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  • By Laura Mortkowitz After two decades of working on the budget in the state government, Rider alumnus David Rousseau was sworn in as New Jersey’s…

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  • Photo of Nelessen named Director of Annual Giving

    By Danielle Flood Getting more people to give to Rider in a philanthropic way in order to continue academic excellence is a top priority for…

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  • Photo of Dugan hired as new assistant dean

    Dugan hired as new assistant dean

    By Amber B. Carter With experience in journalism, public relations and administration, a new dean has joined the College of Continuing Studies. Margaret Dugan began…

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  • by Paul Szaniawski The family of Gary DeVercelly Jr., who died last spring of alcohol poisoning, has filed a civil suit against the University claiming…

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  • Photo of Merit more important than race, says Dyson

    by Jess Hoogendoorn Dr. Michael Eric Dyson bridged age and racial gaps as he rapped, quoted and conveyed his message, “Race Rules: Navigating the Color…

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  • Photo of Death of staffer leaves ‘void’ at WCC

    By Steph Mostaccio The Westminster Choir traveled to four cities between Jan. 12 and Jan. 18 for its Texas tour, but one city, Austin, held…

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  • Runaway

    An intoxicated underaged male was discovered on the floor of the bathroom on the ground level of the Bart Luedeke Center. He was found on…

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  • Outstanding

    A vandalized car in the Sorority Lot led to several arrests for outstanding warrants. It was reported to Public Safety on Thursday, Jan. 24, at…

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  • Thirst-quenching

    Horsing around in the hallway with plastic water bottles led to a charge of disorderly conduct for a male student. The incident occurred in the…

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  • Stolen

    An emergency exit sign in Conover Hall was taken Monday, Jan. 28. It was reported by Public Safety after making a round in the building…

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  • Photo of Prof. credited with saving lives of neighbors

    by Paul Mullin Shawn Kildea doesn’t consider himself a hero. In fact, he said that if he weren’t “such a fat slob,” he would not…

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