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  • by Paul Mullin Westminster Choir College (WCC) freshman Justin R. Warfield, 18, died early Wednesday from heroin use, police said. Warfield, of Columbia, Md., was…

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  • Alumni donations add up

    by Paul Szaniawski Two years ago this month everyone from students to alumni were welcomed to the splendor of a new exercise facility when the…

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  • Black out

    by Jeff Frankel A case of heavy drinking led to Public Safety finding a male commuter student unconscious in the hallway. On Saturday, Oct. 13,…

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  • Hurt

    by Jeff Frankel A report of assault led to a male visitor receiving an alcohol violation. On Sunday, Oct. 14, at 1:32 a.m., Public Safety…

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  • Accident

    Compiled by Jeff Frankel A case of heavy drinking led to Public Safety finding a male commuter student unconscious in the hallway. On Saturday, Oct.…

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  • by Jeff Frankel Just one week after the University’s week-long program to encourage diversity on campus, vandals wrote a derogatory word on several doors in…

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  • by Jess Decina A male Rider student was arrested Wednesday, Oct. 17, and charged with sexually assaulting a female student at the University, according to…

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  • Unity Day speaker opens

    by Jennifer Arruda and Laura Mortkowitz Through psychology and political science, Unity Day’s keynote speaker, Dr. Melissa Harris-Lacewell discussed the upcoming 2008 presidential election on…

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  • by Danielle Phillips Dale Williams came from a nice upper-class family and completed his education at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. But…

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  • Strike still a possibility

    by Paul Mullin Rider administrators and negotiators from the faculty union will be meeting today and Sunday hoping to jumpstart talks regarding faculty compensation. As…

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  • Cleaning & Greening

    Rider tries to lighten footprint on planet By Julia Ernst On a campus where students print out seven-page papers seven times, leave electronic gizmos running…

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