Entertainment

Bust a move: New dance studio offers growth for students

By Jessica Hergert Sprung floors, high ceilings, ballet barres and new teaching technology are just a few of the features in an advanced dance studio…

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Student opens up about high-profile internships

By Mary-Lyn Buckley Reflecting back on my three years at Rider, I’ve definitely been lucky. My two most recent internship opportunities with WABC-TV and WNYW…

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Westminster Choir bring coal mining culture to the stage with ‘Anthracite Fields’

The Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can All-Stars, a New York-based classical musical organization, performed Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning composition “Anthracite Fields” in the…

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An infusion of colorful creativity to be released

By Jason Mount It’s time to get your glow on with Rider’s annual ArtBeast on April 28 from 3 p.m. to midnight. This year’s theme…

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The Westminster Players have a ‘good thing going’

By Megan Lupo From the moment the first notes played, the orchestra jolted the packed crowd upright with their instrumentals for The Westminster Players’ performance…

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Shakespeare is reimagined in role-revering adaptation of “The Tempest”

By Bethany-May Howard Rider University’s theater ensemble anticipates that its adaptation of the classic Shakespearean play “The Tempest” will take its audiences by storm in…

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Second annual Rock Fest ignites a celebration filled with music, food and fire

By Paige Ewing Students zipped into Rider’s second annual Rock Fest on April 21. With tons of food, a live band, a zip line and…

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A decade of storytelling: A showcase celebration

By Bethany-May Howard The Rider University Dance Ensemble (RDE) will celebrate its 10th anniversary in the Bart Luedeke Center Theater (BLC) with “A Decade of…

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Carefully crafted, ‘complex’ production preaches passion and dedication

By Jason Mount The Westminster Players are ready to explore the transition of the stage to the screen in their upcoming performance of “Merrily We…

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50 shades of green: The landscape of Ireland

By Jessica Hergert Last week, I got into a cab and met a woman whose love for her country was equally as beautiful as the…

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Young candidate finds aims to empower families

By Gianluca D’Elia The average age of a New Jersey assemblyperson is 54, and there are only 10 millennials within the 80-member legislative body, according…

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