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  • By Kaitlin MacRae “Neither can live while the other survives.” This is the fate that Harry Potter must come to terms with in the sixth…

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  • CD, concert ‘flower’ at WCC

    By Matthew Walters-Bowens Music, like the aesthetic adoration of flowers, really is a universal language, and its beauty easily crosses cultural barriers. This feeling contributed…

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  • Child villain chills and thrills

    By Charles Cartagena Orphan, directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, takes audiences on a thought-provoking, suspenseful and emotional journey into the lives of a feuding American couple…

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  • Actor offers audition advice

    By Katherine Johnson His life may be more than “unfabulous” now, but actor Markus Flanagan knows what it’s like to worry about landing auditions, as…

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  • Letting HerStory be told

    By Melanie Hunter The women of Rider can look forward to having a continued voice on campus as HerStory, the university’s first feminist literary journal,…

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  • Kroner Lot home to more than cars

    By Jess Scanlon Above the Kroner Lot, a bat flies into a small dark box posted above a “No Freshman Parking” sign after a long…

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  • Film full of ‘funny people’

    By Heather Fiore When Adam Sandler comes to mind, it’s hard to imagine anything but comedy. Well, viewers will be surprised — and they’ll laugh…

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  • Biodiesel: fuel for thought

    By Andrew Brown Josh Tickell and Rebecca Harrell are amongst the leading voices in the campaign for green energy. Just don’t call them environmentalists. Allow…

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  • Showdown: Macs v. PCs

    By Nicole Veenstra For years, this has been a PC place — but things have changed. At Rider, the growing presence of Macbook laptops and…

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  • By Megan O’Connell Very few students take the time to appreciate the beauty and complex construction of the six abstract sculptures on both of Rider’s…

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  • Action film lacks substance

    By Charles Cartagena In Michael Bay’s second installment of the Transformer’s live-action series, Revenge of the Fallen, Optimus Prime leads the audience through an opening…

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