By Bethany-May Howard The Art Gallery’s featured artist, Aubrey J. Kauffman, uses light and geometry to give the common images in his photography a strong sense of power and import[...]
By Emily Klingman Looking to create even more successful students, Rider has invested in strengthening its popular music studies program. Timothy Brent, a visiting professor of mus[...]
By Emily Klingman and Paige Ewing Hundreds of Rider students will be standing up to cancer and showing their support for Relay for Life by walking laps in the Student Recreation Ce[...]
By Megan Lupo  S tudents with a variety of majors will present their original, diverse works related to gender or sexuality studies, along with a highly-anticipated keynote address[...]
By Jessica Hergert Every night the streets are filled with buses that whoosh by, taxis honking and people laughing. There are crowded bars packed with fans watching soccer games be[...]
By Jason Mount Rider’s Dance Program teamed up with the all-male dance company 10 Hairy Legs on March 4 to present a showcase about diversity in the dance community and breaking ge[...]
By Paige Ewing Inspired by the real-world application of her studies, one Rider student found a path for herself through an internship last summer. Senior Veronika Geiger came to t[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh The Bart Luedeke Center theater was quieter than usual, as Rider Dances prepared to rehearse for its collaboration with the all-male dance company, 10 Hairy [...]
By Paige Ewing Take a seat and grab some popcorn as the gangsters roll onto Rider University’s campus at the 2017 film symposium from March 2-3. The symposium,“Sure Deals” and “Off[...]
By Kimberly Ortiz During the weekend of Feb. 22, audiences caught the classic 1955 play “Inherit the Wind” at the Yvonne Theater. Directed by Professor of Theater Miriam Mills, the[...]
By Sierra McCoy Curly hair, straight hair, protective styles, scarves and bonnets were all discussed at a Black History Month event called “Fros and Beaus,” held in the Fireside Lo[...]