Title IX office reveals results of campus climate survey

by Laura Archer, Staff Writer This week, Title IX Coordinator Emily Ralph hosted Drew’s Campus Discussion of Sexual Violence and Climate Survey event. The two discussions took place on Wednesday were open to the entire campus. At the first session, which was attended mostly by faculty and staff, Emily presented the data collected through an Administrator Researcher Campus Climate Collaborative (ARC3) study that was sent … Continue reading Title IX office reveals results of campus climate survey

Robert Shoaf: a professor, a pastor, and a leader at Drew

by Henry Ferchau, Contributing Writer Drew University is one of the country’s most unique colleges, partially because it is home to many inspiring people. Robb W. Shoaf, a professor and pastor at Drew has proven to be one of these inspiring people. Shoaf is exemplary at his job working with the youth of the Madison community, and he aspires to get more involved at Drew … Continue reading Robert Shoaf: a professor, a pastor, and a leader at Drew

Writers@Drew highlights student contest winners

by Willy Nichter, Staff Writer      On Tuesday, April 25, Writers@Drew hosted an event honoring the winners of the English Department’s various creative writing contests. These contests included the Prose Contest hosted by Insanity’s Horse, Drew’s literary magazine, which also launched their 2017 issue during the event.         “It’s one of my favorite Writers@Drew’s, always, because I think that there’s such a diversity of … Continue reading Writers@Drew highlights student contest winners

Pulitzer Prize winning composer Julia Wolfe shares passion in the Forest

by Caitlin Shannon, Student Life & Arts Editor It isn’t often that you get to take a class with a Pulitzer Prize winning composer.  It’s even less often that you get to hear a piece you composed being played by a world-renowned music collective before you even receive your undergraduate diploma. Well, Drew students were awarded these opportunities with the residence of Julia Wolfe, the … Continue reading Pulitzer Prize winning composer Julia Wolfe shares passion in the Forest

WOCO hosts annual march for women’s empowerment against sexual violence

by Nina Campli, Staff Writer Last Thursday WOCO, the Women’s Concerns house on campus, held their annual Take Back the Night march, an event that “… marks our refusal to live in fear and be controlled by the threat of violence perpetrated against us (women).”  Keiran Wilson (‘17), a member of WOCO, explained, “This event is an important and long standing feminist tradition that is … Continue reading WOCO hosts annual march for women’s empowerment against sexual violence

Concert Hall Column 4/21

by Caitlin Shannon, Student Life & Arts Editor The end of April is arguably the craziest time of the year for any college student, and doubly so for music students. In addition to final papers, exams and projects, musical Drewids are gearing up for end of the year concerts, senior recitals, and juries. This weekend in particular is especially busy as almost all of Drew’s … Continue reading Concert Hall Column 4/21

Senior civic project bridges gap between domestic and international students at Drew

by Laura Archer, Staff Writer On Monday, Senior Civic Scholar Danielle Dorvil hosted the event “Immigration: Bridging the Cultural Gaps.” The purpose of the event was to inform both domestic and international students about the adjustments that come with attending a school in a foreign country. According to Collegeboard, 8% of students on Drew’s campus are from over 40 countries.   The open discussion featured … Continue reading Senior civic project bridges gap between domestic and international students at Drew