By Tara DeLorenzo For what seems like the first time in forever, Rider brings an outdoor movie to the Residential Quad on Sept. 19 with a showing of Disney’s award-winning animated[...]
By Sarah Bergen The first green film of the semester, Plastic Paradise, shows Rider students that while plastic may infiltrate every aspect of our lives, it also poses an enormous [...]
By Caroline Forde Houseguests on the CBS reality show “Big Brother” are told to live by one rule: Expect the unexpected. Rider students, too, can expect the unexpected when “Big Br[...]
By Danielle Gitteman It seems as if every time you change radio stations, “Rude” by the band MAGIC! is playing. There’s no denying that “Rude” is one of the hits of the summer. The[...]
By Jessica Vento The famous French artist Henri Matisse once said, “Creativity takes courage.” Such creativity is present at the annual Student Art Exhibition which will be open fo[...]
  By Tara DeLorenzo What happens when you’ve gotten everything you could ever dream of — and success becomes hollow because there’s no one left to share it with? Merrily We Ro[...]
By Rena Carmen The Rider Dance Ensemble (RDE) will be closing out the spring semester with RDE Presents: Wherever You Will Go. The show will open in the Yvonne Theater on May 2 at [...]
By Danielle Gittleman Some Rider students have a passion for dance, and, consequently, never stop dancing. For the first time, Rider held an Emerging Choreographers competition to [...]
By Jessica Vento Walking into the Senior Honors Thesis Art Exhibit, one gets an immediate sense of the amount of time, effort and creativity that visual arts and psychology major D[...]
The Rider News (TRN) collaborated with the Eco-Reps and sat down with Tim DeChristopher prior his lecture in the Bart Luedeke Center Theater on April 22 to discuss sustainability a[...]
By Caroline Forde Audiences will feel they are literally turning back the clock when Westminster College of the Arts performs Merrily We Roll Along from April 23-27 in the Yvonne T[...]