Rowan Concert Band performs an eclectic evening of music under the direction of Vincent Du Beau. Tickets are $10, general admission; $5, seniors/non-Rowan students/alumni/staff. Rowan students are admitted FREE with valid ID. For tickets and information, call 856-256-4545 or visit rowan.tix.com.
Come test your luck at tonight's winter-themed bingo! $1,000 worth of prizes will be given away, perfect for yourself or to use as holiday presents! This event is hosted by RAH and is free.
10.22.14 - 12.03.14:
Here Comes the Snow Poster Contest
Participate in the Here Comes the Snow Contest in which you locate 1 of 30 special posters we?ve placed on both the Glassboro and Camden campuses and bring it to the Office of Winter & Summer Sessions (Enterprise Center) by the deadline to be entered in a drawing to win $100. One entry per person with a 1 in 30 chance of winning!
Open to matriculated undergraduate and graduate students.
No gimmick, no catch. Visit the Info Desk in the Wellness Center every Friday during the Fall and Spring semesters for up to five free male latex condoms and information about safer sex.
'Inverted Normals,' curated by Chris Manzione, is a group exhibition of art works that provide access points to different ways of understanding relationships between digital and physical spaces. The works have been created with a wide range of digital fabrication techniques and different forms of interactive mobile applications. The artists include Manzione along with Jose Carlos Casado, Channel Two, Mark Dorf, Alex Myers, Benjamin Phelan, Michael Rees, and Jeff Thompson.
This weekly group is for new students at Rowan....whether you're a transfer, a freshman, or just looking to make some new choices in your life. Come hang out, play games, do a craft, and chat with Healthy Campus and student leaders to gain some insights to making friends, being successful in classes, dealing with homesickness, staying healthy, or any other issue college students deal with.
The Department of Theatre & Dance presents choreographer/faculty member Paule Turner's original, interdisciplinary work inspired by Dee Galloway's epic poem. With African-American narratives, music, and poetry, the piece is a testament to the transformative and transcendental power of the African-American spiritual in bringing people closer to reconciling the truth of what we are, together.
Colleges Against Cancer is co-sponsoring the Classy Casino Night and the Winter DIY Projects tonight! The DIYs include decorating your own ornaments and winter themed picture frames. Pictures with Santa and winter backgrounds will be provided. This event is hosted by RAH and is free, along with a Philly shuttle leaving from the Student Center Half Circle at 7pm.