By Esther Folaranmi In the spirit of the holiday, Alpha Psi Omega (APO) has decided to dedicate its second annual benefit fundraiser show, Thankful, to giving back to others. “[The[...]
By Emily Klingman For World AIDS Day, Rider honored the cause on Nov. 18 by presenting its own AIDS awareness quilt. The quilt, which was created in 2004, featured patches and pane[...]
By Alyssa Naimoli Three Rider students brought their own ethnic recipes to Daly’s Dining Hall as they competed in “The Rider Student Top Chef: International Buffet World Championsh[...]
By Tara DeLorenzo Students can join Rider University Musical Theater in its preparation for the zombie apocalypse as its workshop production of the new musical ZM takes the Yvonne [...]
By Sarah Bergen Featuring overweight children and sweet treats, this month’s green film covers a topic that many may not associate with sustainability. Fed Up explores America’s fo[...]
By Alyssa Naimoli The first chapter of The Glass Castle introduces the chilling, inspiring story of Jeannette Walls. Riding in a limousine after leaving her Park Avenue apartment t[...]
By Emily Klingman Bright, bold colors currently fill the art gallery in an exhibit featuring work from artist Bill White’s career. With a collection of pieces spanning his life as [...]
By Kimberly Leder For junior arts administration major, Ariana Albarella, music was as normal to her upbringing as learning how to walk. But instead of idolizing a boy band or pop [...]
By Kimberly Leder At 14, singing went from a childhood hobby to a young adult dream for sophomore journalism major Alexis Schulz. “I became a professional musician at the age of 14[...]
By Ariana Albarella Music plays a large role in the life of junior history major Nick Santangelo. Since he was young, he was been surrounding himself with the art form. “Since I ca[...]
By Ariana Albarella Robert Burger, adjunct instructor of publication design and 3D animation, takes his creativity to another universe through his musical expression. “Through the [...]