Features

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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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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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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“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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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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Men’s soccer steals double overtime win at home

By Caterina Troiani  The Broncs had a split week against Villanova and Long Island University Brooklyn. Sophomore back Sylvain Coco was named the MAAC men’s…

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