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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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