While Drew makes a good effort to address the different needs of its student body, there is still a long road to travel in order to make sure that, regardless of whether a student has a disability or not, they can thrive and learn at the same level as their counterparts. It has been discussed before that most buildings are not handicap accessible. But the … Continue reading Academic Accessibility Continues to be Inaccessible
By Katelynn Fleming This past week, Hurricane Harvey swept through western Texas and much of Louisiana, defying Texas state records on sustained landfall. With winds of 110 mph, gusts up to 132 mph and storm surges up to 10 feet in coastal areas, it is no surprise that Harvey imbued affected areas with intense flooding. Estimates of damage, primarily caused by flooding, range wildly from … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey Causes Damage to Texas
By Colleen Dabrowski This summer, Drew University was featured in both the Fiske Guide for College and “Colleges that Create Futures”, a sub-listing of The Princeton Review’s “The Best 382 Colleges” in which Drew was also featured. The Princeton Review’s sublist has rated universities based on eight categories –– academics and administration, demographics, extracurriculars, politics, quality of life, schools by type, social scene, and town … Continue reading Drew University Ranked Highly by The Princeton Review and The Fiske Guide to Colleges
by Caitlin Shannon, Student Life & Arts Editor It’s impossible to live on campus without your Drew ID card between getting into buildings, buying coffee and swiping in to eat at the Commons. Everyone knows that your Drew ID is your ticket to life in The Forest, but what can your ID get you outside of the 183 acre campus that we call home? Even … Continue reading What can your Drew Card get you?
By Josie Emanuelli The Drew University men’s and women’s tennis teams combined for a complete victory over Susquehanna University on Sunday, April 23. The men defeated the River Hawks with a score of 7-2, while the women increased their winning streak to 13, winning with a score of 8-1. On the men’s side, the Rangers won virtually every singles match apart from the number five … Continue reading Women’s tennis to host playoffs
By Chris Morville Drew’s baseball team has moved forward in their chase for a Landmark Conference playoff spot with a complete three-game sweep of the University of Scranton this past weekend. Throughout the three games, Drew outscored their opponent 25-7, with their largest win coming from a 17-5 score in game two. Drew’s overall record moves to 20-11 and they have put together a four … Continue reading Baseball hopes for playoff chance
By Mateo Maduro Over the weekend, the university’s softball team celebrated three members of the class of 2017 against Scranton University in the Landmark Conference doubleheader. The doubleheader ended in a split with the Rangers winning game two with a score of 3-2. Scranton won the first game 13-2 before the Rangers had a walk-off win in game two in the eighth inning, which now … Continue reading Softball splits against Scranton with playoff hopes still alive