By Gianluca D’Elia Joy, love and glorious music filled the room at Abyssinian Baptist Church, New York’s first African-American church, when the Westminster Jubilee Singers sang in[...]
By Rena Carman Nathan Hurwitz’s vision for A Little Night Music, presented Feb. 24-28, brought out the essential theme of redemption. The musical was adapted from Ingmar Bergman’s [...]
By Samantha Reed Theatergoers can expect to be waltzed through time to the end of the 19th century this week, as Rider presents its first musical of the spring semester, A Little N[...]
By Emily Klingman Brushing shoulders with filmmakers and going to movie premieres was just the start of the things for one Rider film student at the Santa Barbara International Fil[...]
By Thomas Albano Director Spike Lee is regarded as trailblazing — and notorious. Controversy has followed him, through his films and documentaries, through his comments on newswort[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh Intergalactic bounty hunters, disguises and alien parasites may seem out of the ordinary to most. But for Rider alumna Melanie Licata, ’11, this has been her[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh “Can I take a picture of your feet?” comedian Todd Barry asked a student sitting in the second row at his show on Feb. 13. “This is something amazing I[...]
By Megan Lupo Harmonious tones filled the competition stage, as Rider’s a cappella groups showcased their performing talent at Stockton’s ICCA Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinals on Feb. 6.[...]
By Emily Klingman The stage was set with small romantic Italian-style tables for two on the sides, band in the center and it was time to begin. Red Carpet! Music and the Movies, th[...]
By Emily Klingman If a quote from Cobbler: A Recipe in 45 Scenes had to summarize the brother and sister relationship found within it, there is only one that fits: “You suck,” says[...]
By Kimberly Ortiz Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues returned to Rider University for two performances on Feb. 1 and Feb. 3, featuring the talents of both students and staff member[...]