Yasmine Mourad ’13 is determined to become an emergency room physician after having spent a semester observing at Morristown Medical Center. Here is her story.
After Hurricane Sandy, Drewids really put the work in “homework.”
For prospective undergrads, Drew fine-tunes the definition of what it has done well all along.
Born of sudden inspiration (and rescued by the mother of a poli-sci major), Drew’s U.N. Semester has given students a front-row seat to major world events spanning a half-century.
The Ehingers will be the first College of Liberal Arts alumni to have a campus building named for them.
On 9/11, an ordinary commute for the U.N. Semester turned out to be anything but.
The Class of 2011 offers sage advice to incoming first-year students.
An unlikely pair of scholars is bringing crowdsourcing to scholarship on the Middle Ages.
Trevor Weston rescues a decades-old piece by an African-American composer.
You Commit to What You Believe
The Embrace of Difference We asked Arvolyn Hill, author of an ambitious Acorn series about racial diversity at Drew, to explain what writing it taught her. By Arvolyn Hill C’11 I remember reading in The Acorn my first year about how my class was the most racially diverse yet at Drew. As diversity continued to [...]