Rider’s name flashed on television screens, footage of our campus gracing the nightly news. The same words echoed from the speakers for days — “program cuts,” “layoffs,” and “defic[...]
The November 4, 2015 Rider News included President Dell’Omo’s correction of the “conspiracies” surrounding the high compensation for Rider’s president in the midst of his proposed [...]
              by Mackenzie Emmens   Printed in the 11/18/15 issue.[...]
Climate change doesn’t just affect certain areas and it doesn’t skip us college students — it affects all of humankind. Our altitude at Rider is about 95 feet, and over in Ewing, n[...]
Today, I received a printed copy of the Nov. 4 issue of The Rider News. The coverage of the recently announced program and faculty cuts was excellent. The stories (by writers Thoma[...]
Dear President Dell’Omo: We write as the chair of the board of officers and executive director of the American Philosophical Association. We urge you and all those involved in maki[...]
I am a Rider graduate, and I, along with my fellow alumni, have been watching things closely regarding the changes at the university. In the last few weeks, I have read articles se[...]
With presidential elections forthcoming in 2016, a large number of politicized issues are being discussed frequently in conjunction with candidate campaigns. One of these is crucia[...]
Rider University’s faculty union advanced a proposal to save $5.5 million over three years, which would avoid the need for layoffs and program cutbacks, according Diane Campbell, p[...]
              by Sophie Vakalis   Printed in the 11/11/15 issue.[...]
Last Thursday I felt like I was kicked in the stomach. I went home and cried, the first time since the death of my parents.   What happened? At a town hall meeting, President Dell’[...]