Keep Showing Up. Keep Showing Out.

by Kassel Franco Garibay On January 21, 2017, I stood in the streets of New York City along with half a million people to march for women’s rights. To be completely fair, it was not so much marching as it was shuffling in one place for five hours, taking a ridiculously long time to advance a single block and then being stopped a few meters … Continue reading Keep Showing Up. Keep Showing Out.

Drewids join the Women’s March

By Caitlin Shannon Two buses full of passionate Drewids made their way down I-78 last Saturday morning en route to the New York City Women’s March. Showing their Drew pride and standing up for the rights of all marginalized peoples, these students were part of a moment that will surely be in history books. This march allowed members of the Drew community the opportunity to … Continue reading Drewids join the Women’s March

Roughly 100 Drewids organize to join the Women’s March in New York City

by Anna Gombert The idea for the Women’s March on Washington came from a Facebook post made by sixty-six year old Teresa Shook, in which she wrote that there should be a march in response to the election of Donald Trump. The original march took place in Washington, D.C., the day after Trump’s inauguration. There were sister marches in every state in the US, with … Continue reading Roughly 100 Drewids organize to join the Women’s March in New York City

Women’s March: An International Perspective

By Kassel Franco Garibay Throughout the week preceding the Women’s March several of my international friends approached me with doubts regarding the march. “Do you think it is safe for us to go?” “Aren’t you concerned about being arrested?” “Are you taking your passport with you?” As international students, our biggest fear is to make a slight mistake and end up losing our precious student … Continue reading Women’s March: An International Perspective