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By KATHY MATHESON, Courier-Post Staff

For her first issue as editor in chief of The Whit, the weekly student newspaper at Rowan University, Michelle Wetzel thought things were pretty much under con

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff

GLASSBORO
Local leaders are pondering how Rowan's planned South Jersey High-Technology Center will reshape their communities even as entrepreneurs and busine

By CHUCK DARROW, Courier-Post Staff

Rasheed Daniel left his New York City apartment the morning of Sept. 11 intending to spend his day filming puppies for an Animal Planet program.

Instead, the

By Diane D'Amico
Education Writer, (609)272-7241

It's going to be a bit more crowded on campus this year.

Both Rowan University and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey are squeezing s

Glassboro - Hoping to draw more Rowan University students to local businesses, Glassboro officials are trying to secure funding for a new road that would connect the downtown area with the school's ca

By WILLIAM H. SOKOLIC, Courier-Post Staff

Even before the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center towers, technology companies faced less-than-robust prospects for the immediate future. The burs

By Kaitlin Gurney, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF

GLASSBORO - Rowan University officials are calling a seven-month-old program to lure faculty to live in the borough as a "modest success."

In February

By GENE VERNACCHIO, Courier-Post Staff

GLASSBORO--Entrepreneurs, residents and government and business leaders will gather Oct. 5 at Rowan University to help shape the school's planned $15 million-

By ALAN GUENTHER, Courier-Post Staff

TRENTON--New Jersey residents will have a chance to question the Democratic and Republican candidates for governor on live television and radio in an unpreceden

By BARBARA GREEN, Staff Writer

Since Tuesday's attacks, some people have spent hours, eyes glued to the television
screen, watching unfathomable images of death and tragedy replay.

Some have h

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