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

Senior Civic Scholar’s Project Will Bring Music to Your Ears

by Laura Archer, Contributing Writers Name: Brianna Donofrio Hometown: Morris County, New Jersey Major/minor: Neuroscience Major, Italian Minor What is your Civic Project called?: Songs for Smiles, A Benefit Concert for the Valerie Fund Children’s Center at Goryeb Children’s Hospital Located at Morristown Medical Center Who will it benefit?: The concert will benefit pediatric cancer for the Valerie Fund Children’s Center at Goryeb Children’s Hospital … Continue reading Senior Civic Scholar’s Project Will Bring Music to Your Ears

Spring Forward into the End of the Year: Senior Thesis Update

by Bella Louk, Staff Writer As the end of the year quickly approaches, everyone is busy finalizing projects and assignments, tying up loose ends and getting ready to go out with a bang. In particular, senior Baldwin Honors students are increasingly busy completing their senior theses. As a part of the Baldwin Honors program, each senior is required to write a thesis on a topic … Continue reading Spring Forward into the End of the Year: Senior Thesis Update

Make America Smart Again: Senior Thesis Update

Name: Alexander H. Slotkin Majors:  English (Concentration in Writing and Communications) & Philosophy Thesis topic/title if it currently has one: “Much to the dismay of foreign language students, my thesis follows the premise that true translation is impossible. I demonstrate that translations are pieces of art, not ‘copies’ of foreign works, by critically studying different translations of Plato’s book, ‘The Republic.’” How did you get … Continue reading Make America Smart Again: Senior Thesis Update

Drew Tones

Jillian Canal (’19) Hometown: Monroe, Connecticut Major/minor: Music and Psychology double major Instrument(s) / Voice part: Banjo, guitar, sings soprano, writing music Favorite song: In the Light by Led Zeppelin What is it about music that you love?: I love that it is such a worldwide form of expression. What makes music at Drew so special?: Music at drew is special because I’m allowed to … Continue reading Drew Tones

RISE Scholar Profile

by Izabella Louk, Contributing Writer Interview with Mason Scher (‘20) about the RISE seminar. What’s your name, hometown and anticipated major? My name is Mason Scher, I’m from Kingwood, New Jersey, right next to the lovely Delaware river, and I plan on being a Chemistry and Political Science double major. Who is your RISE mentor? I don’t have a RISE mentor yet, but we should … Continue reading RISE Scholar Profile