A diehard rugger relives the glory days of Drew Rugby.
Ruggers, what gives? Do you play for the mayhem? The third-half libations? Or for the bonds that last a lifetime? However you define its appeal, rugby at Drew has had a glorious 50-year run.
Quick: Think of a van Gogh depicting the son of God. Stumped? Cliff Edwards ’54 can explain.
Newark eighth-graders get the royal treatment: seven future social studies teachers to dote on them.
John Cunningham deftly bottled the history of the Garden State—and Drew—for generations.
When Sumiko Kobayashi ’46 first came to Drew, she hadn’t left her parents’ home. She’d gotten a pass out of a Japanese internment camp in Utah.
A Drew alumna steps up when a senior falls on hard times.
Professor James Supplee inspired a 2011 Nobel Prize winner to pursue physics.
For some Drewids, a desk job isn’t enough.
After his son was murdered, Walt Everett did what few would. He reached out to the man who killed him.