Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

The Spring 2019 season is rich with dance, music, theatre, and visual art programming from the College of Performing Arts and Rowan University Art Gallery.
Alumnus Phil Davis was among journalists honored as Time Magazine's Persons of the Year
Alumnus Phil Davis is part of the Capital Gazette staff who were among journalists honored as Time's Persons of the Year.
As the season for interviewing for jobs and internships heats up, Rowan President Ali A. Houshmand is launching a 100-day challenge to fill the University’s Suit Our Students Career Closet with professional attire.
Close to 100 people left Rowan University for Mars recently, and almost another 100 watched them blast off from Glassboro for a journey through the universe. That’s figurative, of course.
Rowan University’s College of Communication & Creative Arts, which for decades has offered a popular and ever-growing major
Rowan Professor Nancy Ohanian wins Berryman Award for editorial cartooning.
The National Press Foundation has announced that Rowan Professor Nancy Ohanian, whose syndicated political illustrations publish in some 250 newspapers each week, has won the
For the sixth consecutive year, Rowan University will honor veterans and active duty service personnel with a weeklong series of special programming and events.
Dr. John Giannini interviews George Raveling in Tohill Theater Oct. 30
Sometimes, you just have to ask. That was one of many life lessons that George Raveling, keeper of the sole, original copy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, imparted during an appearance in Rowan’s Tohill Theater Oct. 30.
ESPN is coming to Rowan University’s campus on Saturday, Nov. 3, to recognize Rowan Unified Sports as one of the most elite and successful Unified Sports programs in the nation.
Coaching legend, activist and voracious reader George Raveling
Rowan University, which this semester launched the Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact, will host a discus