In | Simple human kindness
When he was a high school senior, Joseph Lee narrowed down his college choices to Rutgers and Drew. He talked it over with his father, and they agreed that a small private school would be the better choice. “I was going to get more attention from teachers,” says Lee ’13, a biochemistry and molecular biology [...]
An A-list photographer plays with expectations in a Korn Gallery show.
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.
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.
Big plans to expand the Hall of Sciences are now underway.
In vivid watercolors, the Caspersen School’s Roberto Osti interprets a year in the life of the Forest.
A pair of determined women turn over a new leaf for what is now called Hepburn Woods.
The Ehingers will be the first College of Liberal Arts alumni to have a campus building named for them.