Six campus spots that make Drew happy. We recently asked you, the Drew community, to tell us the places on campus you cherish most. Here’s what you picked—and why.
- Brothers College Courtyard
“When spring is back and the trees are in full blossom.
- Craig Chapel, Seminary Hall
“Both when it’s rockin’ to the music of Mark Miller and our awesome choir, and in quieter moments, where I retreat to find some silence in the middle of a hectic day.”
- Zuck Arboretum
“Drew’s answer to Walden Pond, especially in the spring and fall when migrating birds drop out of the heavens for a brief respite beneath the canopy of beeches and elms.”
- Thomas Kean BlackBox Theatre, DoYo
“It’s the Black Box Theatre I find most inspiring. The first person to direct in it was the late Joe Patenaude, a professor whose production of Ragtime used every conceivable part of it, from the trapdoor to the balcony to the upstage doors leading to the shop.”
- Hoyt Lawn
“Where we picnicked, partied, played horseshoes, kissed, studied under a tree and moved a complete dorm room.”
- S.W. Bowne Hall
“It has to be the most regal, beautiful, graceful building.”