Stressed about registering for classes and choosing a minor? Consider a sustainability minor. With the increasing awareness of climate change and the need for renewable resources, [...]
Leaves are finally falling off of the trees, people are acting strangely and there are scary things on the news all day — not only is it election season, it’s almost Halloween. In [...]
At Rider and Westminster, we don’t realize how lucky we are. Our showers are always running with water. There is always a water fountain so we can stop and have a drink. Water is a[...]
This past month, a huge milestone set climate change precedents, threatening the future of our planet. The global accumulation of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere crossed the 400 p[...]
They buzz across campus, flying into our hair or our lunch. They terrorize students and faculty alike, inciting screaming or cursing when they get close. We all know them. We all f[...]
This Thursday, the Eco Reps will be in the SRC Atrium from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., hoping to talk about an important issue that is decorating headlines but maybe flew over the hea[...]
Power Shift is a national climate justice conference hosted by the Power Shift Network aimed at inspiring, teaching and building momentum among communities of climate activists. Wh[...]
Students who went on the January 2016 trip to Belize appreciated the opportunity to be exposed to the travel and instructive setting. Snorkeling, hiking the terrain of multiple isl[...]
By Carlos Toro The softball team split a home conference series against Manhattan on April 16, keeping the team in contention for a MAAC Tournament spot. After the series split, th[...]
It’s late April and raindrops patter off the pavement as students rush in and out of Cranberry’s. A student runs by and tosses her trash, all of it, into the garbage bin. I want to[...]
Things college students often worry about: GPAs, exams, jobs, social lives… College students’ minds are always a buzz with concerns. Something college students should worry a[...]