New Jersey State Senator Cory Booker recently joined WGLS-FM News Director Melissa Friend to discuss the troubling trend of student loans and Hobby Lobby.
You can catch the interview in its entirety by visiting Rowan Radio’s podcasts page at wgls.rowan.edu.
Rowan University Football begins its journey back to the NCAA playoffs tonight in the season opener against Widener University at 7 p.m. on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM.
The Profs, ranked #15 in the nation according to D3Football.com start the ’14 campaign as the defending New Jersey Athletic Conference champions and will look to successfully defend their crown to earn an automatic bid back to the NCAA tournament.
Online Dating producers Alyssa Sansone and Ellen Hardy at last May’s Garden State Journalists Association dinner.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM received a pair of finalist nominations in two national student competitions this week.
Online Dating: There’s an App for That?, a documentary analyzing the burgeoning popularity of online dating, earned finalist recognition in the Best Documentary category from College Broadcasters Incorporated.
Saturday Night at the Oldies host Matty K recently spoke with music legend Johnny Mathis about his career.
The interview, which can be heard on an upcoming edition of Saturday Night at the Oldies, includes Mathis discussing his early life, his appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show and shares the stories behind some of his biggest hits.
Coming up Wednesday evening at 5:30 on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM, host Erica Milbourne chats with Dr. Maya Angelou on the African American Profile.
World renown author and poet Dr. Maya Angelou stopped by the African American Profile last spring to conduct one of her final interviews prior to her passing last May.
Rowan Radio salutes 50 years of operation at the WGLS-FM 50th Anniversary Celebration, which will take place on Saturday, October 25 at 6 p.m. in Rowan University’s Eynon Ballroom.
Throughout the evening, we will celebrate and pay homage to those who have helped turn Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM into one of nation’s top college radio stations.
Plus, the 2014 WGLS-FM Hall of Fame class will be honored for their contributions and service to WGLS-FM and to the Glassboro State College and Rowan University community.
To register for the WGLS-FM 50th Anniversary Celebration, please visit alumni.rowan.edu.
Thanks to a donation from Glassboro State College graduate Lynne (Cooper) Hartshorn (Class of ’66), Rowan Radio unearthed what is possibly the earliest remaining piece of audio from the 50-year history of WGLS-FM.
Aired back on May 3, 1965, WGLS-FM featured “Educational Forum”, a show focused on keeping listeners updated on changes and events in education.