Entertainment

Twisted tiaras: Musical reimagines Disney classics, embraces princess empowerment

By Jason Mount Students will get to enjoy princesses with a twist during Rider’s upcoming production of Disenchanted. The musical follows multiple princesses and their…

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Westminster prepares for 25th anniversary of holiday tradition

By Sage E. Spitz  This holiday season, Westminster Choir College students will bring festive music to the Princeton University Chapel. Students from the Westminster Chapel…

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Jazz show turns back time

By Jessica Hergert The Bart Luedeke Center Theater was jiving Sunday evening to a special jazz concert called “What is Old is New Again,” performed…

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Quilt display raises awareness of on-going epidemic

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Gripping and emotional play moves audiences

By Jason Mount Audiences were gripped by the tense emotions displayed on stage during Rider’s production of Disgraced. Directed by theater professor Miriam Mills, the…

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Alumna expands personal brand, takes pageant crown

By Samantha Brandbergh  Growing up, Tarah-Lynn Saint-Elien, ’17, always wanted to do pageants. After competing in and winning her first one during her freshman year…

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Diverse panelists discuss being minorities on college campuses

By Megan Lupo and Samantha Brandbergh In a 1998 issue of The Rider News, it was reported that “Rider University students are not of one…

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Fall concert 2017 photos

   

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Controversial play will examine Muslim heritage, stereotypes in the aftermath of Sept. 11

By Jason Mount The life of a Muslim man in a post-9/11 world will be examined on the Yvonne Theater stage with Disgraced, running from…

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Transparent: Activist shares story, highlights trans issues

By John Modica Danica Roem made headlines for becoming the first openly transgender person elected to a state legislature, sparking progressive talks around the country…

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Professor celebrates career milestone with new book

By Alexa Puntiel The criminal justice system has immensely changed throughout the past 50 years, and as someone who has worked inside the system, criminal…

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