In an effort to encourage reading among children and families, Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM will air The Rowan Radio Magic Hat Storytime program, which will premier on Sunday, June 1. The show will run
College of Communication & Creative Arts
Dr. David Hutto, host of the monthly radio program ?Writers? Roundtable? on Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM, will have as a special guest this month Dr. Roger Allen, an expert in Arabic literature from the
The National Writing Project site at Rowan University has extended its application date to May 30, 2003 for those K-college teachers interested in applying for the Summer Invitational Institute. The S
Students in the Video Documentary course at Rowan University will hold premieres for two documentaries that take long, hard looks at the world we live in on Wednesday, May 14, at 7 p.m. in Bozorth Aud
GLASSBORO ? The Institute of International Education (IIE) awarded Cassandra
Young of Berlin, the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Award
for Study Abroad.
Young, a public relatio
Manayunk Art Center (MAC) located at 419 Green Lane (rear) is offering a special poetry program, Haiku and the Japanese Muse: Marilyn Hazleton, Toni Libro and Ann Michael lead a Round Table Open Re
The Rowan University chapter of Women In Communications (WIC), in association with the Student Activities Board (SAB), is bringing ?Angry Jellow Bubbles? to Pfleeger Concert Hall in Wilson Hall on F
Glassboro?Rowan University?s student-run newspaper, The Whit, nabbed four awards in the 2002 Better College Newspaper Contest, sponsored by the New Jersey Press Association.
The Whit took second p
Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM, the radio station of Rowan University, will air a five-part documentary series titled ?Are You There America? It?s Me, God? from Monday, April 28, though Friday, May 2, at
Actor Bob Hegyes (Welcome Back Kotter, Cagney and Lacey) will return to his alma mater, Rowan University, to address communication and theater students on Thursday, April 17 (from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.