TRAC’s Second Annual Juried Exhibit

to The Rowan Arts Collective Second Annual Juried Exhibit

The Rowan Arts Collective will be holding our annual exhibition of Rowan University student artwork. All Rowan University students may submit up to two (2) works of visual art (2D or 3D) that were created either in or outside of class for consideration by our professional juror with no submission fee. Once we have all works submitted by the deadline, we will have our juror decide which works to include in the exhibit and choose three specific works to be awarded the titles of Best In Show, Runner Up, and Second Runner Up, each with their own corresponding prize to be awarded by The Rowan Arts Collective. The exhibit will be held in the Chamberlain Student Center Room 221 with an opening reception on Thursday, April 9th from 7:00 p.m.  to 10:30 p.m.  This is a great opportunity for Rowan students to have their works critiqued by a professional artist and possibly have that work displayed in an exhibition.

Submission Deadline: March 27th 

To access the submission form, please email

WGLS-FM Program Wins Best of the Best Award


by Derek Jones, WGLS Station Manager

NJBA_LOGO_1A Community Affair, a part of Rowan Radio’s weekly news and public affairs programming, received recognition from the New Jersey Broadcasters Association during the organization’s annual convention in Atlantic City on Wednesday.

The 30-minute show, hosted by WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Jackson Baird, earned an award in the student division for Best Public Affairs in NJBA’s Best of the Best competition.

The winning entry featured a preview of the special election for a vacant seat in the New Jersey Senate between Cory Booker and Steve Lonegan last October. Also, longtime political analyst Harry Hurley joined Baird to offer his thoughts on the race.

Previously, the Broadcast Education Association and Philadelphia Press Association honored the show in national and regional competitions respectively.

NJBA’s Best of the Best competition annually salutes the best in New Jersey radio and television.

Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM is in its 50th year of broadcasting and has won 242 regional and national awards.

Congratulations to Jackson and WGLS!

Two WGLS-FM Programs Win Local Awards

by Derek Jones, Station Manager, WGLS-FM

Two Rowan Radio programs received first place in the annual Philadelphia Press Association competition on Tuesday.

“Online Dating: There’s an App for That?” garnered first-place honors in the competition’s Radio Enterprise Reporting category. Produced by Ellen Hardy and Alyssa Sansone, the documentary about online dating’s popularity also previously received award nods from the Communicator Awards, Garden State Journalists Association, and the Hermes Awards.

Elsewhere, A Community Affair, hosted by WGLS-FM Public Affairs Director Jackson Baird, won first place for Radio Feature. Baird’s interview previewed last fall’s New Jersey Senate race between candidates Cory Booker and Steve Lonegan. The award-winning program also featured an interview with long-time political analyst Harry Hurley.

The Broadcast Education Association previously recognized the same program last February in the organization’s Festival of Media Arts competition.

The Philadelphia Press Association recognizes achievement in local print, radio, and television. Winners will be honored at an awards dinner on June 8 in Haddon Heights, New Jersey.

Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM, in its 50th year of broadcasting, has won 241 regional and national awards.