A diehard rugger relives the glory days of Drew Rugby.
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.
When Sumiko Kobayashi ’46 first came to Drew, she hadn’t left her parents’ home. She’d gotten a pass out of a Japanese internment camp in Utah.
After his son was murdered, Walt Everett did what few would. He reached out to the man who killed him.