Rowan University
Rowan Today
Podcasts
Podcasts
Podcasts
The Rowan Report

A weekly news magazine every Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. focusing on South Jersey news hosted by the WGLS-FM News and Public Affairs Departments.
Podcasts
Podcasts
Episodes

The Rowan Report
(May 14, 2013) Play Dowanload

Student Manager Waldy Diez, Co-operations Manager Ellen Hardy, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed White House Spokesman Jay Carney not saying what he or President Obama think about the Department of Justice seizing reporters phone records, Prince Harry visiting the Superstorm Sandy ravaged New Jersey, and a San Francisco based Twitter is carrying a nearly $10 million based value.

The Rowan Report
(May 07, 2013) Play Dowanload

Student manager Waldy Diez, Co-operations Manager Ellen Hardy, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed President Obama saying he has no tolerance for sexual assault in the military, Prince Harry visiting New Jersey next week, and the owner of a national debt relief firm being charged with fraud.

The Rowan Report
(Apr 30, 2013) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Ellen Hardy, and the Rowan Radio news team discussed President Obama being optimistic about immigration reform efforts in the Senate, Governor Christ Christie now appearing to be the third Presidential choice among Republicans, and the Federal Open Market Committee kicking off a two-day meeting.

The Rowan Report
(Apr 23, 2013) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Ellen Hardy and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect claiming his brother masterminded the attack, a South Jersey husband and wife who owned and operated vacation travel club companies being indicted on charges that they stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from customers and a measure requiring out-of-state retailers to collect sales tax for online purchases moving forward in the Senate.

The Rowan Report
(Apr 16, 2013) Play Dowanload

Ellen Hardy, Matt Kazin, and the Rowan Radio news team discussed 17 people being in critical condition after being wounded in yesterday's Boston Marathon, the New Jersey police checking unattended bags, and details being revealed about the new Google Glass.

The Rowan Report
(Apr 09, 2013) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack, Ellen Hardy, and the Rowan Radio news team discussed fourteen people being injured in a stabbing attack at a college near Houston, a six-year-old being in stable condition after a four-year-old neighbor shot him in the head, and the window for claiming income tax refunds from 2009 closing.

The Rowan Report
(Apr 03, 2013) Play Dowanload

Assistant News Director Ryan Whitenack and Ellen Hardy discussed several New York politicians facing charges in connection with an alleged to rig the city's mayoral race, New Jersey police saying the body of a boater who disappeared in Round Valley Resevoir being recovered, and nearly 500 people in the White House budget office soon having their hours cut.

The Rowan Report
(Mar 27, 2013) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Ellen Hardy, and the Rowan Radio news team discussed the U.S. Supreme Court justices considering the hot-button issues of same-sex marriage, a little boy being found alive inside an apartment where his mother had been dead for as many as six days, and all banks in Cyprus closing until Thursday as part of a financial rescue deal.

The Rowan Report
(Mar 19, 2013) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Ellen Hardy, Allie Volpe and the Rowan Radio News team discussed White House spokesman Jay Carney citeing what American troops and civilians did as the country makrs the ten year anniversiary of the US-led invasion of Iraq, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's star power possibly slipping and legislation averting a government shutdown clearing a big hurdle in the Senate.

The Rowan Report
(Mar 13, 2013) Play Dowanload

News Director Waldy Diez, Ellen Hardy, and the Rowan Radio News Team discussed the trial of accused Colorado theater shooter James being scheduled to begin in early August after a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf today, New Jerseys first lady being quick to raise Sandy relief funds, but slow to distribute them, and Senate Democrats raising the curtain on a plan to avert a government shutdown the end of this month.

  < 7 8 9 10 11 >  

Podcasts
University Calendar
University Calendar
Latest Rowan University Headlines