Opinion

Other departments support Journalism and Communication letter

The Department of Political Science unanimously and emphatically supports the statements made by our colleagues in the Department of Communication and Journalism in their letter…

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From the Editor: Spread thanks this holiday season

It’s easy to go on with our lives without stepping back to realize how lucky we are. The start of the holiday season is a…

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Senior Sentiments: Putting health before stuffing

Between the turkey, potatoes, stuffing and mouth-watering desserts, it’s easy to get caught up not only in the spirit of the holidays, but also in…

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Junior Speaks: Those mid-semester blues can stop here

During this time of year, being homesick seems to be more common than usual. It could be the holidays approaching, the end of the semester…

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Green Corner: Are you recycling in the most efficient way possible?

Last week, a 40-yard dumpster was filled with recycling items and picked up from campus. It was rejected from All County Recycling due to a…

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From the Editor: The importance of student media success

As student journalists, we are taught to be bold, courageous and curious about the world’s events, both big and small. Always ask questions, never settle…

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Letter to the Editor: Staff speaks out for student media

TO: University President Gregory Dell’Omo, Provost DonnaJean Fredeen CC: CLAS Dean Jonathan Millen, Letters to the Editor – The Rider News The faculty of Rider…

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Letter to the Editor: Professor believes musical bond has been broken

To the editor: By now the Rider community knows that the upper administration and most of the Board of Trustees intend to divest Rider of…

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Senior Sentiments: Passionate voice student seeks hope at WCC

Everywhere I go, people ask me about the status of my beloved school, Westminster Choir College (WCC). When the news of Rider’s “sale” of Westminster…

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From the Editor: Being aware of ‘Generation Anxiety’

Three papers are due this week, two exams the following week and six hours of rehearsals, on top of eating, sleeping and breathing? Stress is…

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Face off: Saying no to technology

Technology has changed how we live our lives and many research groups and teachers believe it is negatively affecting students’ abilities to learn. Students tend…

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