J.B. Harris ’81 took on big tobacco for a minister who’d lost a lung to cancer—and won.
The death of Common Cause President Bob Edgar T’68 took many by surprise. Bill Moyers was among them.
Six months after graduation, 95 percent of Drew’s Class of ’12 were employed or in graduate school, according to data collected by Kim Crabbe, director of Drew’s Center for Career Services. “Even in a recovering economy, 67 percent of last year’s class are members of the workforce,” says Crabbe. “Another 28 percent are enrolled in [...]
When picking a name for his second child, Joshua Drew ’98 did what very few Drew graduates could: He chose the moniker of the university’s founder, the 19th-century cattle drover and financier whose philanthropy kickstarted the institution. He also handed his alma mater a sweet news story in about 16 years when Daniel submits his [...]
Ed Moed ’89 is co-founder of communications firm Peppercomm, named “Best Place to Work” 2012, Crain’s New York Business.
Ruggers, what gives? Do you play for the mayhem? The third-half libations? Or for the bonds that last a lifetime? However you define its appeal, rugby at Drew has had a glorious 50-year run.
Newark eighth-graders get the royal treatment: seven future social studies teachers to dote on them.