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Glassboro, NJ–Freshmen arriving on Rowan University's campus on Saturday, Sept. 3, will
have a choice between going to wild off campus parties or wild on-campus parties, the latter

The Society of Professional Journalists has selected Rowan Radio, 89.7
WGLS-FM as the winner of the 1999 Mark of Excellence (MOE) Award for
outstanding student journalism in the cate

In New Jersey elementary schools, every child gets at least 45 minutes of reading instruction
every day. Very often, children spend a great deal more than 45 minutes reading daily. But,

Glassboro, NJ – Rowan University is a step closer to creating a technology business
incubator in Gloucester County. The New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology
awarded

Glassboro, NJ–The Rowan University Foundation elected its 2000-01 officers at its annual
reorganization meeting on August 9. The officers are Ed Sutor, chair; Bob Hoey, vice chair;

Glassboro, NJ–In only two months time, contractors have retrofitted 13 Rowan University
dormitories and apartment buildings with sprinkler systems. The $1.9 million project makes

Dr. Ronald K. Butcher, executive director of the Education Institute at
Rowan University, has been appointed to a new term as a member of the
N.J. State Board of Education. Butcher w

Rowan Radio, 89.7 WGLS-FM will air Gloucester County Prosecutor Andy
Yurick’s Thursday, August 3, 2000, Crime, Courts and the Law radio
program live from the 26th Annual North

WHO: The Education Institute and Educational Leadership Department at Rowan
University

WHAT: will hold the 2000 Summer Institute for Principals, Matching Community and

WHO: 150 middle and high school-aged students primarily from the City
of Camden who are participants in Rowan University’s Creating Higher
Aspirations and Motivation Program (C

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