Prof Style: Gwyneth Sanchez

Gwen out front in the snow standing in front of brick with snow
Gwen out front in the snow standing in front of brick with snow

“My style changes and I always go for trendy stuff. I describe my style as modern streetwear in a way, it’s always different but, I usually go towards neutral tones and you never see me in bright colors.”

Transfer student Gwyneth Sanchez, junior, adverting major, from Pleasantville (Atlantic County), New Jersey

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Story and photography by:
Edris Forde, junior radio/TV/film major

Tatiyana’s Home Away From Home: Science Hall [Video]

Tatiyana sitting inside the science hall in front of planetarium

First generation college student Tatiyana Stubbs, a sophomore bioinformatics and community health double major who commutes from Millville, NJ (Cumberland County) feels most home at Science Hall studying or working on assignments in a lab.

Video by: Edris Forde, junior radio, TV & film major and Vanessa Vause, senior public relations and theatre double major

Music by: Louis Testa, sophomore music composition major

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TRANSFERmation Tuesday: Sam Brodhecker

Sam posing outside of Barnes & Nobles.

Meet transfer student Sam Brodhecker, a junior psychology major from Roxbury, NJ (Morris County) who lives in 220 Rowan Boulevard.

How has a faculty or staff member here helped to connect you with the next step for your career?

“When I first came to Rowan, I thought that I would experience difficulty in my educational and professional journey because I wasn’t aware of all the resources Rowan had, nor could I take advantage of them. However, after meeting with my advisor Megan Kately before the semester began, we discussed in depth my plan for my future at Rowan. She gave me resources for clubs, discussed concentrations I could focus in, and overall presented me with ample opportunities to get involved and I am very thankful for that.”

Tell us about your transition into Rowan. 

“I was nervous to transfer, but immediately felt welcomed and at home once I moved down to Glassboro. I was excited to continue my education journey at a school I have always loved. Additionally, I was nervous about my classes, but was blessed with great professors and a functional schedule, which has helped my adjustment to Rowan tremendously.” 

And lastly, why Rowan?

“I chose to transfer to Rowan University because of the professional opportunities they provide. My sister, an alumni of Rowan, has succeeded in her professional career, and attributes many of her successful opportunities to Rowan. I am excited to see what Rowan has in store for me!” 

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Story and photography by:
Alyssa Bauer, junior public relations major

(Weekly) Daily Dish – Healthy Pancakes

Pancakes are great, but healthy pancakes are even better—especially when there’s only two ingredients needed for the recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 banana

Directions:

  1. Crack eggs in bowl, break up banana in the same bowl, and mash with a fork.Close up of the cracked eggs and broken banana in a bowl.
  2.  Pour mix into a medium sized pan on a medium heat. Flip after a few minutes or when the bottom is lightly browned.
    Pancake mix being poured into a pan.
    Cooking pancakes.
    I love adding fresh fruit to my pancakes! This time, I chose blueberries.
  3. Once both sides are browned, the pancakes are done!
    Plated pancaked being drizzled with syrup.
    Dust with cinnamon and add syrup for extra flavor!

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    Story and photography by: Alyssa Bauer, junior public relations major

Faculty PROFile: Joseph Higgins [VIDEO]

Professor Higgins conducting the ensemble on stage in Pfleeger Hall

Meet Professor Joseph Higgins, a professor and musician who strives to inspire curiosity, creativity, and understanding through art. 

In 2015, Professor Higgins joined Rowan’s faculty with the College of Performing Arts. He conducts the student wind ensembles, teaches courses in conducting and trains students who hope to be future music teachers.

“For the young musicians who love creating new things, who crave the power and connection of ensemble performance, who want to use their art to be a positive influence in their communities, this is exactly where they should be.”

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Video by: Vanessa Vause, senior public relations and theatre double major

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