Futures in Stock

October 10, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts | Tags:

Want to help students master the market? Put cold, hard cash in their hands and let them loose.

Learning for a Change

October 10, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts | Tags:

Come summer, high school students descend on Drew to test-drive college.

Family Matters

June 25, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts | Tags: ,

A medical anthropologist and a biochem major team up to gauge what the Amish understand about genetic disease.

Out | Keeping mum about academic energy

June 25, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts |

What sets Drew apart? New undergraduate major webpages now make that plain. Through wry visual distillations of pedagogy and culture within academic departments—an innovative mind meld between Drew and the Chicago-based design firm Thirst—the website hands high school students and their parents a memorable way to pick Drew out from the crowd. It’s also the […]

Out | Denying film its academic due

June 25, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts |

McKenzie Chapman was elated. The Drew sophomore had just asked one of her professors about changing her major from Chinese to film—no mean task. Because Drew had no official film program, Chapman would have to create the major herself. Hearing rumors about a new minor in film and media studies, Chapman checked in regularly with […]

In | Opera on a grand scale

June 19, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts |

Assistant Professor of Music Jason Bishop did not waste time making his mark as Drew’s new director of choral and vocal studies. After just nine months, Bishop staged Drew’s first opera ever. And not just any opera, but a monumental Baroque opera: Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. Though some worried for Bishop’s sanity at such […]

The Making of a Doctor

January 17, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts,Featured,Students | Tags:

Yasmine Mourad ’13 is determined to become an emergency room physician after having spent a semester observing at Morristown Medical Center. Here is her story.

Surge of Compassion

January 15, 2013 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts,Into the Forest,Students | Tags:

After Hurricane Sandy, Drewids really put the work in “homework.”

The Story Is Telling

September 24, 2012 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts | Tags:

For prospective undergrads, Drew fine-tunes the definition of what it has done well all along.

The U.N. Semester at 50

September 17, 2012 | by | Filed under: College of Liberal Arts,Featured | Tags:

Born of sudden inspiration (and rescued by the mother of a poli-sci major), Drew’s U.N. Semester has given students a front-row seat to major world events spanning a half-century.

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