By Sierra McCoy Curly hair, straight hair, protective styles, scarves and bonnets were all discussed at a Black History Month event called “Fros and Beaus,” held in the Fireside Lo[...]
By Megan Lupo The co-founders of Stand and Take Action Now for Democracy (STAND) Central New Jersey, Karen Haskin and Joy Ann Lo, informed Professor of English Megan Titus’ class o[...]
By Jason Mount Science and faith will battle it out in Rider’s interpretation of Inherit the Wind, a Tony-award winning drama based on a true story. Directed by Professor of Theate[...]
By Samantha Brandbergh Westminster Choir College’s annual Art Song Festival will bring “edgy” and “jarring” works by American composers, performed by students, to the Bristol Chape[...]
By Paige Ewing Call it a coochie, a flapper, a cooter, or simply a vagina. Any way you say it, these names evoke feelings from laughter to seriousness, all the way to discomfort, m[...]
By Emily Klingman Two Rider students rubbed elbows with stars and networked with industry professionals at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) earlier this month.[...]
By Gianluca D’Elia  For those wondering who they might become if they dressed in drag, five queens decided to find out for themselves. At a jam-packed pub, Rider’s first Drag Race [...]
By Jason Mount Big hair and keytars made a comeback at “Eighties Explosion,” Rider’s spring musical theater cabaret, directed by Franklin Trapp and musically directed by Nick Place[...]
By Paige Ewing Students now have a place to warm up on cold winter days or chilly spring nights. On Feb. 11, Rider officially unveiled a new fire pit at Cranberry’s Patio. Decked o[...]
By Jessica Hergert I have always been enamored with the idea of traveling the world. I suppose the wanderlust I have is typical for millennials, but it has always felt special to m[...]
By Megan Lupo A rockin’ decade of both letterman and jean jackets, scrunchies and wicked music will be erupting from the Bart Luedeke Center Theater from Feb. 10 to Feb. 12. Rider’[...]