College of Communication & Creative Arts

Rowan Radio will host three political debates in October. All debates will be broadcast live on 89.7 WGLS-FM and on the Internet at http://wgls.rowan.edu/. Following is the schedule:

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On the morning of September 11, 2001, a team of video journalists went into the streets of New York City. Over the next 24 hours, they captured the horror and human drama of the unfolding tragedy.

Glassboro ? Chairman of Rowan?s Journalism and Creative Writing department and Associate Professor Carl Hausman will participate in the second annual World?s Largest Writing Workshop at Deptford

Glassboro ? Chairman of Rowan?s Journalism and Creative Writing department and Associate Professor Carl Hausman will participate in the second annual World?s Largest Writing Workshop at Deptford

Glassboro ? Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce President Ira Shaffer will join WGLS-FM as the new host of the weekly public affairs program, A Community Affair, beginning September 10, 2001 at 5:00

When the back-to-school bell rings in September, students once again will focus on the fabled three R's?readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic?in their studies. With society's demand that everyone should p

Rowan University?s Board of Trustees approved the appointment of George Thottam as the dean of the College of Communication at its Wednesday, June 20 meeting. Thottam comes to Rowan from Iona College

At least four mothers and daughters will be among the approximate 2,300 students eligible for graduation on May 11 from Rowan University.

The family graduates are:

Maryanne V. Ambrose and her da

Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM will air a special presentation of Johann Sebastian Bach?s Magnificat on Sunday, May 27 at 11:30 a.m., immediately prior to the Rowan University Concert Series.

The

Rowan University?s College of Communication awarded five distinguished alumni awards and the fifth annual Dean?s Award for Excellence in Communication at the Annual College of Communication Awards Ban

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