In the Media
In the Media
The four-year bachelor's degree is no longer your ticket to great success. Today's college students and working professionals know an advanced degree will blast your career up that proverbial ladder.
The borough fire department will receive a special delivery from Wisconsin of a $242,000 truck that the fire chief says will better suit his department given its dwindling pool of volunteers.
A new concentration in the philosophy and religion department at Rowan University seeks to direct students to study the ethics behind many scandals that have captured recent headlines in the worlds of
Jim Vassallo knew he wanted a career in radio almost as soon as he learned what radio was.
That's not surprising considering that at a young age Vassallo was known to mute the television while watc
A documentary that revisits the golden era of Philadelphia radio in the 1960s recently earned Rowan Radio top honors in a national student competition sponsored by College Broadcasters Inc.
A pirate ship and a tin man joined a dozen other sculptures fashioned out of canned goods on Monday morning at Rowan University.
Featuring more than 3,000 pounds of donated food, the event "Cans Ac
A day breaks down to 24 hours, 1,440 minutes or 86,400 seconds. Managing that time can be difficult for a busy professional with a family. For many, exercise is something that gets left on the back bu
When 25-year-old Ashley Symons decided to pursue a master's degree in secondary education she started looking for a college with a program that was close and convenient.
A Rowan University graduate
Ali Houshmand, 52, came to Rowan University this fall as the university's new provost. Houshmand, an industrial engineer by training, served as associate provost, interim provost, senior vice presiden
Though it looks like a miniature yellow catamaran, a craft designed by professors and students at Rowan University is not your father's toy boat.
The wooden boat is actually a robotic flotation dev