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Charvas Singleton gains deeper professional insight through WDI program

Charvas Singleton died on June 15, 2019.

What was meant to be a simple cell phone purchase turned into a violent encounter, during which Singleton was shot five times. He spent four weeks in the hospital (one of which he was on life support), and he spent another two weeks in a rehabilitation facility. 

RCBC hosts Autumn Taste Fest to highlight seasonal flavors

Once Starbucks begins serving the pumpkin spice latte, it feels like pumpkin spice everything is unavoidable.

Founder of RCBC Environmental Club aims to protect clean water and air rights

If you’ve ever wondered why we have an Environmental Club at RCBC, look no further than alumna Hana Katz, who formed the group in 2017. Under her leadership, the club mobilized and became proactive in the local community.  

RCBC Foundation hosts Comedy Night featuring award-winning talent

Where can you find an accountant, a Grammy Award recipient and the winner of a funniest comic contest? Rowan College at Burlington County! 

Ben Bhojedat reenters workforce after completion of WDI program

(Photo Caption: Ben Bhojedat, as featured in our Transportation, Logistics and Distribution video.) 

Award-winning director Seth Kramer visits RCBC to screen latest documentary

Do you enjoy baseball? Stories about patriotism? Or tales of personal growth? 

Alumna finds new path and higher education career at RCBC

A little more than a decade ago, at the very last moment before fall classes started, Jenna Schellhas veered from her plans to join the military and enrolled at Rowan College at Burlington County.

RCBC student artist defies labels with his versatile body of work

When it comes to his artwork, Joshua Toritto prefers not to limit himself. He uses a variety of mediums, including watercolor, gouache, oil, marker, ink and acrylic. Because his portfolio is so diverse, people often ask him “is all of this yours?” 

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