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By Jessica Driscoll
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County college officials are thrilled at the prospect of a seamless transition for students transferring to four-year institutions thanks to a new law th

By Jessica Beym
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Ten years after drug charges cost him his job as a Rowan University groundskeeper, Richard Holland a known advocate for disabled people is allowed to be reinstat

By JONATHAN VIT
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EGG HARBOR TWP. -- The Atlantic City International Airport's new video surveillance equipment comes battle-tested.

It's a military grade vehicle inspection sys

By MICHELLE J. LEE

It's back-to-school season and hundreds of students are starting a new academic year. While there are dozens of college guides and handbooks to help freshmen and other students a

By ROBERT S. FLEMING

As we approach the six-year anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, the tragic images of that horrific day remain etched in our minds and as scars within our souls.

While many of us

By Jessica Beym
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Dozens of local merchants set up shop Friday on the Rowan University student center patio to hand out slices of pizza, bags of goodies, coupons and fliers in hop

Every year colleges send out lists of items students should bring with them to college.

Rowan University added a small list of things students should definitely not bring.

Most of them might see

By Siobhan A. Counihan scounihan@sjnewsco.com

Using sponges, paintbrushes and an array of paints, a group of 10 incoming Rowan University freshman brought a splash of color to the Mother's Arms Day

The Rowan University Foundation has been awarded a three-year, $295,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through its New Jersey Health Initiatives program to help women in residential dru

By Stephanie Brown
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Dr. Michael Grove disappeared into the dense, tall grass along the Maurice River to retrieve a dark blue Fiddler crab no larger than a golf ball.

Holding

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