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Last week's national Banned Books Week was a good reminder of why we need to take the First Amendment so seriously - and so literally.

While it's not always easy to defend the rights of the spammer

A Clearview Regional High School English teacher won the state's top teaching honor Wednesday.

Diane Cummins, who became a teacher at 33 after entering the profession through a non-traditional pat

At 8:45 on the rainy Tuesday morning of last week, sopping wet students made their way to the Campbell Library at Rowan University. Most were on their way to study, but a few were about to take advant

Rowan University presented the second Joseph A. Barnes Award for Outstanding Service to Richard Grupenhoff, a professor in the Radio/TV/Film Department of the College of Communication.

He received

Austin Winther is putting himself through an endurance test unlike any he's ever experienced to memorialize the victims and heroes of 9/11.

ROWAN UNIVERSITY and the borough it has called home since about 1917 -- a mix of peach orchards and big-box stores and a faded downtown -- have been on speaking terms for several years. Now comes the

GLASSBORO - SCIENCE HALL SNAPSHOT

Cost: $45 million

Fact box

Size: Six stories, 149,100 square feet

Departments: Biological sciences, chemistry, biochemistry, physics, astronomy.

Planet

GLASSBORO -- Students at Rowan University will have classes in the new Science Hall for the first time today.

Students, faculty and administrators gathered Tuesday afternoon to catch a glimpse of

John Lowe walked down the gleaming corridors of Rowan University's new Science Hall on Tuesday and became melancholy.

The 24-year-old Sicklerville resident, who graduated from Rowan in May with a b

For the fourth consecutive year, U.S News & World Report has ranked Rowan University among the best institutions of higher education in the United States in its annual ranking of the nation' best coll

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