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  • Watch your mouth

    A female visitor was kicked off campus after using profanity toward a female staff member. At about 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, a Resident…

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  • Keep off the leaves

    A female staff member slipped and fell earlier this week. It was reported at 8:45 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 5, that while walking on a…

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  • Cranberry is the royal color

    The Cranberry queen and king, center, Maria Panvini and Travarus Fauntleroy, stand with the other contestants Friday, Nov. 3, in the Bart Luedeke Center Theater.

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  • AAUP, Rider ratify new contract

    By Paul Mullin Members of the faculty union ratified the new contract Tuesday afternoon, after the University executive committee ratified on behalf of the Board…

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  • Senator Turner a winner

    By Jeff Frankel State Sen. Shirley Turner, a democrat serving New Jersey’s 15th district and associate director of Rider’s Career Services, was re-elected Tuesday, after…

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  • Looking back at accidents

    By Jess Hoogendoorn The University has seen its share of community members lose their lives on the road. Junior Nicholas Costa was the seventh Rider…

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  • By Danielle Flood New Jersey’s unethical politics are ruining the state’s reputation, a state commissioner said in a speech to the Rider community on Thursday,…

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  • All Dressed Up

    photo by Stephanie Nardi Cranberry King and Queen candidates, from left standing, Mike Scuilli, Maria Panvini, Colleen Kelly, Davendra Brijlall, Laura Franko, Ryan Sydorko, Travarus…

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  • by Paul Mullin Issues in the upcoming N.J. Legislative Elections, including property taxes, the state budget and political corruption throughout the state were the focus…

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  • University investigates fraternity

    by Chris Cole The Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) fraternity is making its best bid to clean up its act by presenting evidence of reform to…

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  • Sad Song

    compiled by Jeff Frankel Five piano keys were stolen from each of three pianos on the Princeton campus. The theft occurred sometime between Monday, Oct.…

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