In the Face of Vandalism

By Matthew Ludak When I opened my email and read that the Black Lives Matter sign, which had been on display in Seminary Hall, had been vandalized, I was many things, but not surprised. And after talking it over with several friends and fellow students, I quickly realized that nobody else seemed that surprised either. Sure, there was a general sense of angry disappointment, but … Continue reading In the Face of Vandalism

Ibtihaj Muhammad Comes to Drew

On The New York Times’ Evening Briefing of April 25, the newspaper highlighted key stories of Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban, Colin Kaepernick and female Olympian rights. Thirty minutes later, almost in perfect sync, Ibtihaj Muhammad entered the Concert Hall to give a talk on topics that more than ever are relevant to the Drew community. Drew’s Muslim Student Association invited Muhammad, a saber fencer in … Continue reading Ibtihaj Muhammad Comes to Drew

Foraging in the Forest: Student Projects at Drew

By: Nina Campli, Assistant Editor of Student Life and Arts Photos Courtesy of: Marc Randall For the last Foraging in the Forest of the semester, we head back to the Music Wing of the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts. Each year the Senior Music Majors present their Capstone projects to the Music department. Along with research, each student must have a performance aspect to … Continue reading Foraging in the Forest: Student Projects at Drew

Concert Hall Column: Concert Review

By: Nina Campli, Assistant Editor of Student Life and Arts Pictures Courtesy of Communications This past week the Concert Hall was filled with the sounds of the many amazing ensembles of Drew University. Each of these musical ensembles, which are comprised of students, faculty and community members, showed off all their hard work with an end of the semester concert. This week’s set kicked off … Continue reading Concert Hall Column: Concert Review

CIAO Celebrates Italian Heritage and the End of the Semester with Nutella

By: Willy Nichter, Staff Writer Photographer: Willy Nichter At 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24, the Ehinger Center lounge became host to Nutella Night, an event sponsored by the Cultural Italian-American Organization, also known as CIAO. The event, a campus tradition going back at least ten years, allows students to partake in a variety of Italian and Italian-American treats made with or that could be … Continue reading CIAO Celebrates Italian Heritage and the End of the Semester with Nutella

WoCo: A Feminist House Hosts Annual ‘Take Back the Night’ March and Men’s Vigil

By: Renee Walters, Contributing Writer Photo Courtesy of Anna Gombert On Thursday, April 26, Women’s Concerns: A Feminist House (WoCo) hosted “Take Back the Night,” an annual event to bring awareness to and protest against sexual violence against women. Take Back the Night is an international event and began in the 1978 in response to the murders and violence perpetrated against women in the United … Continue reading WoCo: A Feminist House Hosts Annual ‘Take Back the Night’ March and Men’s Vigil

Suicide Prevention Week

By Mike McCurry Along the paths of Drew, 1,100 little white flags have been braving the harsh weather. But what are the flags for you might ask? Those small perseverant flags represent the 1,100 college students who take their own lives each year. To raise awareness for suicide prevention month, Drew DV8 has adorned the paths with these flags along with informational posters in efforts … Continue reading Suicide Prevention Week