Despite tensions over the past year, the College and Ewing Township are looking to come together. A press conference was held on Wednesday, Feb. 29 in Loser Hall that addressed the formation of a new committee focused on integrating the College with the surrounding community.
College professor of Italian Simona Wright presented her lecture “Globalization According to Organized Crime” to students in the Business Building Lounge on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
A diverse panel of students in different living situations offered various tips for dealing with landlords, contracts, neighbors and housemates.
The Student Finance Board granted the Central Eurasian and Middle Eastern Studies Society $3,587 to host their second annual Nowruz event, celebrating the Persian New Year at the College on Monday, March 19.
News Editor Tom Ciccone shares his less-than-pleasant experience living in Centennial Hall and his appreciation for the power of petitions.
Students of Centennial Hall are receiving a 20 percent increase in the probability of getting a housing lottery time slot following a signed petition about the poor living conditions in the building.
Three men representing the First Baptist Church of Patchogue, Long Island came to preach their religious beliefs at the College’s campus. While two of the three men refused to identify themselves, one of the men said his name was Mike Stockwell, a resident of Somerset, New Jersey. When asked if he was currently employed, he refused to answer any more questions.
Because of Rider’s Norovirus outbreak, their campus sanitization measures have greatly increased.
Michelle Teng (center), a student of the College, shares her experiences at the University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji.
Outbreaks of Norovirus at nearby Rider University and Princeton University have the College on alert.
Synch-Solutions, a member of the Oracle Partner Network, recently completed an upgrade of the College’s PeopleSoft Human Capital Management system.
The housing lottery, beginning next week, has undergone several changes as everyone prepares for the new upcoming housing arrangements.