Decadent goodies from the Psychology Department’s annual bake-off.
The successor to the Hubble Telescope will be able to see further back in time with a little help from Thomas Zielinski C’04.
The United Arab Emirates, one of the world’s youngest players in the global economy, is intriguing both for its headlong plunge into opulence and its seemingly tenuous hold on it. Sixteen students traveled there on a Drew International Seminar to see business in the UAE come to life.
Synthetic biology is all the rage given its potential to upend science as we know it. But what it’s giving Luis Campos is a serious case of déjà vu.
Suddenly it’s autumn. The faculty are back on campus after fruitful summers, whether on stage or in Stockholm, glued to a laptop or packing their own kids off to college. The energy that comes standard with all fall semesters, including the invigorating crispness of the air, inspired Drew Magazine to throw this neighborly, over-the-backyard-fence question to the College of Liberal Arts faculty: What’s new with you?
Three recent alumnae snag post-graduation honors around the globe.
Francine Prose rescues Anne Frank from being viewed as little more than a tchotchke.
A new book contends that the initial wall separating church and state was thinner than we think.
Two professors bring personal experience to a debut course on how society considers the disabled.
Seminary Hall’s atrium is now bathed in color.