Women’s Soccer (7–8–4), led by a dynamic sophomore class, finished the regular season tied for first place in the Landmark Conference before reaching the semifinals of the conference tournament. The overall record reflected one of the toughest schedules in the region. Men’s Soccer (11–5–5) won the Landmark’s regular season title for the second straight year [...]
A once-troubled Newark mom who’s now helping teens finds uncommon support at Drew.
History Department Chair Sharon Braslaw Sundue has written the first in-depth analysis of U.S. child labor before industrialization.
Former wrestler Christian Maggio plans on taking down pathogens.
Amid the rolling hills of Umbria, Drew students are unearthing what appears to be a rest stop on a 2,200-year-old precursor to the Jersey Turnpike.
Students in Roxanne Friedenfels’ popular courses on happiness are learning the essentials for a blissful life.
A new recruiting push makes Drew basketball more competitive than ever. by Alex Langlois C’03
The daughter of sailors, Hawaii native Krystina Scheller C’08 spent the first three years of her life in the South Pacific, but aside from taking a few lessons to please her parents, “I stayed away from boats,” she says.
The remains of three slaves—known only as Tom, Dan and John—get a proper burial two centuries after their deaths. By Michelle Caffrey C’10