Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Rowan student journalists to cover Democratic National Convention 2016 in Philly
It’s an opportunity that many lifelong journalists never get to experience – coverage of a national presidential convention.
Rowan University has appointed Amy Barraclough as the director of the Fredric and Jean Edelman Planetarium in Science Hall. She replaces founding director Keith Johnson, who retired after 12 years at Rowan.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Edelman Planetarium at Rowan University will offer one final special observing open house on Wednesday, June 1, starting at 8 p.m. and going to at least 10 p.m.
In a Commencement address that referenced the philosophies of Presidents Franklin Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan and Founding Father Alexander Hamilton – as well as a rap from the popular and celebrated hip-hop musical “Hamilton” about his life – Nicholas Paleologos challenged graduates of the College of Communication & Creative Arts and the College of Performing Arts to think big, take chances and do great things.
During the week of May 9, more than 2,800 students are walking across the stage as they celebrate their graduation from Rowan University during Commencement Week. Find coverage of each ceremony here.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM has won three programming and production awards in the 22nd annual Communicator Awards presented by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts.
Shatoyah Best never knew her father and never had a good relationship with her mother. She was born premature and expected by her delivering doctor never to walk.
With a business mindset, management and entrepreneurship major Carly Samuels led student initiatives that raised more than $100,000 for six charities in just two years.
The College of Communication & Creative Arts (CCCA) held its fourth annual Student Awards Ceremony and Showcase April 16, a celebration of crea
Film professor Jonathan Olshefski’s ten-year movie project documenting the life of a North Philadelphia family will soon come to PBS. Now in post-production, Olshefski’s Quest: the Fury and the Sound, has been awarded a post-production grant through The Independent Television Service (ITVS), which funds, presents, and promotes documentaries and dramas on public television and cable, often for PBS.