To the editor: On behalf of the Gender and Sexuality Studies (GSS) program, I wish to thank The Rider News staff, especially Megan Lupo, for coverage of our outreach and involvemen[...]
Commencement is less than a month away, which means many of us will be walking out of Trenton’s Sun Bank Center and into the rest of our lives. The thought that we now must embrace[...]
As the end of the month approaches, you may hear the familiar two words: “Earth Day.” You nod in understanding because you already know what celebrating Earth Day means. You make s[...]
Our lives revolve around a schedule. After high school, we immediately start college. We earn high grades, intern every summer and finish college in four years or less. As soon as [...]
After the Westminster decision was announced, all those against the merger breathed a sigh of relief. They called it a victory, as the choir college was allowed to remain in Prince[...]
When our minds are overwhelmed by stress or negativity, we are told to let it out. This advice is given to people with depression, people who are paranoid and people who just feel [...]
The week of lounging on foreign sands or sleeping days away has come to an end, postponed until the summer. We’re all back at Rider, with a full six weeks left in this semester. It[...]
The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) has named The Rider News executive editor Thomas Regan, sports editor Brandon Scalea, opinion editor Samantha Sawh and design manager [...]
On March 7, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) agreed to postpone voting on a resolution stating that it has “no confidence” in the ability President Gregory [...]
Winter, for so many people, is a beautiful season coated by fluffy snow and dazzling ice. This season means catching snowflakes in our hands and on our tongues, hoping endlessly th[...]
On Jan. 27, President Donald Trump issued an executive order that sparked a flood of anxiety, alarm and anger across the nation. The order stopped individuals born in Iran, Iraq, L[...]