Then & Now: Historic Campus Photos Recreated for Rowan University’s Centennial [VIDEO]

Black and white photo of two girls on bicycles outside a dorm.

The more we change, the more we stay the same; we remain student-centered, 100 years later Founded in 1923, Rowan University celebrates its 100th anniversary – its centennial – in 2023. To mark the occasion, reflect on our past – with a view toward our future – we present a collection of historic campus photos […]

Change is Good (Even When It’s Your Major)

Prof mascot playing with kids.

One Student Shares How She Found Her True Path by Changing Her Major at Rowan University Meghan Tynan, a senior advertising and public relations double major from West Caldwell, NJ (Essex County) shares her personal journey of self-discovery, leaving her childhood dream behind and embracing a newfound passion. Miss Tynan, a dream I had since […]

My Favorite Places to Eat at Rowan University

Holly Point Dinning Hall.

A Campus Resident’s Insight on Food at Rowan Carly Del Borrello, a junior public relations major from Williamstown, NJ (Gloucester County) shares this first-person perspective about dining options on campus.  One of the most intimidating parts about choosing a college is researching the food options on campus. Let’s be realistic, food is a deciding factor. […]

National NJ Day: Are You From North, South, or Central Jersey?

Five students walk and talk on campus.

Rowan Blog contributor, Public Relations major and student athlete Natalie DePersia touches upon the common debate between North, South, and Central Jersey. The debate about North, South, and Central Jersey is somewhat silly until your friends and even acquaintances get quite annoyed on your opinion. Being from South Jersey my entire life, I believe a […]

Profs Abroad: Stephanie in Paris (and Other Parts of France)

Stephanie wears glasses and a red beret smiling at the camera with a green forest in the background.

Today we speak with Stephanie Ibe, who graduated in the Spring of 2020 and majored in Biological Sciences with a minor in French and an Honors and Pre-med concentration. Stephanie stayed in Le Havre, France for seven months while working as a teaching assistant through the TAPIF Program. Stephanie comes from Franklin Park, NJ in […]

20 Questions With Autumn [VIDEO]

Autumn stands in the Student Center.

Psychology major Autumn Vilchez-Cruz shares what it’s really like to be a Prof, while answering 20 quick questions. As we walk through campus to the Wellness Center, Autumn answers questions about her major, on-campus jobs, and leadership positions. Like what you see?LEARN MORE Video by: Adam Clark, senior Radio/TV/Film major Max Morgan, senior Radio/TV/Film major

Celebrating Earth Day | 10 Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Impact

rowan university water bottle on the beach

Today’s story is from Dominique Fiorentino, a junior public relations major from Washington Township, NJ (Gloucester County) who rents a house off-campus with friends. Living a greener lifestyle is something everyone should aspire to become better at. Reducing your carbon impact, creating less waste, and focusing on sustainability – all of this is much easier […]

Women’s Ice Hockey Team Invites Us to Practice [VIDEO]

Danielle Felicioli, a junior from Glen Rock, NJ (Bergen County) and Erin Campbell, a sophomore from Jackson, NJ (Ocean County) give us an inside look into the Rowan women’s ice hockey team during their practice. Like what you see? Come visit us!LEARN MORE Video by:Nicole Cier, senior writing arts major Music by:Donald DeWitt, junior music […]

PROF Pets: Zazu

Rowan Owl statue, near where Ben and Zazu's photos were taken

Meet Zazu!  Name: Zazu Breed: Golden Retriever Age: 1 year old Likes: rolling in dirt and mud, being pet and cuddled, playing with other pups, and taking naps! Dislikes: when people fly by on skateboards — too loud! “Zazu is a Seeing Eye puppy, and I’m in the Seeing Eye organization of Gloucester County. I’m […]

What Profs are Listening To: Dan Ryan

“I’ve been a huge Taylor Swift fan since I was in eighth grade. I skipped my high school prom to see her! I’ve even met her twice.” Dan Ryan, a junior transfer marketing major who commutes from Williamstown, N.J. (Gloucester County) and is a first generation college student. Like what you see? Come visit us! VISIT […]

How to: Decorate for the Holidays on a College Budget

The holidays should be full of decorations, unhealthy food, family/friends and A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra playing in the background. For me, decorating for the holidays is more enjoyable than actually celebrating them … but holiday decorations aren’t college-budget-friendly. However, when in doubt, go to the dollar store! I upgraded my dorm this holiday […]

20 Minute Radius: Philly Fringe Festival 2018

Lover of the arts? It’s the time of year again to take the 20 minute drive to Philly to binge watch some of the most unique and captivating theatrical experiences around. During the month of September, hundreds and hundreds of performances will be put on throughout Philadelphia, bringing thrilling and never-before-seen shows to students like […]