Arts and Culture

Rutgers–Camden to Host Fifth Annual Camden Comic Con

Rutgers–Camden to Host Fifth Annual Camden Comic Con

Rutgers–Camden will host the fifth annual Camden Comic Con from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 14 in the Campus Center and the Athletic and Fitness Center.

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Art Professor to Lead Student Workshop in Latvia

Art Professor to Lead Student Workshop in Latvia

By Tom McLaughlin Her inspired, mixed-media constructions have appeared in solo and group exhibitions and installations throughout the world. Her original artwork hangs prominently in the U.S. Embassy in Suriname and in the personal collection of U.S. Ambassador to Latvia Nancy Pettit. And she has served as both an instructor and mentor to countless students, […]

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Graphic Design and Marketing Major Named One of Graphic Design USA’s Students to Watch

Graphic Design and Marketing Major Named One of Graphic Design USA’s Students to Watch

Kelley Brennan, a double major in graphic design and marketing, was named one of Graphic Design USA’s Students to Watch in 2018.

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Theater Program Ushers in Spring Season with Hit Broadway Musical “Avenue Q”

Theater Program Ushers in Spring Season with Hit Broadway Musical “Avenue Q”

The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will usher in the spring season with a presentation of the hit Broadway musical “Avenue Q”

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Researcher Traces Influence of Early Developmental Psychology on the Modern Novel

Researcher Traces Influence of Early Developmental Psychology on the Modern Novel

By Tom McLaughlin In the late 19th century, the theory of evolution would have a profound impact on theories of the developing human mind, explains Rutgers University–Camden researcher Holly Blackford. “This was especially evident in child development, which was newly studied to demonstrate how evolution works,” says the professor of English. According to Blackford, modern […]

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