mid-life crisis.  “I’ve been following this other bus, 6798, since five o’clock this afternoon. I’ve been right behind him every day at that time,... MORE »

Article by Kevin Cardoni
March 19, 2012

How to Handle Spring Break

  It’s the last day of midterms here at SU, which means that most of the students’ supplies of fucks to be given has run dangerously low. If you’re like me, (and, well, you’re not, but let’s pretend you are anyways,) you’ve come out strong into midterms only to find yourself struggling to coast into... MORE »

Article by Alex Rosenthal
November 27, 2010

Extended Family’s Terrible Jokes Drive Teenager to State of Madness Over Thanksgiving Dinner

Freshman Sean Clark recently checked into a mental institution this November break, presumably driven to an irreversible state of insanity in response to his extended family’s fruitless attempts at humor throughout their Thanksgiving dinner party at Aunt Tilly’s. Sean’s seemingly impossible family tree includes obscene amounts of aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents, and significant others. The... MORE »

Article by Piliour
March 16, 2011

Business Capping Course Eliminated

Due to an unprecedented number of complaints, the capping course has been removed from the requirements for business majors. Surveys indicate that 94% of business majors felt that the capping course was “too much work.” The course, in which students analyze a company and then write a paper about their findings, was deemed “far too... MORE »