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Broncs win, and so does the band

By Gianluca D’Elia As the men’s basketball team got set for a game against Manhattan on Feb. 8, a cacophony of musical instruments warming up…

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From typewriters to touch screens, a spotlight on the past

By Lauren Lavelle Before there were laptops and iPads, Rider’s College of Business Administration depended on typewriters. Those same typewriters, dating back to the 1800s,…

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Dancer defeats anorexia, shares story of her battle

By Gianluca D’Elia Running late from her weekly dance class, Nicole D’Achille rushed up the bright purple steps of the Delta Phi Epsilon (DPE) house…

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Playing like a girl: Athletes celebrate females in sports

By Mary-Lyn Buckley Laughter, cheer and enthusiasm filled the Student Recreation Center on Feb. 11 as Rider hosted its annual National Girls and Women in…

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Fitness Fridays provide healthy food, exercise tips for students

By Demara Barnes The Student Recreation Center (SRC) hosted the first Fitness Friday program of the spring semester to bring awareness to students about wellness…

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Photo gallery: the Rider Courtside Band

The Rider News followed the recently revamped pep band for a day, leading up to their performance at the men’s basketball game against Manhattan on…

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AAUP’s injunction denied in court

By Megan Lupo Mixed emotions rocked the courtroom as Judge Peter Sheridan rejected the motion for an injunction filed by Rider’s faculty union, citing its…

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Food pantry aims to conquer hunger

By Mary-Lyn Buckley Pursuing a college degree is hard enough, but it’s even harder when you have nowhere to turn in a time of need.…

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Turning Point USA may come to Rider

By Gianluca D’Elia A new branch of a conservative organization may be coming to campus in the near future, but their effort to gain club recognition…

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New associate dean hopes to boost accreditation

By Lauren Lavelle Rider’s College of Education and Human Services recently welcomed Jason Barr as its associate dean, a newly established position in the department.…

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CBA introduces new analytics major

By Theresa Evans Students who are interested in working in a thriving, high-demand industry may want to consider majoring in business analytics, a new program…

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