by Sarah Siock
While the coronavirus pandemic has changed just about every aspect of campus life this fall, Rider’s Student Entertainment Council (SEC) is still working hard to keep everyone connected.
Each semester, the SEC takes on the responsibility of planning campus traditions and various events. Traditionally, the programming board would focus on organizing in-person student activities. However, this semester the council adapted to creating virtual events for students.
“People can expect events we have never had before,” said senior business management major and SEC President Goanio Chavarria. “There will be new styles to some already existing events and new…