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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-Diversion, half-truths, manipulated statistics and confusing fine
print are increasingly being used to manipulate our buying and voting
habits, claims Carl

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

If you're planning stories for Black History Month, the following Rowan
professors may be good resources for you on the topics outlined.

Gary Hunter

Glassboro- Edward Ziegler, director of communications at Rowan
University, and Lori Marshall, director of university publications, captured
awards in the Internationa

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

Glassboro-Rowan University has appointed Dr. Christy Faison, of Glassboro, as the associate provost for academic affairs and named Dr. Carol Sharp, of Harrison Township, the associate dean for the Col

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

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