Before you stuff yourself with dinner at Daly’s Dining Hall or Cranberry’s tonight, have you ever thought of what might be in the food? There’s a possibility your food might have b[...]
Last week marked the beginning of Recyclemania at Rider, an eight-week competition among colleges to determine who can recycle the most. The first week of the competition focused o[...]
Recycling has evolved into a nationwide practice, one encouraged through both education and laws. However, it has also evolved into a national competition between universities. Thi[...]
Chris Christie sat on live television the morning of Dec. 1, staring at Joe Scarborough as he was asked if he believed in climate change. The New Jersey governor, a supposedly educ[...]
“Climate change is a hoax”— this is an idea constantly under scrutiny. It’s currently being discussed at the Paris Climate Conference. It’s the notion that hundreds of protes[...]
Climate change doesn’t just affect certain areas and it doesn’t skip us college students — it affects all of humankind. Our altitude at Rider is about 95 feet, and over in Ewing, n[...]
With presidential elections forthcoming in 2016, a large number of politicized issues are being discussed frequently in conjunction with candidate campaigns. One of these is crucia[...]
The Rider community is quite the fashionable one. Walking around campus, you see all sorts of styles from business attire to comfy sweats. We all have our own style, but have you e[...]
The warmth of summer is fading into a new season here at Rider. The weather is starting to grow colder, and darkness is arriving earlier. All of this is fitting, as the end of this[...]
Looking around Rider, it’s hard to miss the recycling bins located all around campus. From Cranberry’s, to the academic buildings, it’s clear that our university cares. But what wo[...]
The United States recently had the privilege of welcoming Pope Francis as he visited Washington D.C., New York City, and Philadelphia. While in the U.S., the pope spoke on a variet[...]