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Alessia Contuzzi

As of Dec. 3 on the Fall 2021 Covid-19 Dashboard, there were 17 positive cases in students and five among employees in the past 14 days (

With recent rise in Covid-19 cases and concerns, the College turns to a three-pronged approach to testing

Following the Thanksgiving break and an increase in Covid-19 cases statewide, the College is combating the possible spread with a three-pronged approach to testing, according to an email sent to students on Nov. 29 by Director of Student Health Services Janice Vermeychuk. The College looks to monitor and lower the infection rate on campus in a timely manner using a three-pronged approach consisting of mandatory, random and voluntary testing.

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The Colleges Against Cancer executive board joins a survivor for his speech at Relay for Life on Oct. 23 in the Recreation Center (Izzy Smith / Photographer).

Colleges Against Cancer’s Relay for Life raises awareness, over $6,000 for American Cancer Society

Colleges Against Cancer’s (CAC) annual Relay for Life event took place in the Recreation Center on Oct. 23 from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Co-sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Pi, Kappa Delta Rho and Sigma Kappa, this entertaining and emotional event raised $6,666.64 for the American Cancer Society and made a hopeful impact on the lives of those affected by cancer.

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The suspects of the stolen parts at Rider University were seen driving this black, four-door Audi with tinted windows, according to Grant’s Oct. 25 email (Timothy Grant / Chief of Police).

Catalytic converter theft ring strikes the College area

A catalytic converter was stolen from a student’s vehicle in the south parking lot of Campus Town sometime between Oct. 6 and 8. Students were notified of the crime via an email sent by Timothy Grant, the chief of police at the College, on Oct. 9 and were urged to report any suspicious activity or further knowledge of the crime. 

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Photo: Spirit Week consisted of a week-long series of events hosted by the College designed to engage students’ school spirit (

Spirit Week promoted lion spirit and entertained students weeklong with on-campus activities

The College’s 33rd annual Spirit Week took place from Sept. 27 to Oct. 2. Planned by Student Government and the Division of Student Affairs, the students were given many fun-filled opportunities to raise school spirit and spend time with their peers.

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