Fifty Years Later

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to Drew University In between the marches on Washington and from Selma to Montgomery, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke about civil rights spoke at Drew on February 5, 1964. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s visit to campus, we are pleased to offer the […]

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Maureen Reustle G’13
Arts & Letters D. Litt.

Maureen Reustle spent years as an educator and college administrator before applying to the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. With her children grown and her husband traveling, the time seemed right to resume academic study. Only this time Reustle, who had a master’s in education, wanted to explore the humanities. She dreamed of immersing herself in […]

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Juyeon Lee T’13
Master of Divinity

Serendipity, plus a generous scholarship, brought Juyeon Lee to Drew from Korea in 2009. “Without the opportunity I had to study at Drew, I don’t know where I would be,” says Lee, 31. “The experience really opened up my mind. Some day, when I have money, I would like to help a student myself.” As […]

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Andrew Binger ’13
B.A., English

Andrew Binger’s mother, born and raised in Jamaica, emphasized the importance of giving back. “Her family wasn’t well off. She always said, “Don’t take for granted the opportunities you have here. Be grateful for them, and give back,” he recalls. Binger, born in Newark, heeded her words. As a child he received a scholarship to a private […]

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Celebrate the Holidays with Drew!

Join together with the Drew family as we celebrate the season and prepare to welcome the New Year with festive gatherings. We look forward to celebrating with you! Drew Club of New York Holiday Party Tuesday, December 3 Drew Club of Atlanta Annual Holiday Party Thursday, December 5 Drew Club of Northern New Jersey Holiday Reception […]

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A Word from Matthew R. Beland, University Archivist

In November 1928, just three months after Brothers College opened its doors to students, the first issue of The Acorn shipped from the presses to the Drew community. Eighty-five years have passed, and Drew University’s newspaper continues to record and reflect upon the thoughts and activities of the student body. Throughout the nine decades of The […]

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David Cennimo ’97

Dr. David Cennimo ’97 has worked on the frontlines of the AIDS epidemic for the last fifteen years. He has seen it all, from heartbreak to headway, as an HIV specialist practicing and teaching at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark (formerly UMDNJ). “When I was a med student, people were dying from HIV […]

Arts & Letters Salon

November 10, 2013 Society, Economy and Leadership in the Twelfth Century: A Medieval Mirror and Modern Reflections   4:00-6:30 p.m. in Mead Hall $10 per person includes a reception following the panel discussion. Pre-registration for the Arts & Letters Salon is now closed. Please call the Office of Alumni Relations at (973) 408-3229 with any […]

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The Zuck Collection of Botanical Books

Drew Library has received a significant collection of books on botanical illustration, the gift of Lois E. Jackson C‘63. Ms. Jackson’s donation, to be called the Zuck Collection of Botanical Books, is named in honor of Florence and Robert K. Zuck, distinguished former professors of botany. As Ms. Jackson humorously relates, she arrived at Drew […]

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