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  • Photo of Money in the Bank: Rozanski’s compensation tops $500k

    By Kelly Mangan and Paul Szaniawski President Mordechai Rozanski’s total compensation surpassed $500,000 after a 25 percent pay raise in 2005-2006, according to a recent…

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  • By Laura Mortkowitz The sometimes half-empty stands in Alumni Gym are beginning to look a lot more than half full this season. The basketball teams…

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  • Photo of New Web site draws in positive reviews

    By Danielle Phillips Despite students’ initial negative reaction and its delayed launch, the University’s new Web site managed to go up before students left for…

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  • Master Key

    A male resident student was questioned by Public Safety on Monday, Feb. 4, at 3 p.m., for possibly having access to a master key that…

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  • By Julia Ernst Residence Life has begun taking steps to make several large changes to the way students choose their housing arrangements, the Student Government…

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  • Laptop

    A laptop was reported stolen in Conover Hall after it was briefly put down in a hallway. It was reported on Friday, Feb. 1, at…

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  • Theft

    A theft was reported at the Student Recreation Center on Friday, Feb. 1, but the report was later dropped after the item was found. A…

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  • Beer Pong

    Seven students were found playing beer pong in a room in Kroner Hall on Friday, Feb. 1, at 10:14 p.m. A male staff member found…

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  • Photo of Senior feeds area students’ bodies, minds

    By Jess Hoogendoorn One out of every three kids eats fast food at least four times a week, according to a student who teaches nutrition…

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  • By Laura Mortkowitz After two decades of working on the budget in the state government, Rider alumnus David Rousseau was sworn in as New Jersey’s…

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  • Photo of Nelessen named Director of Annual Giving

    By Danielle Flood Getting more people to give to Rider in a philanthropic way in order to continue academic excellence is a top priority for…

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