In the Media
In the Media
A well-rounded technology business veteran, Thomas Drury, will serve as chief executive officer of The South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University.
A resident of Moorestown, Drury has 30 years
A groundbreaking at Cumberland County College last week, called a "historic moment" by college officials gathered at the Vineland campus, was also a symbolic step forward in an effort to expand the re
Some of them can barely put a sentence together, but they're already memorizing melodies and hitting harmonies.
Kids from ages 18 months to 4-years-old are learning about music in a fun program tau
Rowan University senior and Millville High School graduate Thomas Baker has been named the New Jersey Athletic Conference men's basketball Player of the Year.
Baker, a 6-foot-3 guard, leads the NJA
Rowan University's mascot now has a name resembling the refrain of a popular ?s rock song by The Who -- "Whoo RU."
The name for The Prof owl was taken from two nominations of 242 submitted in an at
Richard Grupenhoff was tracking down books about cowboys in a Los Angeles film library two decades ago. The image that caught the film professor's eye wasn't a man wearing a Stetson but the top hat, c
Several days before the Chinese New Year, Rowan University at Camden students ushered in the year of the pig with traditional music, food and dancing on Friday.
"In the Vietnamese and Chinese cultu
A Rowan University senior won $1,000 at the Philadelphia Auto Show on Friday after spending more than three days in a Toyota Prius.
Skylar Senius, 22, competed against four other people to see who
Elementary school children can visit Rowan University's planetarium for free next year, thanks to a $54,000 donation by a pair of alumni whose names are already on the facility.
Fredric and Jean M
Nearly fifteen years after a $100 million gift from local businessman Henry Rowan ushered in a new era for a college now bearing his name, the endowment and the subsequent benefits being reaped from t