By Jessica Vento The famous French artist Henri Matisse once said, “Creativity takes courage.” Such creativity is present at the annual Student Art Exhibition which will be open fo[...]
  By Tara DeLorenzo What happens when you’ve gotten everything you could ever dream of — and success becomes hollow because there’s no one left to share it with? Merrily We Ro[...]
By Rena Carmen The Rider Dance Ensemble (RDE) will be closing out the spring semester with RDE Presents: Wherever You Will Go. The show will open in the Yvonne Theater on May 2 at [...]
By Danielle Gittleman Some Rider students have a passion for dance, and, consequently, never stop dancing. For the first time, Rider held an Emerging Choreographers competition to [...]
By Jessica Vento Walking into the Senior Honors Thesis Art Exhibit, one gets an immediate sense of the amount of time, effort and creativity that visual arts and psychology major D[...]
The Rider News (TRN) collaborated with the Eco-Reps and sat down with Tim DeChristopher prior his lecture in the Bart Luedeke Center Theater on April 22 to discuss sustainability a[...]
By Caroline Forde Audiences will feel they are literally turning back the clock when Westminster College of the Arts performs Merrily We Roll Along from April 23-27 in the Yvonne T[...]
By Sarah Bergen The last green film of the spring semester, Bidder 70, showed Rider students that even an everyday college student can promote positive change. The documentary, sho[...]
By Tara DeLorenzo There’s an ugly side to pretty, according to Rider University School of Fine and Performing Arts’ rendition of Reasons to be Pretty, which took the Bart Luedeke C[...]
By Emily Klingman The Rider Dance Team brought a slice of the Big Apple into the Yvonne Theater on April 4 and 5 with its final performance of the semester, Bright Lights, Big City[...]
By Kimberly Ortiz Four young friends and lovers who become dissatisfied with each other and their lives are the focus of. Reasons to be Pretty, the contemporary American play by Ne[...]