Events

Events

E.g., 2017-03-31
E.g., 2017-03-31
April 5, 2017
11:00am
Admissions Office, Savitz Hall
Register today to attend the Admissions Presentation & Tour
April 5, 2017
2:00pm
Savitz Hall 218
Goals and plans are meant to be put into action. This spring, learn how to push forward and complete your goals. This workshop will help you spring forward to a successful semester.
Tags: , General Event
April 6, 2017
(All day)
Gallery West in Westby Hall
The Sister Chapel, is an historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women's art movement, now at Gallery West for its first public exhibition since 1980. After an absence of more than thirty-five years, the components of The Sister Chapel are fully reunited in Gallery West.
April 6, 2017
(All day)
Rowan University Art Gallery, 301 High Street
From March 27 to May 27, 2017, the Rowan University Art Gallery hosts 'How Food Moves: Edible Logistics' through the work of guest curator Daniel Tucker.
April 6, 2017
11:00am
Admissions Office, Savitz Hall
Register today to attend the Admissions Presentation & Tour
April 6, 2017
3:30pm
Glassboro, NJ
Tags: Athletics
April 6, 2017
8:00pm
Tohill Theatre @ Bunce Hall
The Department of Theatre & Dance presents the musical version of the Stephen King novel and subsequent movie about awkward high school misfit Carrie White and her struggles with a cruelly over-protective mother and her status as an outcast bullied by classmates.
April 7, 2017
(All day)
Gallery West in Westby Hall
The Sister Chapel, is an historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women's art movement, now at Gallery West for its first public exhibition since 1980. After an absence of more than thirty-five years, the components of The Sister Chapel are fully reunited in Gallery West.
April 7, 2017
(All day)
Princeton, NJ
Tags: Athletics
April 7, 2017
(All day)
Rowan University Art Gallery, 301 High Street
From March 27 to May 27, 2017, the Rowan University Art Gallery hosts 'How Food Moves: Edible Logistics' through the work of guest curator Daniel Tucker.

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