In the Media
In the Media
A Cherry Hill-based foundation plans to help buy textbooks for Rowan University students who are single parents.
The Lauren Rose Albert Foundation has established a $25,000 scholarship program at R
GLASSBORO - Glassboro's Economic Development office will use a $78,000 grant to study ways to improve public transportation in the borough.
With Rowan University officials, the development office
"It was the largest nation in the world, run by lunatics. A genius. And a harlot," shouts the History Channel's fancy advertising campaign for its big-deal, four-hour Russia: Land of the Tsars.
GLASSBORO -- While his peers fixed caps, zipped gowns and spent their remaining hour as college students chatting with loved ones, Francis Hancock stood silently clasping his hands and gazing out the
GLASSBORO - Nobody appreciates rain when it intrudes on an important celebration, such as a wedding or commencement.
And so, Friday's rain was booed, or just ignored, by staff, students and their f
Edward Gimmi dreams in pastels, watercolors and charcoal.
And today, the 72-year-old retired mechanical designer will live out his dream when he walks with the graduating class at Rowan University.
Gary J. Hunter, 56, a history professor at Rowan University who was an honorary Nigerian chief and a specialist on the African American experience in South Jersey, died Monday in an automobile acciden
Gary Hunter, a Rowan University professor and the school's leading expert on African-American studies, died Monday in a multi-vehicle crash on a Delaware highway.
Hunter, 56, an associate professor
The Rowan University campus buzzed with the sound of construction workers Thursday, even as a light rain fell.
On one side of the campus, the student center was getting a modern, state-of-the-art f
Rowan University plans to spend $25.5 million to build 110 townhomes to relieve its overcrowded dormitories.
Rowan President Donald Farish said Tuesday the new townhomes, which will be built on a w