Sociology of Nonprofits Organizes Fundraiser for Madison Ambulance

by Nina Campli, Assistant Student Life and Arts Editor On Wednesday night at 6 p.m., Crawford Hall was filled with people eagerly awaiting to chow down on Italian food from Marie’s Italian Specialties in Chatham to helping out a good cause. The Sociology of Nonprofits class planned the event in order to raise money for the Madison Volunteer Ambulance Corps. The event cost $5 to … Continue reading Sociology of Nonprofits Organizes Fundraiser for Madison Ambulance

Student Art Show in the Korn Gallery

by Caitlin Shannon, Student Life and Arts Editor If you’ve stopped by the Korn Gallery recently you’ve probably noticed that it’s a bit more full than usual. That’s because currently the Korn Gallery as well as the hallways and room 207 of the Art Wing are full of student art. The end of each semester in the Art Department brings the Student Art Show, where … Continue reading Student Art Show in the Korn Gallery

Keeping Busy Over Winter Break: Five Ways to Pass Time

by Willy Nichter, Staff Writer Finals are almost over, and school is about to let out for the semester. While not having any more papers or tests to worry about is a definite relief, there are those who could find themselves at a loss for what to do with their free time. But there’s really no reason to be, especially given the bevy of options … Continue reading Keeping Busy Over Winter Break: Five Ways to Pass Time

The Fall 2017 Dance Show is a Must See

By: Nina Campli, Assistant Editor of Student Life and Arts Every semester, the Department of Theater and Dance and the Drew University Dramatic Society (DUDS) put on a dance show, and this semester’s was by far one of the best. Directed by Professor Kimani Fowlin, the show is titled Once Around the Block and focuses on the embodied stories of Ezra Jack Keats. Keats was … Continue reading The Fall 2017 Dance Show is a Must See

Concert Preview: The Scoop on the Drew Ensembles Concerts

By: Caitlin Shannon, Editor of Student Life and Arts While we’re all worried about final exams and papers looming, Drew’s musicians are busy preparing for their upcoming concerts. At the end of each semester, Drew’s five performing ensembles each put on a concert as a culmination of their work for the semester. The concerts all go up in a crazy weekend of music where the … Continue reading Concert Preview: The Scoop on the Drew Ensembles Concerts

Finals Getting You Down? Relieve Your Stress in One of these Five Ways

By: Willy Nichter, Staff Writer Finals may be an important part of the college experience, but they still tend to make the last few weeks of the semester one of the most stressful times for students. Whether it be cramming for exams or banging out a fifteen-page essay the night before it is due, students can often feel completely overwhelmed by work. However, there are … Continue reading Finals Getting You Down? Relieve Your Stress in One of these Five Ways

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