In the Media
In the Media
Glassboro High School's Class of 2003 will find themselves in college even before they turn their tassels.
For the first time in the school's history, Principal Santina Haldeman said commencement e
GLASSBORO -- The first few hours of college Wednesday went pretty smoothly for Andrew Greve.
The Glassboro High School senior was one of more than 1,200 future Rowan University freshmen who will t
GLASSBORO --With a torn up football field and plans to tear the seats from the auditorium this weekend, Glassboro High School administrators had nowhere to hold graduation this year.
CAMDEN -- Kings, queens and knights were the main attraction at Rowan University's Camden Campus as more than 50 middle school, high school and college students battled to become chess wizards on Satu
A foundation based in Cherry Hill will establish a $25,000 scholarship program at Rowan University to help single parents in financial need pay for books.
The Lauren Rose Albert Foundation has mad
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 - 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
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