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Three years ago, Stephanie Coutros organized Rowan University's first Relay for Life. In the first two years, the overnight event raised more than $100,000 for the American Cancer Society.


It closely resembles something out of a science fiction movie, but its purpose has little to do with world domination or mind control.

Built by a team of Rowan University students using 11 recycled

Arms raised and fists pumping, Tuan Judericca and Nathan Bowman counted down to five as an animated cardboard rocket ship projected onto the dome of the Edelman Planetarium took off into the solar sys

The Rowan University seniors left last Saturday for New Orleans to volunteer with the Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts along the Gulf Coast. They return on Sunday, March 18.

Both Finger, of Pine

Stephanie Coutros and Ali Sacerdote met when they were sixth graders and for the next four years they were inseparable best friends.

"We lived near each other, were cheerleaders together, and we gr

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

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

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'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


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