Entertainment

A super night of nostalgia and leisure

By Nicole Calacal Armed with blankets, pillows and popcorn, students huddled in close groups around the campus mall in preparation for a movie under the…

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Voices as powerful as ever at R Factor auditions

By Aja Alexander and Austin Ferguson Rider University’s annual coveted contest The R Factor kicked off Friday, Sept. 14, bringing students together to watch some…

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BLC’s hidden gem “fostering student success”

By Nicoletta Feldman The second floor of the Bart Luedeke Center is home to an extremely valuable academic resource. Nestled behind the tall, double glass…

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Charleston: a city of cobblestone streets, palm trees and southern charm

By Megan Lupo With multiple museums, a prominent city market, stream of horse and carriage tours and restaurants filled with classic Southern comfort foods, the…

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Big changes made around campus, more renovations to come

By Austin Boland-Ferguson This past summer, Rider University gave itself a structural facelift on buildings throughout campus. With the makeover of the Bart Luedeke Center…

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Gourmet Dining preparing to serve Rider students

        By Lauren Minore After a fifteen-year partnership with Aramark, Rider Dining hired Gourmet Dining, New Jersey’s largest regional dining service company,…

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Capturing the essence of Peru through a lens

              By Austin Boland-Ferguson and Nicoletta Feldman Science and photography may seem like two unlikely disciplines to come together, but…

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Life in the fast lane: My weekend getting the inside scoop in the world of NASCAR

By Joseph Passero I have been a NASCAR fan since I was about five years old, and it’s been a dream of mine to land a…

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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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