Public Safety Reports No Transports at Holiday Ball

by Shaylyn MacKinnon This past Saturday, December 2, was the widely anticipated Holiday Ball and, surprisingly, there were no transports. The Holiday Ball has been notorious for rowdy student behavior and transports due to intoxication for years. The Drew Acorn reached out to the head of Public Safety, Bill Ortman, for comment on this surprising turn of events. When asked if the rumor that there … Continue reading Public Safety Reports No Transports at Holiday Ball

Flynn Pleads Guilty on Trial

by Brittany Greve Michael Flynn, the ex-national security adviser in the Trump administration who resigned after just one month in the position due to his alleged involvement with a Russian ambassador during the election, is back in the forefront of the news after he plead guilty this past week to those same allegations almost nine months later. Flynn said he had given “incomplete information” regarding … Continue reading Flynn Pleads Guilty on Trial

Forest Findings: Red-tailed Hawk

Photo credits: National Audubon Society By: Colleen Dabrowski The Red-tailed Hawk, Buteo jamaicensis, is the most common hawk in North America. They can be found all over, including in the West Indies. In fact, Jamaica was where the hawk was first studied, according to National Geographic. The habitat of the Red-tailed Hawk is varied; they can be found anywhere that provides high perches and large … Continue reading Forest Findings: Red-tailed Hawk

Athlete Spotlight: Yonathan Napoleon

Josephine Emanuelli Yonathan Napoleon (‘18) has been a standout player on the men’s basketball team throughout his time in the Forest, but it seems as if this may be his most remarkable season yet. He was named Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week following his performance against Wilkes and Catholic. Napoleon averaged 31.5 points and four assists over those two games, helping lead the Rangers … Continue reading Athlete Spotlight: Yonathan Napoleon

Women’s Fencing Extends Winning Streak at Holiday Invitational

Alexa Fitzgerald On Saturday, December 2, the Rangers fencing teams hosted the Drew Holiday Invitational at the Simon Forum. Women’s fencing turned in an exceptional performance, going 5-0 on the day to remain undefeated at home. The Rangers hold an 11 match win streak, while they improved their record to 23-1 for the season. The Rangers posted a 19-8 victory over TCNJ, then defeated Florida … Continue reading Women’s Fencing Extends Winning Streak at Holiday Invitational

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

Swimming Sweeps Ranger Invitational Meet

Nathe Davidovich Concluding the Ranger Invitational with two days of incredibly strong performances, the Drew University Rangers swimming & diving teams broke a total of 13 school records on Saturday at the Kirby Pool. Tallying 268 points in women’s competition and 263 points in the men’s competition, the Rangers swept both the men’s and women’s team titles.   On the women’s side Mal Vishwanath (‘20) … Continue reading Swimming Sweeps Ranger Invitational Meet