By Sarah Bergen Featuring overweight children and sweet treats, this month’s green film covers a topic that many may not associate with sustainability. Fed Up explores America’s fo[...]
By Alyssa Naimoli The first chapter of The Glass Castle introduces the chilling, inspiring story of Jeannette Walls. Riding in a limousine after leaving her Park Avenue apartment t[...]
By Emily Klingman Bright, bold colors currently fill the art gallery in an exhibit featuring work from artist Bill White’s career. With a collection of pieces spanning his life as [...]
By Kimberly Leder For junior arts administration major, Ariana Albarella, music was as normal to her upbringing as learning how to walk. But instead of idolizing a boy band or pop [...]
By Kimberly Leder At 14, singing went from a childhood hobby to a young adult dream for sophomore journalism major Alexis Schulz. “I became a professional musician at the age of 14[...]
By Ariana Albarella Music plays a large role in the life of junior history major Nick Santangelo. Since he was young, he was been surrounding himself with the art form. “Since I ca[...]
By Ariana Albarella Robert Burger, adjunct instructor of publication design and 3D animation, takes his creativity to another universe through his musical expression. “Through the [...]
By Kimberly Ortiz Audiences found themselves in hysterics at the tale of a not-so-real doctor helping two lovers find happiness in A Doctor in Spite of Himself, staged Oct. 29 thro[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh An audience flocked to the Cavalla Room for the second annual Rider’s Got Talent to watch 13 hopefuls show off their talents and help choose comedian Colin C[...]
By Esther Folaranmi Attention ghouls, goblins and zombies alike: Come and party on Oct. 29. That is the message from the Student Government Association (SGA), which is excited to b[...]
The Rider News (TRN) got a chance to talk with Stephen Schwartz, senior geoscience major, about his time as the school’s beekeeper, his upcoming beekeeping guide, and his hopes for[...]