An alleged assault on a College student in her off-campus home early Sunday caused Ewing Township Police to alert College officials, who sent out a mass e-mail notifying students of an “attempted rape and robbery.” The timely warning, sent to students on Sunday around 2:45 p. […]
Environment-friendly has also proved wallet-friendly for the College’s Municipal Land Use Center.
The center received $170,000 this month from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, which kicked off the new year by doling out grants to 63 state organizations. […]
Sodexho, sorry, Sodexo is here to stay, again, of course.
Some of us may remember when we heard this news for the first time back in 2005. At that time, it was a surprise that the College was keeping Sodexo, but this time, no one should be shocked.
The infamous food provider is a staple here and probably will be for a long, long time. […]
TUESDAY, 8 p.m. – A male student whose name was not released by Campus Police was apparently struck by a car while crossing the street between the Towers and Townhouses South around 7 p.m. today.
Several Campus Police officers and a paramedic unit arrived on the scene and transported the student to the hospital. […]
In our Feb. 13 edition, I wrote an editorial expressing my disbelief that Senior Week would actually happen this year.
But Senior Week is back thanks to the senior class council. It got more than 300 seniors signed up to participate and a host of new events. […]
The family of John Fiocco Jr. filed a lawsuit in the state Superior Court in Gloucester County Monday alleging the College and others failed to secure hazardous areas of Fiocco’s Wolfe Hall dormitory.
The wrongful death lawsuit claims the College did not “provide a safe and secure residence and learning environment. […]
Senior Week is on. again. for now.
This year’s senior class council, in an effort to revive the infamous tradition, has made many admirable changes to Senior Week this year. The event is coming back, hopefully, bigger and better. It is scheduled to include events like a champagne toast with College President R. […]
When I joined the band, I was but a humble bassist.
In minutes, I went from bassist to lead guitarist to drummer. A short-lived stint as the group’s vocalist followed before I returned to the familiar territory of the guitar. My journey toward rock greatness included arguments over song choice, dramatic hair styles and accusing glares at the drummer. […]
The College Republicans plan to kick off the holiday season tonight with a party, but not everyone is in the Christmas spirit.
To advertise its Christmas party, the College Republicans hung up signs in residence halls that some students deemed offensive. The signs advertise a “College Republicans Holiday Party,” but the word “Holiday” is crossed out and replaced with “Christmas. […]
Rowan University, along with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and others, is offering a $50,000 reward for information relating to the death of a Rowan student who was robbed and assaulted on the campus.
According to sources quoted by the Associated Press, Donald Farrell, 19, of Boonton, and some friends were headed to an apartment complex on the Glassboro school’s campus at about 9:15 p. […]
Sure, you can snake dance while rocking out to “Sweet Child of Mine” on expert, but are you heroic enough to take on Slash in a head-to-head shred-off? “Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock” will give you a chance to prove if you’re gamer enough.
“GH3,” released on Oct. […]
To most people, staying awake on energy drinks and C-store snacks for 24 consecutive hours in the basement of Kendall Hall doesn’t sound too appealing.
But for WTSR station manager Pat Lavery, sleep-deprivation was a small price to pay in order to honor the memory of senior communication studies major Matthew Wasser and help out the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation in the process. […]
The yearbook is on.
That’s the message the current staff of The Seal, the College’s yearbook, is projecting this year as they put last year’s problems behind them.
“We are right on schedule,” Amanda Burd, junior communication studies major and editor-in-chief of The Seal, said. […]