Ben Franklin’s Music to be Topic of Rutgers-Camden Cappuccino Academy in October

The quintessential Benjamin Franklin is the bifocaled Ben armed with kite and dangling key, but the famed inventor and political figure can also be seen, or heard, through the musical notes of his favorite pub song, love song, or aria. Learn more about Franklins varied musical interests from world-renowned soprano Julianne Baird, a distinguished professor … Continue reading Ben Franklin’s Music to be Topic of Rutgers-Camden Cappuccino Academy in October

Professor Allan Espiritu’s Work Published in Leading Graphic Design Magazine

Prof. Allan Espiritu (assistant professor, art) has had his work published in the PRINT magazine 2005 Regional Design Annual. He is one of only 200 published out of more than 6,000 entries from all over the country. PRINT is the top publication in graphic design, thereby making this publication a mark of excellence. His work … Continue reading Professor Allan Espiritu’s Work Published in Leading Graphic Design Magazine