A pair of grad students recently discovered a cache of papers from the famous Drew colloquium that revealed a sinister chapter in the life of the iconic German philosopher.
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.
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.
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.
Meet undergrads, like Diana Ortiz, who thought they knew what they wanted to do with their lives until they found an unexpected passion.
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.
Gaius Charles put aside a successful acting career to attend Drew’s Theo School. By Christopher Hann The storyline seems too implausible, even for Hollywood: Promising young actor, his star on the rise after three seasons on a hit TV show, puts his career on hold to enroll in a seminary in Madison, N.J. Yeah, right. [...]
The men with ties to Drew who played a role in the Civil War.
Trevor Weston rescues a decades-old piece by an African-American composer.