By Nicole Cortese Q: Why did you decide to make Rider your only college campus stop on your tour? A: Well I’m happy that I did, above anything, because you all have the best energy[...]
By J’na Jefferson The Student Entertainment Council (SEC) took the campus by surprise with the announcement of the acts for the fall concert, a unique combination of an R&[...]
By Jessica Vento “Contrast” fills Rider’s Art Gallery with an exhibit of drawings and paintings by the late Bucks County, Pa., artist John Sears. The exhibit includes works created[...]
By Melissa Lindley It is 8 a.m., and Dr. Stephen Allen, a composer and associate professor in the Fine Arts Department, is sitting in a hotel room in Grand Rapids, Mich. It has bee[...]
By Tara DeLorenzo In a wave of twirls, leaps, and spins, The American Repertory Ballet (ARB) will be coming to Rider’s Bart Luedeke Center Theater (BLC) this weekend for Rep at Rid[...]
Promised Land 106 minutes Corporate salesman for a natural gas company, Steve Butler arrives in a rural town with his sales partner, Sue Thomason. With the town having been hit har[...]
By Nicole Cortese The stage is set for Westminster Choir College’s (WCC) choirs to perform with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the direction of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the orchestr[...]
By Kimberly Ortiz For many students, college is a way of finding themselves while at the same time looking for future job opportunities based on their majors. For others, like Caro[...]
By Tara DeLorenzo Orientation can be intimidating at first, but with the help of the Orientation staff, also known as the O-Staff, it instead becomes a time of games and teams, whe[...]
By Tara DeLorenzo Witty, whimsical and wonderful, Westminster’s College of the Arts’ rendition of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers had the audience ready to run off with the hysteri[...]
Photos by Maggie Sarlo/The Rider News[...]