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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?” 

Two sweet tart recipes to set a fall scene

October may be the month of Halloween, but fall always begins in September. Leaves change, kids prepare to go back-to-school and there is pumpkin EVERYTHING.

RCBC student designs unicorn T-shirt for bookstore

The Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) bookstore launched a new T-shirt designed by a student artist that portrays the college mascot Barry riding a unicorn.

RCBC alumna digs in to archaeological career

Sometimes life leads you down one path only to redirect toward another. That’s exactly what happened for Rowan College at Burlington County alumna Kristen LaPorte. 

RCBC student Wilson Baez leaves Dominican Republic to pursue American dream

Over 150 new Americans swore their allegiance to the United States during a Naturalization Ceremony held at Rowan College at Burlington County on September 13. Wilson Baez, a current RCBC student, happily stood among them.  

Christine Side planting herbs in the Mount Holly Campus garden

RCBC student builds community through saving lives and farming

Normally you wouldn’t see an EMT working on a farm. However, for Christine Side, sustainability is a passion both in terms of farming and saving lives that provides her with inner peace.

Side, of Moorestown, took an EMS class her sophomore year of high school and passed her state exams in 2014. She currently volunteers with the Mount Laurel squad on the weekends.

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