A few years ago, neither Kathy Rozanski nor Kristen diNovi would have bet they would be participating in Rowan University’s third annual four-mile walk/run to raise money to fight breast cancer.
Rowan community runs laps, cuts hair and raises money to beat cancer.
Thirty-five volunteers—most of them students—who will shave their heads to raise funds for pediatric cancer research during St. Baldrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 27.
For five Saturdays between Feb. 18 and March 31, 60 Rowan students have played alongside 28 Special Olympics New Jersey (SONJ) athletes in a five-on-five, eight-team basketball league. Rowan’s Unified Sports club is the first program of this nature in New Jersey and the first officially in college club programs in the nation, according to SONJ.
Rowan students take on dark, award-winning Sondheim favorite.
"New" space in historic bank builds on Camden campus excitement.
From the handlebar to the fu manchu, the Rowan University community is going mad for mustaches to benefit the American Stroke Association.
Rowan University students are collecting used denim for "Cotton. From Blue to Green," a program which repurposes the material into home insulation.
A host of events are planned to mark Black History Month at Rowan University.
Zipcar program makes Rowan debut.