March 13, 2020

Reflecting back on my middle and high school days, I remember teachers bringing in pies for students and organizing festive activities for Pi Day which celebrates the mathematical number frequently rounded to 3.14. As a holiday cherished by the math community and celeb...

March 13, 2020

Over Spring Break 14 Drewids had the opportunity to go on the shortTREC to Belize. The overall focus of the trip was to observe the health of the world’s second largest coral reef. The students also studied a variety of different species of coral and marine life in the...

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...

February 21, 2020

On Feb.14, our ears were blessed with several new album releases. If you’re looking for musical incentives to make it to spring break, I suggest you take a listen to some of these recent drops. Although all released on the same date, these albums span a variety of genr...

Every year, Drew University signs up for the annual Recyclemania competition to see which campus across the nation can recycle the most items and create the least amount of trash! Drew University has consistently been ranked in the top five universities in the U.S. for...

February 21, 2020

In need of something to do this weekend? Check out “Spring Awakening!” Once again, the Department of Theater and Dance and the Drew University Dramatic Society have brought an amazing production to life.

“Spring Awakening,” based on a play of the same name written in 18...

February 15, 2020

This week, Dress for Success Northern New Jersey brought thrifting to Drew University. On Wednesday and Thursday, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., students were able to browse men’s and women’s professional clothing and pick out outfits for super low prices, starting at $...

February 15, 2020

Did you know that pedometers were a thing during the 18th century? Neither did I until I attended “Early Data Bodies and Anglo-American Empire,” a talk by Jacqueline Wernimont of Dartmouth College which took place on Monday night in LC 28. The room hosted around 30-45...

February 14, 2020

Although its origin story varies among different religions and locations, Valentine’s Day is traditionally associated with traces of romance. Recognized annually on Feb. 14, it is most commonly celebrated as the day of love. For those in relationships, it is a pivotal...

February 7, 2020

“Bojack Horseman” is a comedy animation that unites animals and humans to interact and engage with each other. Concentrated in Hollywood, it centers on the life of middle-aged horse, Bojack (Will Arnett). After gaining fame from a 90’s sitcom, he is forced to deal with...

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Student Life & Arts Editor

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