The Drewid’s Guide to How to Do Everything Better

April 30, 2010 | by | Filed under: headline |

Drewids offer advice on how to do everything better, from finding financial aid to escaping from a straitjacket.

Helping Hands

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: Students |

From January on, Drewids have fanned out doing volunteer work and fundraising for two high-profile natural disasters: Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake in Haiti.

Omar Rodriguez-Graham C’02

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: BackTalk |

Next-Generation Painter By Christopher Hann I grew up in Mexico City. I lived in the suburbs of Philadelphia for a few years with my grandparents. My mother was born and raised there. Other than that, I spent basically my whole life here in Mexico before going to college. I wasn’t looking at school to do art, to tell you the [...]

Oh Happy Day

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: Students |

Q&A with the Rev. Stefanie R. Minatee T’07,’10

Athletic Shorts

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: Athletics |

Women’s Basketball (15–11) got off to a 9–0 start and was one of eight teams to compete in the ECAC Metro Tournament at season’s end.

Sloane Coles C’11

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: Athletics |

The Grand Prix equestrian and All-Landmark Conference lacrosse player on show jumping, falling off her horse and keeping it real.

How to Stop Wining

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: Students |

A year ago Larry Schneider was overseeing the launch of gourmet dining at Yankee Stadium. Today he’s studying the Holocaust at Drew.

Raise the Roof

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: Campus |

The UC is—yes!—finally getting a makeover.

Paper Cuts

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: Library |

A racist caricature in Drew’s archives of Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson’s slave, comes off as an early 19th-century stab at swiftboating.

Mead 207

April 26, 2010 | by | Filed under: President |

Walking into a Theo School faculty meeting often feels like being in a winning team’s locker room at halftime. It is evidence of the character of our great dean, Maxine Beach, who is retiring this spring.

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