By Megan Lupo The day after a cluster of red caps embroidered with the slogan “Make America Great Again” gathered for Donald Trump’s inauguration, a vast assemblage of pink hats an[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh In the French Quarter of New Orleans, nothing is black and white. Chair of the English Department Jack Sullivan has been taking his students on one-week-long[...]
By Mary-Lyn Buckley College is a time for exploration and emotional growth, but for many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning students, going back home for the[...]
By Jason Mount When traveling in a new state, it’s helpful to have an idea of what there is to do and where everything is. That is where senior English writing major Kathryn Wenige[...]
By Jessica Hergert Christmas songs fluttered through the air as the R Factor Holiday concert brought a whole lot of spirit in place of competition to the Bart Luedeke Center stage [...]
By Samantha Brandbergh Many people have a vision of their dream closet. For a Rider graduate, that closet is her office. Brooke Vernon, ’16, currently does freelance work at Marie [...]
By Christian Ashe Going back to school is no easy feat, but with the help of the Rebovich Institute, one graduate student was able to give himself a new start. Former Marine, curre[...]
By Kimberly Ortiz  Before students headed home for a long weeken filled with food and family, the theater department brought the classic “White Christmas” to Rider on Nov. 20. The [...]
By Jason Mount Students can unwind from semester stressors and celebrate the holidays with a special R-Factor holiday concert on Friday, Dec. 2, in the Bart Luedeke Center theater.[...]
By Mary-Lyn Buckley Rider’s fall cabaret, “Welcome The Rain,” will debut on Friday, Dec. 2, in the Yvonne Theater, and will showcase rising talent. The performance will feature com[...]