Incubator: Poignant, Powerful and in Progress

By: Willy Nichter, Staff Writer The Directing Lab in the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts is essentially a black box, with dark walls and seats lined up against the back wall. It has been a place for many an aspiring student playwright or director to stage a production, hoping to receive valuable feedback to help improve their work. And for those who want to … Continue reading Incubator: Poignant, Powerful and in Progress

Drew SPA Celebrates National Philanthropy Day

Office ofBy: Laura Archer, Staff Writer On Wednesday, Drew’s Student Philanthropy Ambassadors hosted an event in the lobby of Brothers College to celebrate National Philanthropy Day. At the event, students were encouraged to participate in a Drew-themed Jeopardy game. There were seven topics to choose from, and each topic had five corresponding questions, which got progressively harder. The topics included scholarship, facilities, athletics, faculty and … Continue reading Drew SPA Celebrates National Philanthropy Day

50th Anniversary of the Art Semester

By: Caitlin Shannon, Editor of Student and Arts This year the Semester on Contemporary Art is celebrating it’s 50th Anniversary, making it the second-oldest New York City Semester after the United Nations. Structured a bit differently from all the other New York Semesters, the Semester on Contemporary Art is a full immersion into the world of art in New York City. Offered every fall semester … Continue reading 50th Anniversary of the Art Semester

OADN Celebrates 25th Birthday at Jamnation

By: Nina Campli, Assistant Editor of Student Life and Arts This year Drew’s all-female acapella group On a Different Note turned 25 years old and they celebrated at their annual Jamnation concert on November 10. At 8 p.m. the Concert Hall flooded with students, parents, alumni and community members to hear Drew’s a cappella groups perform as well as celebrate OADN’s birthday. Tour and gig … Continue reading OADN Celebrates 25th Birthday at Jamnation

Even if Music is Not Your Forte, You Need to See The Five Browns

By: Nina Campli, Assistant Editor of Student Life and Arts This Saturday the Concert Hall will hold their second concert in the Da Camera series. The concert will start at 8 p.m. and features a quintet known as The Five Browns. Siblings Desirae, Deondra, Gregory, Melody and Ryan Brown will play classics from composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin as well as audience favorites … Continue reading Even if Music is Not Your Forte, You Need to See The Five Browns

WoCo — Women’s and Gender Studies in a Supportive Environment for Women

by Nina Campli As the end of the fall semester draws near, it is time to apply for classes and, in some cases, different living situations. For those who are interested in Women and Gender Studies, the WoCo House is a perfect place to settle in for the spring semester. Founded in 1989, WoCo, short for Women’s Concerns – A Feminist House, located in Eberhart … Continue reading WoCo — Women’s and Gender Studies in a Supportive Environment for Women

Fall in Love with Shakespeare in Love

By: Nina Campli, Assistant Editor of Student Life and Arts Looking for something to do this weekend? Go see Shakespeare in Love at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey. There are five remaining shows before the productions close this Sunday. Student rush tickets can be purchased with a student ID for $25 cash or $28 with card a half an hour before show time. The … Continue reading Fall in Love with Shakespeare in Love