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A New Jersey task force is exploring ways New Jersey might develop the more sober draw of a Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia, of Valley Forge outside Philadelphia or Mystic Seaport on the Connecticut coast.

Rowan receives grant from Robert Wood Johnson foundation's state Health Initiatives program.

Two students lead a group planning the National PRSSA conference.

Rowan sophomore interviews World War II veterans for his Eagle Scout project.

Rowan student wins stand-up comedy competition.

By Jessica Beym jbeym@sjnewsco.com From the second-floor windows of the Innovation Center at the South Jersey Technology Park, rows of peach trees are visible on hundreds of acres of farmland belo

By Jessica Driscoll
jdriscoll@sjnewsco.com

On Friday morning, students planted more than 750 pinwheels bearing messages of peace and hope on Rowan University's campus a powerful artistic expressio

By Jessica Beym
jbeym@sjnewsco.com

For the first time in Rowan University's history, enrollment numbers have broken past the 10,000-student mark.

And for the years to come, it's likely the stud

BY KEITH RUSCITTI

Borough officials say the town's aenometer needs a tuneup.

The anemometer, which is shaped like a small windmill, sits atop a 100-foot tower located on a field at the corner of

By Jessica Beym
jbeym@sjnewsco.com

It's not just the freshmen who need a little bit of guidance from college professionals.

Rowan University officials said that in an effort to make their secon

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