Entertainment

Theatrical courtroom tension transends time

By Kimberly Ortiz During the weekend of Feb. 22, audiences caught the classic 1955 play “Inherit the Wind” at the Yvonne Theater. Directed by Professor…

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Panelists tackle topics of female confidence, natural hair

By Sierra McCoy Curly hair, straight hair, protective styles, scarves and bonnets were all discussed at a Black History Month event called “Fros and Beaus,”…

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Activist group takes a stand for democracy

By Megan Lupo The co-founders of Stand and Take Action Now for Democracy (STAND) Central New Jersey, Karen Haskin and Joy Ann Lo, informed Professor…

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As political debates evolve, classic play comes to Yvonne Theater

By Jason Mount Science and faith will battle it out in Rider’s interpretation of Inherit the Wind, a Tony-award winning drama based on a true…

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Festival brings life to American compositions

By Samantha Brandbergh Westminster Choir College’s annual Art Song Festival will bring “edgy” and “jarring” works by American composers, performed by students, to the Bristol…

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The Vagina Monologues: Stories from down under

By Paige Ewing Call it a coochie, a flapper, a cooter, or simply a vagina. Any way you say it, these names evoke feelings from…

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Rider students get star struck with trip to film festival

By Emily Klingman Two Rider students rubbed elbows with stars and networked with industry professionals at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) earlier this…

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Men perform in drag to raise money for cancer research

By Gianluca D’Elia  For those wondering who they might become if they dressed in drag, five queens decided to find out for themselves. At a…

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Musical ‘explosion’ inspires amazement

By Jason Mount Big hair and keytars made a comeback at “Eighties Explosion,” Rider’s spring musical theater cabaret, directed by Franklin Trapp and musically directed…

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Broncs share memories, warmth at fire pit

By Paige Ewing Students now have a place to warm up on cold winter days or chilly spring nights. On Feb. 11, Rider officially unveiled…

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A Bronc abroad: my first few weeks in Dublin

By Jessica Hergert I have always been enamored with the idea of traveling the world. I suppose the wanderlust I have is typical for millennials, but…

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