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Glassboro-The Internet can be a helpful tool for job seekers -- including
college students nearing graduation -- but it needs to be used properly.

Lori Block, as

Glassboro-The Internet can be a helpful tool for job seekers -- including
college students nearing graduation -- but it needs to be used properly.

Lori Block, as

Glassboro-The Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Philosophy and
Religion Department, the Liberal Studies Program at Rowan University will
host Picturing Faith,

Glassboro- Kim Ha is a contemporary version of the American Dream.

She immigrated to the United States from Vietnam in 1993. Today, she
lives in Camden with

Glassboro-A documentary team of seven Radio/TV/Film students at Rowan University
who chronicled a piece of forgotten history and created a tribute to a special group of World

Glassboro-Sammy Pepper Bonavita, of Mt. Ephraim, will celebrate his 30th year as an on-air personality for Rowan University's radio station, Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM on Dec. 31, helping the sta

A Rowan University luncheon lecture featuring Jim Florio speaking on The changing South Jersey economy and its impact on higher education on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 11:30 - 1 p.m. Student Center Bal

Glassboro-More than 20 students at Rowan University may make the difference in the lives of their peers, professors and others on campus, and that is more than a philosophical statement. These young a

Students and staff from local schools, including Rowan University, will help clean streets in Glassboro
during Make A Difference Day on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 9 a.

The African American Studies Program at Rowan will host its First Fall Colloquium, including sessions open to the public, on October 18 in Room 221 of the Student

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