In | A painting Raphael would love
If the faces in Seminary Hall’s newest artwork seem familiar, that’s because they are. An oil in the style of Caravaggio and Raphael, Imago Dei depicts 12 Theo students and alumni in acts of fellowship and faith. “These seminarians fit the characters that I imagined for the painting,” says artist and MDiv student Richard Romero [...]
The Methodist connections that Henry Appenzeller T’1885 planted 125 years ago in South Korea still flourish.
An unexpected gift brings photos back to Drew eight decades later.
The installation of Theo Dean Jeffrey Kuan was a worldly, spirited affair.
Two members of the Theo School’s Class of 2011 know each other a little better than most.
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 [...]
A former prom king, visiting lecturer Shane Claiborne says he had his life together until “Jesus messed it up.”
Methodist Kah-Jin Jeffrey Kuan arrives as the new dean of the Theological School.
A quick guide to six socially engaged efforts that weave together classroom learning and the betterment of society.
Drew alumna lands a teaching post at Harvard Divinity School.