By Kimberly Ortiz Rider’s production of A Doctor in Spite of Himself comes to the Bart Luedeke Center Theater on Oct. 29, promising laughs, love and fun. Originally written by Moli[...]
By Emily Klingman Students may have wondered why children were running and playing on the Campus Green last Friday morning, Oct. 24. At-risk preschoolers of Mill Hill Child and Fam[...]
By Emily Klingman Going from a small town to a big city is a scary leap for some. Such a drastic lifestyle change didn’t stop senior marketing major Kara Schwartz from spending a s[...]
By Will Gallagher Most students at Rider have many extracurricular activities and jobs that keep them busy long after classes end for the day. For Aaron Facher, sophomore popular m[...]
By Kimberly Leder For those of you familiar with the popular Fox/Netflix comedy Arrested Development, then the name Maeby Funkë won’t be a mystery to you. With her undeniable sass [...]
by Ariana Albarella Communication is an integral part of life. The ability to listen to and relay  information and emotion is a key component to human understanding. Dr. Jonathan M[...]
By Christopher Brooks Rider students duked it out on the online battlefield of League of Legends at the Strategic Gaming Club’s second tournament for the popular computer game on O[...]
By Kimberly Leder Their bio on Facebook is simple: Nice guys from New York trying to make the best music possible. And they just might be on to something. Cassandra Sun is composed[...]
By Esther Folaranmi Laughter, shock and awe filled the Cavalla room Oct. 18 as Robert Channing read the minds of a captivated audience. Many were skeptical, and that was to be expe[...]
By Alyssa Naimoli Alpha Psi Omega (APO) students and their audiences will be part of a developing work when “But I Will See You Again” is presented in Sweigart Auditorium Oct. 24. [...]
By Alyssa Naimoli When Dr. John Bochanski, a new member of Rider’s physics and astronomy department, was a child, his grandfather used to point out the different constellations to [...]