Entertainment

Body builders, Bond and Beyoncé: Hypnotist Tim Miller leaves audience spellbound

By Jessica Hergert Hypnotist Tim Miller used trigger words, sounds and songs to transform volunteers into the toughest body builders, a paranoid James Bond and…

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R Factor brings new judge, streaming feature to auditions

By Lauren Cavazzini and Samantha Brandbergh The 2016 best campus tradition plans on stepping up its production to maintain, or even increase, the show’s mass…

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Immigrant students react to DACA repeal

By Willow Westervelt, Samantha Brandbergh and Chase Dudek  For U.S. citizens, being suddenly stripped of their sense of belonging in a place they call home…

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Superheroes on wheels: Alum bikes across the county for cancer research

By Paige Ewing Determined to raise money and awareness for cancer research, a Rider alum and his two friends took on the challenge of biking…

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Senior describes eclipse viewing as a “once-in-a-lifetime” experience

By Willow Westervelt Aug. 21 marked the first solar eclipse to travel coast to coast in the United States since 1918. Senior psychology major Hanna…

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Small acts lead to big improvement in Peruvian school

By Samantha Brandbergh In a Peruvian city, something as simple as a locker is viewed as a luxury. This past May, five Rider students kicked…

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Here comes the stampede: Rider welcomes historically large freshman class

By Megan Lupo In the midst of changes and renovations for the new school year, the freshmen have begun to make their presence known as…

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Professor breaks barriers in the comic book world

By Paige Ewing  The world is becoming more open to those with differences, and Sheena Howard’s new comic book “Superb” is no different. Howard, associate…

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Bust a move: New dance studio offers growth for students

By Jessica Hergert Sprung floors, high ceilings, ballet barres and new teaching technology are just a few of the features in an advanced dance studio…

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Student opens up about high-profile internships

By Mary-Lyn Buckley Reflecting back on my three years at Rider, I’ve definitely been lucky. My two most recent internship opportunities with WABC-TV and WNYW…

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Westminster Choir bring coal mining culture to the stage with ‘Anthracite Fields’

The Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can All-Stars, a New York-based classical musical organization, performed Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning composition “Anthracite Fields” in the…

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