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  • Photo of Ad major dies after car crash

    Ad major dies after car crash

    By Olivia Tattory Thomas R. Galletta, 22, a senior advertising major and brother of the former Delta Psi chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity,…

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  • The Aftermath

    Administrators’ charges dropped By Paul Szaniawski Just three weeks after indictments were handed down against two University administrators, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office dismissed all…

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  • By Steph Mostaccio It’s no secret that many college students rely on loans to finance their education. Last year alone, $85 billion in loans were…

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  • By Jeff Frankel Sophomore music education major Dionne Lashley was sitting in class when she heard the good news. She was about to play piano…

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  • By Julie Ernst Rider’s associate provost and counsel James Castagnera will be taking the call of American duty a step further than most citizens with…

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  • By Paul Szaniawski This past year, students’ food options increased with the introduction of Cranberry’s and an expansion of the healthier meal choices at Daly’s.…

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  • Planning to move forward

    By Paul Mullin Plans for a new residence hall and several renovations were announced yesterday afternoon at the Town Hall meeting held by President Mordechai…

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  • March of Solidarity

    By Leo D. Rommel The way Steve Klemchalk saw it, after all the good Gary DeVercelly Jr. did for the people in his life, this…

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  • Student media honored at awards

    The Rider University Network (R.U.N.) was awarded a Bronze Telly Award for an episode of The News At Rider. The Telly Award honors local and…

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  • By Julia Ernst As The Rider News has noted before, college students use up a great deal of power each day. Every available wall outlet…

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  • By Jess Hoogendoorn Restaurant owner Judy Wicks knew she had turned a corner when she started teaching her own competitors what she had learned. Wicks…

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