Farewell, Readers

My Online Journalism I class has come to an end and I’d like to thank you for viewing and commenting. The likes and comments are truly appreciated and I am extremely glad to have entertained and interested you all. Exploring Glassboro and attending the events it has to offer has been wonderful and eye-opening. There is a strong sense of community here, even if many Rowan students don’t experience it.

So my advice: go out and interact with the wonderful people that comprise the non-student population, go to the many events Glassboro and Rowan host, search for those quirky little oddities that make a place unique.

Glassboro may not be on par in terms of size with some other college towns, but that doesn’t mean it is not special nor worth exploring. This town is teeming with awesome people and great establishments, with many more to come. Don’t consider Glassboro just a waypoint, truly make it your home away from home.

Here are some links to my favorite posts:

An Interview with Jeffrey Norcross

The Boro through the Eyes of a Student

Glassboro Hosts Craft Fair

For Autumn

Experiencing the Tunnel of Oppression


I hope to continue to make posts but on a less frequent basis, so check back!



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