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...

Coronavirus Forum FAQs

March 11, 2020

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February 21, 2020

A Vegan Love Letter

February 21, 2020

Athlete Spotlight: Lydia Segal

February 21, 2020

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November 8, 2019

Jason Adamo (’20) is none other than Drew University’s goalie and two-time captain of the men’s soccer team. During his time in the Forest, he has gained numerous accomplishments and accolades, such as: a Landmark Conference title, an ECAC title and has been a starter...

September 27, 2019

Fall break is quickly approaching! The weather is already getting brisk and soon the leaves will be changing colors. Don’t let the long weekend of Fall Break pass by while sitting in the dorms the whole time. How about going out and about to explore new things? Here is...

September 27, 2019

Yoel Ovaeya (’23)

What DSEM are you in?

I am in the DSEM "Are We Alone?" with Professor Rosan.

Did you think you left for your trip too early or too late?

I left at 9 in the morning and I felt that it was too early since I felt like I was still asleep.

Where did your class...

September 13, 2019

Last year, I went to a few of the student activities Drew hosted and they did not let me down. From therapy dogs and horses to cactus painting, there was always something to do on campus. This past week, I was able to talk with Carmine Biancamano, CRE of Late Night and...

For four years, Steph Mazzarella took the train to New York to the Teachers College at Columbia University in order to pursue a degree in higher education. Much of her time was spent underground, taking the subway to and from the city, and cramming in last minute readi...

Every year, Drew celebrates Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, but this year the event was expanded and took on new heights. This was mainly in part to the Acorn’s own Kassel Franco Garibay (’20), who was awarded one of the CRCC’s Arts of Respect Paul Drucker Fellowsh...

November 16, 2018

Seriously, bad idea.

“I’ll change my name to Amazon Cuomo if I have to,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, fresh off of his reelection, told reporters. Just hours later, media outlets began to report that New York City, along with Crystal City in Virginia, were the locat...

October 18, 2018

1. Semester at Sea (SAS)

You know those days when you sit in class and daydream about cruising around the world or living on a cruise ship with all of your closest friends? What about visiting different countries for four months for class credit? Guess what? This progra...

September 28, 2018

The United Nations General Assembly is one of the most important weeks of the year. Beyond the excessive traffic in New York City throughout the week, the General Assembly invites foreign leaders and delegations across the world to give speeches to the entire UN organi...

On Sunday, Sept. 23, Drew University’s class of 2022 got the opportunity to explore New York City with their Drew Seminar classes. With such a wide variety of DSEMs that students can choose from, the diversity of trips is not surprising. Some students viewed an off-Bro...

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