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  • Lawrenceville election winners

    President Laura Vendetta Vice President Brian Pawelko Vice President Laura Claus Secretary Theresa Androvett Finance Board At-Large Seats Sandro Bianco Joe Seaton Commuter Seat James…

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  • By Mike Caputo A week has passed since the alcohol-related death of freshman Gary DeVercelly and the University has commenced its effort to achieve President…

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  • By Mike Caputo Two prominent political figures will square off at Rider, tackling heated topics during a special event touted “The Great Debate.” The program,…

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  • The Results Are In

    ‘V’ turns out to stand for victory By Steph Mostaccio and Olivia Tattory Remember, remember the fifth of April when junior Laura Vendetta stood as…

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  • By Lauren Varga A weight was lifted off Head Delegate Serena Koelle’s shoulders when she heard Rider’s Model United Nations team screaming, “We got an…

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  • By Jeff Frankel and Olivia Tattory The alleged hazing incident involving drinking that occurred late Wednesday night into the early morning hours of Thursday is…

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  • Freshman in Critical Condition

    ‘Possible hazing incident’ By Mike Caputo A student remained in critical condition last night after what was deemed by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s office to…

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  • RUN finds new home on Web

    By Lauren Johnson The Rider University Network (RUN) has gone digital. RUN, the student organization that produces television programs in the Department of Communication and…

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  • Blue Light Special

    By Jeff Frankel The Lawrenceville campus has only three blue light phones, the Princeton campus has one, while The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) has…

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  • By Mike Caputo Lawrenceville SGA elections are rapidly approaching, and student government officials are hoping for a record-breaking voter turnout. The highest turnout in Rider…

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  • By Steph Mostaccio and Olivia Tattory Unexpected inclement weather during spring break left many students stranded either at their warm getaways or at the airport…

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