Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Sports CAM students meet Charles Barkley
Charles Barkley, NBA Hall of Famer, 11-time All-Star, 1991 league MVP, Emmy-award winning sports analyst, and a man formerly known as “The Round Mound of Rebound” addressed the Rowan University community Oct. 1.
Former NBA star Charles Barkley is coming to campus Oct. 1.
NBA great Charles Barkley will speak at Rowan’s Pfleeger Concert Hall Tuesday, Oct. 1, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Shakespeare's Hamlet is a highlight of the Rowan fall arts schedule
This Fall we are re-imagining classics, hosting musical virtuosos, building bridges across New Jersey cities through dance pageantry, examining the collective unconscious through self-portrait, a
Amy Barraclough, the director of the Fredric and Jean Edelman Planetarium, represented Rowan University on the international stage this summer through the Astronomy in Chile Educator Ambassadors Program (ACEAP).
Bionic model Rebekah Marine, who defied odds in the fashion industry and travels the world as a motivational speaker and advocate, is the recipient of the 2019 Distinguished Young Alumna Award.
RTF Assistant Professor Chris Winkler directs camera shots during a Phillies game Aug. 13.
An important part of the Phillies video crew, Rowan folks capture not only the game but all the candid shots, wide shots, kiss shots and fun shots for the giant stadium screen.
Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Neil Hartman
Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Neil Hartman has been named Rowan University’s new director of the Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact, filling a role started by founding director Dr. John Giannini, who became interim athletic director in June.
Olshefski with Christine’a, Christopher and PJ Rainey.
QUEST, a celebrated film by College of Communication & Creative Arts Associate Professor Jonathan Olshefski, is nominated for Emmy awards in the Best Documentary and Best Social Issue Documentary categories
Avid fans well know sports radio stars like Colin Cowherd, Angelo Cataldi and Stephen A. Smith. While no one can predict who the radio stars of tomorrow will be, two Rowan students stepped into the proverbial batter’s box this summer to take their best swing.
Undergrad Lucas Petrin explains his game to campers at Rowan's Fossil Park.
Inspired by experiences volunteering in the Jean & Ric Edelman Fossil Park at Rowan University, undergrad Lucas Petrin developed the card game Fossil Fracas: Not So Nice Age, as a sort of midpoint between two passions – the study of fossils, and a love of games.