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Using more than four tons of canned soup, a group of Rowan University students recently sculpted a giant Libert Bell that will help feed some of the area's hungry this winter.

Rowan recently hoste

A group of Rowan University engineering students on Friday showed off what might be the future of New Jersey State Police cars.

This unfinished police prototype vehicle--a sleek black 2000 Ford Cro

Business/Inheritence: Inductotherm Industries
Title: Chairman and CEO
Age: 78
Home: Rancocas
Personal: Widowed; one child

His name is so familiar because in 1992 he gave $100 million to what us

By Denise Jewell, Staff Writer,

GLASSBORO -- New Jersey Transit is extending its service to Rowan University.

State officials announced Wednesday that they are rerouting t

Glassboro-- Jay Accorsi's business card still reads " assistant football coach," and his cubicle-sized office only recently added its first desktop computer.

Lunch is prepared each day on a weathe

Rowan University athletic director Joy Reighn has been selected Administrator of the Year buy the Collegiate Athletic Administrators of New Jersey (CAANJ).

In June, Reighn was also named the Northe

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff

GLASSBORO--A grant will help two Rowan University engineering professors hunt for better ways to measure how much our wastewater

Glassboro-- Over a hundred people gathered in Rowan University's Bozorth Auditorium Monday night to witness their own history captured on film for the first time.

"Seabrook Farms Remembered," a doc

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff

GLASSBORO--Two Rowan University engineering students are working to help in the fight against breast cancer.

Lyndsay Burd, a j

By DIANE D?AMICO Education Writer, (609) 272-7241

GLASSBORO - Back in 1998 Rowan University officials decided that a quality state college can't grow on state funds and tuition alone. Quietly they


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