A Decade After the First iPhone

By Maïmouna Kanté From Apple Every year, the world waits for Apple to reveal its new products. Attached to our screens, many of us wait impatiently for the reveal and the next product that will empty our pockets. This year’s keynote took place in the brand new Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, CA. This brand new Apple campus runs on a 100% renewable energy and … Continue reading A Decade After the First iPhone

Women’s Soccer Picks Up Two Victories After Old Westbury Scoring Frenzy

Christina Christodoulou The Drew University women’s soccer team achieved back-to-back victories this week, improving their record to 4-2. The first win of the week came on September 10, with a thrilling overtime goal against Ramapo to put the Rangers up 2-1.                             Drew was down 1-0 with less than half an hour of … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Picks Up Two Victories After Old Westbury Scoring Frenzy

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

Men’s Soccer Keeps Record Unblemished through Their Second Week of Play

Harry Cohen The Rangers took their 3-0 record on the road last weekend to the Brick City Challenge hosted by Rutgers-Newark. The Drew scoring machine was finally stopped as the Elmhurst College Blue Jays played the Rangers to a 0-0 tie. But Drew would not stay scoreless for long, as they put themselves back in the win column with a 3-2 victory over the Whitman … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Keeps Record Unblemished through Their Second Week of Play

“Fitness is Key”: An Update on Club Sports at Drew

Club sports at Drew are in full swing, with every sport holding weekly practices and some already beginning their games and tournaments. The step team held their first practice this week, and the team is doing well after being discontinued for several years due to lack of interest. The Rangerettes are also rehearsing, and they will soon premiere their new dances at the Rose City … Continue reading “Fitness is Key”: An Update on Club Sports at Drew

Cross Country Begin Landmark Action

Alexa Fitzgerald Last Saturday, the Rangers men’s and women’s cross country teams squared off against several Landmark Conference opponents at the Juniata XC Invitational. Among the teams from the Landmark Conference were the hosts Juniata along with Drew, Catholic, Goucher, Moravian and Susquehanna. Both Rangers men’s and women’s squads ran full distance races for the first time this season. The men completed a full 8,000 … Continue reading Cross Country Begin Landmark Action