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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March 13, 2020

On Monday, March 9, as people returned from Spring Break, COVID-19 seemed to be the punchline of every joke. Students kept asking, “Who’s going to take one for the team and catch coronavirus so Drew cancels classes?” As they joked and laughed, they remained oblivious t...

February 21, 2020

Since 1976, the United States has celebrated February as Black History Month. The purpose of this month-long celebration is to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of black people throughout the history of the U.S., while also recognizing the systemic oppres...

February 14, 2020

Tuesday, Feb. 11 was #WearOrangeDay, a day meant to bring attention to Teen Dating Violence. Taking place just ahead of Valentines Day, early February is a perfect time to reflect on the health of romantic relationships. Dating violence seems to be a taboo topic, yet i...

February 7, 2020

At times, the dialect surrounding our environmental crisis can be frustrating. The questions all seem to be so big: How can we get countries to agree on treaties that will make an impact?; What policies are the best way to reduce our carbon footprint in America?; How c...

January 31, 2020

It’s awards season and that means a lot of fun traditions: debates over dinner with your friends about which movies should win, discussing the new artists that we were blessed with this year (thank you, Lizzo), eating popcorn, yelling over your T.V. when your favorite...

January 24, 2020

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an important one to celebrate – there is a clear consensus on this. While I am glad that we are able to recognize the impact MLK Jr. had on the Civil Rights Movement, the way that we celebrate his legacy seems to be almost routine at this...

November 22, 2019

I, like many other students, was excited to hear that the minimum wage was set to rise to $10 when I returned back to school in the Fall. The previous $8.85 did not cut it, and it was relieving to see that I would finally be paid a bit more—except my fellow student wor...

November 15, 2019

Drew has recently been placed on the Princeton Review’s “Guide to Green Schools” for the tenth consecutive year. While I am normally happy to see Drew getting the recognition it deserves, hearing this piece of news was a bit confusing. Although Drew prides itself on be...

November 8, 2019

It is wildfire season, and California has been hit hard again. People are being harmed, their homes are being wrecked and entire ecosystems are being compromised. Although these fires are a yearly occurrence, the wreckage they cause is damaging entire communities, and...

November 8, 2019

The transition from summer to fall is an exciting time: the air becomes crisp, the leaves turn beautiful colors and everything pumpkin-spice flavored gets us excited for the upcoming holidays. But at this point in the semester, that excitement disappears and the more g...

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