To the editor: On behalf of the students, faculty and staff who represented Rider University at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., last Saturday, Jan. 21, I thank all of those [...]
Dear Editor, The Lawrenceville Student Government Association appreciated the opportunity to attend President Gregory Dell’Omo’s presidential update last Thursday. The presentation[...]
As a campus, we need to unite as one. I will say this time and time again and I will stand by this until the day I die — we cannot allow hate to win. We banded together in times wh[...]
To the editor: In the Oct. 19 issue of The Rider News, James Shepherd reported on a forum on the university’s strategic planning process hosted by President Gregory Dell’Omo. The p[...]
To the editor: I recently attended one of the sessions in which President Greg Dell’Omo detailed the current strategic planning process. He explained how multiple groups gathered n[...]
To the editor: I am writing in response to last week’s editorial regarding sexual assault on Rider’s campus. Research has shown that one in five women and one in 16 men are sexuall[...]
Many things have happened at Rider University since the class of 2019 moved in. The university community is tightening its belt to work through some tough times. Strategic plans we[...]
Another successful run has come to an end. It wasn’t long ago that a group of us sat in the basement of Ridge House, putting together the latest issue of The Rider News (TRN). As s[...]
To the Rider University Board of Trustees: You may know about the grilling Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf received when he appeared before the Senate Banking Committee in September. T[...]
Use of Rider’s wireless network, nowires, has increased dramatically over the past several years. Today, 5,000 devices are connected daily, compared to 3,000 in 2014. The top desti[...]
To the editor: On behalf of the Gender and Sexuality Studies (GSS) program, I wish to thank The Rider News staff, especially Samantha Sawh, for its coverage of the 34th Gender and [...]