By Rena Carman Not many people can change the world, but many strive to, and do make a difference. Jennifer Lopez, a graduate student in the Applied Psychology Program, conducted a[...]
By Emily Klingman Bright colors and non-representational work will fill Rider’s Art Gallery through April 26, thanks to two senior art majors, Olivia Immordino and Louis Esposito. [...]
By Tara DeLorenzo Audiences will fall in “Burning Love” with Rider’s spring musical, All Shook Up, which will be taking over the Bart Luedeke Center Theater, “Blue Suede Shoes” and[...]
By Darin Earl Ambiguous, color-splashed posters marked “The Beast is in Town, May 1” have popped up on Rider’s campus and “the beast” has been unleashed once more. On the last day [...]
By Caroline Forde A spine-tingling story left audiences in awe at Rider’s production of Alejandro Sieveking’s play The Praying Mantis, which took over the Yvonne Theater April 8-12[...]
By Danielle Gittleman Fireworks, food trucks and a day full of fun are just a few things that students can expect to enjoy on this year’s University Day. In honor of Rider’s 150th [...]
By Thomas Regan The lights are left on in the house of Rider University’s sustainability pioneer — a common environmental neglect that would be brought up during her “green confess[...]
By Tara DeLorenzo The Rider Dance Team will step away from the basketball court and break away from its comfort zone to show off its individuality with its spring show, “Express Yo[...]
By Emily Klingman Frozen fever was found at the final presentations of the Animation Symposium on April 9. After a presentation on autism and animation, Brianna Gallagher, senior c[...]
By Christopher Brooks From winning the U.K. National Solo Champion music award in 1979, to being a recorded and published composer, Dr. Stephen Allen has achieved great heights in [...]
By Samantha Brandbergh A sinister combination of horror and comedy is promised in Westminster College of the Arts’ (WCA) regional premiere of The Praying Mantis. Written by Alejand[...]