ProfStyle: Jenny Hovell

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“I would describe my style as dumpster grunge chic. Things on sale, things my mom or sister or grandma are getting rid of. I love layering, dark tones and anything high waisted. Definitely since I’ve come to college I’ve started wearing whatever makes me happy. And I look good!”

Jenny Hovell, a junior Art and Law & Justice double major from Blairstown, NJ (Warren County).

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How One Student Uses Skills Learned at Rowan to Fight Crime

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Do you think you have what it takes to work at a prosecutor’s office? Well check out senior computing and informatics major Diane Nealon’s perspective on interning at the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office (OCPO), where she assists the High Technology Crime Unit in providing law enforcement agencies in the county with tools to assist with investigating […]

#PROFspective: Law & Justice Major Anthony Young

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Today we speak with Anthony Young, a sophomore law and justice major from Sicklerville, Camden County, who lives on campus in Edgewood Apartments. Anthony will share his #PROFspective with us on what it’s like to be a Rowan University student and how he’s getting the most out of his college experience as a Rowan Prof.  […]

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