Features & Entertainment

Comedy show draws laughs from audience, generates funds, support for veterans

By Jessica Hergert The second annual Operation Comedy show took place in the Bart Luedeke Center (BLC) Theater on Friday night, raising over $800 for…

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Student-run cabaret “smashes” expectations

By Brandon Scalea With words like “create,” “sing,” and “meditate” written on giant white paper hung around the pub, the cast of “Be YOUR Star:…

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Leaving his mark: Senior’s involvement cements legacy

By Megan Lupo Leaning back with ease on top of the Rider berm, legs streched out and hands planted on the ground to keep him…

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“Into the Woods” challenges concept of morality

By Megan Raab The Westminster Players presented a concert production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” this weekend at the Bristol Chapel. The show is…

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Third annual Rock Fest brings energy, omits zip line

  By Jessica Nunes and Austin Boland-Ferguson The warm weather, reminiscent of summer, made an electrifying Friday night possible for the Rider community.  On April…

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The “Me Too Monologues” unify, resonate with Rider students

By Lauren Minore In recent months, students across the country have been able to say, “Me too” when it comes to social issues like mental…

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Fairy tale worlds collide in “Into the Woods”

By Nicoletta Feldman Numerous Disney and children’s fairy tales will soon trade places and take the stage as the Westminster Players prepare to perform their…

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Giving back to ‘unsung heroes’ through stand-up comedy

By Jessica Hergert The Bart Luedeke Center (BLC) Theater will open its doors on April 20 for Operation Comedy, a donation-based show to benefit the…

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“Flea” celebrates sex, gender and chaos

By Lauren Minore  A beautiful, open atmosphere with seven small lamps along the edge of the stage, bearing only two chairs and a table with a…

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Monologues molding mental health awareness

By Nicoletta Feldman Long before the #MeToo movement gained mainstream attention through social media, a production with a similar namesake was created — and soon…

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Rider Dance Ensemble looks to ‘Stand Together’ in spring show

By Austin Boland-Ferguson  A total of 27 various styles of dance will be showcased on stage as the Rider Dance Ensemble (RDE) prepares for its spring…

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