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.
Ask anyone what the roads are like and I guarantee everyone will complain about potholes. They have been showing up lately due to the recent severe weather. Water will freeze in cracks, expanding the asphalt, which leads to the asphalt breaking and creating a pothole.
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and you may or may not have a significant other.
Group projects are great and awful at the same time. They give you a chance to meet and work with other students to create some type of presentation.
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.
Welcome back to classes at Rowan, or, if this is your first semester here, welcome, fellow Prof! I’m Waldy Diez, a three-and-a-half-year commuting veteran from Hammonton.
December is here and brings with it cold temperatures, icy roads and dangerous driving conditions.
Now that we are past the stress from midterms and headed into the last four weeks of the semester, professors are starting to assign final projects and term papers.
Commuting has a negative connotation. A lot of commuters I know say they come to class and leave. That doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. Here are four ways that can help you make Rowan your second home.
Back in the spring, I was looking to buy my first car and trade in my lovable 2006 Nissan Sentra. However, my car accident over the summer sped up that process. By August, my boyfriend and I successfully negotiated an affordable price for a brand new 2013 Kia Soul. I would just like to reiterate that cars … More Commuter Crossing: Buying your first car: part 2