The junior soccer star from Mexico on coming to Drew, his impressions of New York City and the team’s prospects this fall.
Find out what to listen to this fall, courtesy of the campus alt-music cognoscenti, aka the WMNJ Executive Board and chair Shara Katz ’13.
The new Thomas H. Kean Reading Room and Gallery in the Rose Library provides study space and a meeting site for Drew’s trustees.
Into the Forest, Sports»
Hot streak continues for men’s tennis, and it’s a championship for Drew baseball.
Newark eighth-graders get the royal treatment: seven future social studies teachers to dote on them.
College of Liberal Arts»
For prospective undergrads, Drew fine-tunes the definition of what it has done well all along.
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2012—and a 40-year partnership with Drew.
At The Who concert in Baldwin Gym on March 29, 1968, Brit Johnson snapped 24 photos. Only one came out.
Theological School, United Methodist Archives»
The Methodist connections that Henry Appenzeller T’1885 planted 125 years ago in South Korea still flourish.
John Cunningham deftly bottled the history of the Garden State—and Drew—for generations.
Princeton Review names Erik Anderson a top professor.
From the Editor»
This issue thrust forth a theme on its own: a flood of hellos and goodbyes and major anniversaries—and even a welcome back—that was impossible to ignore.
Into the Forest»
A longtime Drew economics professor has returned to the Forest in a new leading role.
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t drawing.
A Drew alumna steps up when a senior falls on hard times.