In the wake of the growing global outbreak of COVID-19, otherwise known as coronavirus, Drew University will be moving all classes online beginning Mo...

Drew Moves to Virtual Classes in Response to Coronavirus

March 13, 2020

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Dr. Frank Merckx, Vice President of Campus Life and Student Affairs and Dean of Stu...

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February 21, 2020

When BSU set out to create their programming for Black History Month 2020, they went all in. Over the course of February, Drew’s Black Student Union (BSU) has hosted events ranging from museum trips to Jeopardy night to movie screenings.

“We aimed to cover topics releva...

November 22, 2019

Thanksgiving dinner is one of the most important things about the holiday. Though many Drewids opt to go home and celebrate with their families, lots of students stay on campus too. For those students staying on campus, a nice Thanksgiving dinner out in Madison with fr...

November 15, 2019

Heroes come in many forms. On Monday, Nov. 11, Drew University held its inaugural Veteran’s Day Celebration in order to commend the heroic dedication of the United States armed forces members that keep their country safe.

“I’m really glad that the school is celebrating...

October 25, 2019

Some people are born to rock, but others are born to teach it. Students in Prof. James Carter’s History of Rock ‘n’ Roll class know this better than anyone. They spend their Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:25 to 11:40 a.m. listening to their professor energetical...

October 18, 2019

Halloween is getting closer and closer each day, which means it’s just about time to hit a pumpkin patch and get going with fall festivities. Whether you prefer to use your pumpkin patch experience to get the perfect squash, pick some apples or go on a hayride or two,...

September 20, 2019

Monday nights are rarely the favorite of any student, but when your night class deals with concepts that are familiar from true-crime TV shows, an exception can easily be made. Professor G. Scott Morgan’s special topics course, Psychology and the Law, meets every Monda...

September 6, 2019

The Commons is a central part of the eating experience for Drew University students, so knowing the options, getting creative and using it to its full potential is key. What many students don’t realize about the Commons is that there is a lot more than what meets the e...

April 19, 2019


It’s almost time for summer break, and the weather in Madison is starting to show it. Even though the days have swung back and forth between bright, sunny and warm to overcast, rainy and windy, the temperatures have been slowly increasing overall,...

April 12, 2019


On Saturday, April 6, a diverse crowd of students gathered outside The Space, buzzing with excitement, as they waited for the Women of Color Open Mic Night to begin. Drew’s Feminist Intersection hosted the event, which began three year...

March 15, 2019

Every year Drew students are offered the opportunity to spend their spring break on an alternative trip supported by the Volunteer Research Center on campus. This year, students who volunteered were able to travel out-of-country to Mexico or out-of-state to Kentucky in...

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