Drew Students Have Spoken: New Student President and Vice President Elected

by Michael McCurry On Friday, December 1, Drew students elected Salma Mahmoud (‘19) and her running mate Shehab Marzouk (‘20) as their new Student Government President and Vice President. With current President, Jared Sutton, graduating in the spring, two candidate pairs stepped up to replace the outgoing two-term executive. As last year’s election was uncontested, this was the first time since 2015 that Drew students … Continue reading Drew Students Have Spoken: New Student President and Vice President Elected

Public Safety Reports No Transports at Holiday Ball

by Shaylyn MacKinnon This past Saturday, December 2, was the widely anticipated Holiday Ball and, surprisingly, there were no transports. The Holiday Ball has been notorious for rowdy student behavior and transports due to intoxication for years. The Drew Acorn reached out to the head of Public Safety, Bill Ortman, for comment on this surprising turn of events. When asked if the rumor that there … Continue reading Public Safety Reports No Transports at Holiday Ball

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Candidates for President Present their Platforms

By Kassel Franco Garibay and Anna Gombert Elections for Student Government president and vice president will take place on Friday, December 1 with Manny Lopez (’19) and Alessandra Le Pera (’20) running against Salma Mahmoud (’19) and Shehab Marzouk (’20). Students will be able to vote online on the Path, or in person from 9 to 11 a.m. in Brothers College and from 11 a.m … Continue reading Candidates for President Present their Platforms

Rodney Gilbert Still Doing the Work

     by Alcides Costa      Whether you saw him in passing with his Gucci loafers and Canadian tuxedo or heard about his illustrious acting and directing classes or productions, you knew that the name Rodney Gilbert carried significant weight around Drew University. With notable quotes such as: “Do the Work” and “Mind. Body. Voice. Soul,” he made his statements so articulate and clear … Continue reading Rodney Gilbert Still Doing the Work

Terror Attack in New York City Leave Drew Shaken

By Olivia Kingree Eight  people were killed and at least a dozen more injured in a terrorist attack last week when a man drove down a bike path in lower Manhattan hitting bikers, pedestrians and a school bus. Sayfullo Saipov, a 29-year-old Uzbek man living in New Jersey, drove a rented Home Depot pickup truck approximately 10 blocks down the bike path. A note inside … Continue reading Terror Attack in New York City Leave Drew Shaken

Drew Hosts Annual Speed Networking Event

By Anna Gombert On Thursday, October 26, Drew had its annual Speed Networking event, which allowed students to connect with local executives from the Madison area. The event was held in Crawford Hall and, like speed dating, students got eight minutes to talk to an executive until they had to switch tables. The event has been held for the past several years. Professor of Economics … Continue reading Drew Hosts Annual Speed Networking Event

Soft Magic at Drew

By Maïmouna Kanté & Kassel Franco Garibay On the evening of  October 27, the Malawian writer, sociologist and human rights advocate, Upile Chisala attended Drew’s African Students Association’s event to read some of her work. Last year, in November 2016, the DASA was granted up to $1000 through the Drew’s Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict (CCRC) as part of a series called Arts of … Continue reading Soft Magic at Drew