Student Life

Glassboro-Rowan University will kick off the new school year with its annual Convocation ceremony on
Tuesday, September 14, at 11 a.m. in W. Clarke Pfleeger Concer

When students arrive on campus August 31 they?ll be faced with a difficult decision?go to wild all-night
parties off-campus or the wild all-night parties on-campus

The New Jersey Project has selected Stacey Blair, of Vincentown, as a student award winner in its Tenth Annual Student Achievement Awards for Excellence in Feminist Scholarship.

Blair, a history a

GLASSBORO?Rowan University's Student Government Association (SGA) will present a $6,000 check to the Glassboro Human Services Committee for its Food and Clothing Locker Fund at a SGA meeting on Monday

GLASSBORO--Bradley Summerville, a resident of Pitman, recently won the Delaware Valley Engineers'
Council award for the best undergraduate student paper. The Rowan University civil engineering m

GLASSBORO--The Astronomy Club at Rowan University will host a public lecture by Dr. Tom Bania, of
Boston University, on Limits to Growth: Colonization of the Milky Way, on Thursday, April 8,

GLASSBORO-Amol Shah, a resident of Glassboro, has been selected as the most outstanding student
member of the Philadelphia Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He

Rowan University senior English major Clarissa S. Beyah-Taylor, of Glassboro, was named an honorable
mention member of the 1999 All-USA College Academic Team sponsored by USA TODAY and several

Glassboro, NJ?Human rights activist Angela Davis will speak at Rowan University on Wednesday, Feb.
24, at 11 a.m. in the Student Center Ballroom. The African American History Month lecture is free a

Glassboro ? As part of the celebration of African American History Month at Rowan University, students will lead a discussion on the life of renowned author Carter G. Woodson and his importance in cre