Before they even stepped on campus, the Class of 2013 got their first assignment: Read Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace … One School at a Time, the New York Times bestseller by Greg Mortenson. Oh, and be ready to discuss it during Orientation.
Rangers management keeps up with Russian hockey news thanks to Carr, a Madison Square Garden denizen.
What I cherished most about Professor Emeritus Don Jones, 1931–2009.
The oratory talent that the Rev. Schuyler Rhodes brought to campus this year as part of Drew’s Prophetic Leaders in Residence series is also winning him praise back home in California.
Despite his Yale and Juilliard training, Mark Miller opens his choirs to everyone. Being a gay, biracial adoptee and father might have something to do with that.
A Thanksgiving dinner releases the bittersweet emotions of growing old. A Short story by the winner of Drew’s 2009 Goin Prize in Writing.
More than a resplendent Mead Hall arose from the fire that nearly destroyed the Greek Revival mansion 20 years ago. Inspired by the success of its historically faithful three-year restoration, Drew launched in 1997 a professional certificate in historic preservation.
One name is all that’s needed for Tom Evans, wisecracking protector of students and visiting dignitaries alike.
Calling his Hoyt-Bowne room “a space fit for Thurston Howell III,” New York magazine this spring handpicked Maximilian Sinsteden C’10 and his interpretation of dorm living, complete with chandelier, Oriental rugs and curated tie-and-scarf collection, for an article about young designers.
My wife, Christine, is amazed that wherever we go there is always somebody from my rugby world.