The Hottest Coffee Shop in Town

by Laura Archer, Staff Writer Madison’s very own independent coffee shop, Drip, is the one spot every Drew student must visit at one point during their academic career. One of the best things about Drip is its location at 34th Main Street, which is only a 15 minute walk from campus. Down the block from Chipotle and across the street from Short Stories, Drip’s outdoor … Continue reading The Hottest Coffee Shop in Town

Concert Hall Column: The Kinnara Ensemble Returns to Drew for the 500th Anniversary of Reformation

by Nina Campli, Assistant Student Life & Arts Editor This past Friday, September 8, eight featured vocalists from the Kinnara Ensemble returned to Drew to perform pieces inspired the Protestant Reformation. The Kinnara Ensemble is a 32 voice chamber choir based in Princeton, NJ.  The group is led by conductor J.D. Burnett and features vocalists from all over the country. They had previously performed the … Continue reading Concert Hall Column: The Kinnara Ensemble Returns to Drew for the 500th Anniversary of Reformation

Reaction to Charlottesville

by  Ellie Kreidie, Contributing Writer  Scared. Confused. Concerned. Broken. Hurt. Disappointed. Frustrated. Pained. Disgusted. And hopeful. These were the words heard repeatedly stated by students and professors in response to the horrid images shown from Charlottesville. Nearly everyone, no matter the color of your skin or your political affiliation, felt a sense of pain from the events that unfolded in Charlottesville only a few short … Continue reading Reaction to Charlottesville

Drewids Branch out by Taking Advantage of Study Abroad Opportunities

by Nina Campli, Assistant Student Life & Arts Editor Drew students spent their summers in very different ways. Some worked, others spent time with friends while others binged on their favorite Netflix show. Then there were those who went on a ShorTREC, one of the study abroad opportunities offered here at Drew. ShortTRECs take place over summer, winter or Spring Break. Each TREC is led … Continue reading Drewids Branch out by Taking Advantage of Study Abroad Opportunities

Newest Korn Gallery Exhibit Features Work by Drew Alum

by Laura Archer, Staff Writer “Tête-à-tête” is the Korn Gallery’s latest showing, which features paintings from the Drew University alumni Omar Rodriguez-Graham. Rodriguez-Graham graduated from Drew in 2003, and later went on to graduate from Pennsylvania’s Tyler School of Art to obtain a Masters in Fine Art in 2005. His art has been featured in many museums, including Mexico’s National Museum of Art, Mexico’s Tamayo … Continue reading Newest Korn Gallery Exhibit Features Work by Drew Alum

Drew Celebrates 150 Years with Eight Case Exhibit

by Wily Nichter, Staff Writer Throughout this past year, Drew University has been celebrating its sesquicentennial anniversary, marking 150 years since its founding as a Methodist Seminary. The methods of celebration have been many and varied, but as we draw closer to the ending of the year, University Archivist Matthew Beland has taken it upon himself to mark the occasion with an eight-case exhibit documenting … Continue reading Drew Celebrates 150 Years with Eight Case Exhibit