By Emily Klingman What creatures lurk in the dark, murky waters of Centennial Lake? Last fall, one professor and her science class decided to find out once and for all. “Lots of pe[...]
By Ariana Albarella Three works from the American Repertory Ballet’s (ARB) repertoire that showcase the versatility and talent of the performers will mark the opening of its perfor[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh Season six of the R Factor, Rider’s version of the popular TV show The X Factor, sounded off on Friday, Sept. 18 in the Yvonne Theater. Upon entering the the[...]
By Samantha Sawh The first Green Film of the semester, titled I Am, brought the world under a broad focus. It didn’t ask about the environment, rising sea levels or energy waste. T[...]
By Erica Podosek A Westminster Choir College professor is in the spotlight after being recognized for her talent, career and influence. In July, piano professor and piano departmen[...]
By Alexis Schulz A frenzied steam of transgression and anguish rose up onto the Open Arts Stage in Bordentown where Justin Giachetti, junior theater performance major, debuted his [...]
By Emily Klingman Enter this year’s freshmen, the class of 2019. Of the newest Broncs, the majority gender is female, 56 percent, a decrease from last year’s freshman class which w[...]
Students worked alongside their African peers this summer to benefit a Moroccan community and its children during a service learning trip May 17-26. The trip was coordinated by the[...]
By Emily Klingman and Samantha Brandbergh A Rider graduate will perform her own choreography in The Emerging Choreographer’s Showcase at Rider on Saturday May 2, in the BLC theater[...]
By Kimberly Ortiz Audiences found themselves dancing in their seats to the classic hit songs of Elvis Presley in Rider’s production of All Shook Up, a ’50s-inspired musical, direct[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh A Westminster College of the Arts senior will perform in a self-written one-woman show, which highlights the exploitation of females. Kelsey Carroll is one o[...]