By Tom McLaughlin The Rutgers University–Camden Department of Fine Arts will present the inaugural “Arts Day” for prospective first-year and transfer students from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 1. The event, which is free of charge and open to the public, will be held in the Fine Arts Complex, located at 314 […]
Arts and Culture
By Tom McLaughlin Living in a world built for speed – “the quicker, the better, where people are zombies just getting from point A to B” – Allan Espiritu believes it is time for an intervention. A “graphical intervention,” that is. “I want to disrupt your everyday by distracting you to think about the language […]
By Tom McLaughlin Now approaching its fourth year on April 8, the Camden Comic Con has quickly gained a reputation in the region for offering guests a free, enriching, all-ages comic convention on the Rutgers University–Camden campus. But unbeknownst to convention-goers, there has been an unheralded superhero – Barrington resident and 2011 Rutgers–Camden graduate Bill […]
By Tom McLaughlin Since debuting in 2014, the Camden Comic Con has offered an authentic, fun-filled experience for all ages that is as much a celebration of comics as it is an educational event. Like an exciting new comics issue that’s even better than the last, the latest installment – featuring an ever-growing list of […]
Rutgers–Camden Professor’s heart-warming, heart-breaking and humorous novel about cancer, single motherhood and mortality
Lauren Grodstein’s poignant novel, Our Short History, is about a single mother dying of cancer who tells the story of their lives to her six-year-old son, so he’ll remember her when he’s older.