College of Communication & Creative Arts

College of Communication & Creative Arts

Four Rowan University seniors have produced a documentary that tells the story of a young Navy quartermaster's journey through some of the most pivotal moments of World War II. Now, the 20-minute documentary, Change of Tides: The William Roberts Story, will debut on Friday, Jan. 16, at Flemington DIY, 90 Main Street, Flemington. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The screening starts at 7 p.m. Admission is free. An informal question-and-answer session with the filmmakers will follow the screening.

With an office painted turquoise blue, science and art books stacked on bookshelves, and sculptures and figurines piled high on the shelf opposite her desk, Amanda S.

Titled “Knowledge is Power,” a new, $1 million bronze sculpture by world-renowned artist Zenos Frudakis will be unveiled during a ceremony on Friday, Nov. 21, at 1:30 p.m. outside James Hall, the home of Rowan’s College of Education.

It’s not Sundance. Yet. But stay tuned.

On Oct. 25 the Rowan University community celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the founding of Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM during an event that was truly golden.

In what was the biggest, most ambitious Homecoming celebration in University history, Rowan alumni, students, faculty, staff and Glassboro community members came out in full force for PROFtoberfest 2014.
PROFtoberfest, Rowan's largest Homecoming celebration ever, resembled a giant family reunion as an estimated 3,000 people—alumni, students, faculty and staff—came together on campus. More than 1,600 alumni officially pre-registered for the whirlwind weekend.

So, you love to write and think maybe, just maybe, you could be the next John Green, Suzanne Collins, or Stephen King.

The accolades just keep on coming for Rowan’s department of Radio, Television & Film (RTF) and the latest are seven shiny Emmy awards for RTF alumni.

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