“There was always a way to stay busy as a BDJ student. Whether it was interning, shooting, editing and tracking a package, cutting together a resume reel or writing online stories, there was never a dull moment in Newhouse.” Waldy Diez graduated with a master of arts in broadcast & digital journalism in 2015. Diez … More Alumni story: Waldy Diez ’15
Originally from the Dean Blog By Brittany Tattnall If you have ever tuned into Rowan Radio-WGLS at 7:00 a.m. for The Early Bird Special, then you’ve heard the energetic yet inviting voice of Waldy Diez.
President Obama touted early in his fifth State of the Union Address this year would be a “year of action” by explaining how the programs he plans on improving have already benefited citizens.
Originally from the Courier-Post The Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Building was alive on Tuesday with the buzz of about 60 people chosen from thousands of applicants who explained in 140 characters or less why they wanted to see and live tweet President Barack Obama’s fifth State of the Union address.
Originally from the Courier Post Written with Joe Cooney VOORHEES — The original Ritz Center multiplex in Voorhees is getting another makeover.
Originally from the Courier Post COLLINGSWOOD — Camden County has turned to chemical warfare in its battle to clean up Newton Lake.
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf COLLINGSWOOD — Talk about a sidewalk sale: Drivers are getting a break from parking fees in the Haddon Avenue business district in Collingswood.
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf PENNSAUKEN — The Camden County Freeholders allocated more than $4 million Thursday for more renovations as work continues to revitalize the 346-acre Cooper River Park. “The park was in desperate need of renovation,” said Freeholder Jeffrey Nash, liaison to the county Parks and Recreation Department.
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf COLLINGSWOOD – From Philadelphia to the Great Wall of China, Camden native Kimberly Camp has led a culturally rich life, and she is going to share it with the public. Camp was at the epicenter of the controversial move that brought the Barnes Foundation to Philadelphia
Originally from the Courier Post COLLINGSWOOD – Plans to continue the Newton Lake cleanup have been suspended, says Camden County spokesman Dan Keashen. This suggestion comes from Princeton Hydro, the company in charge of removing the algae from the lake. The company began the operation last month.