Sociology Club Presents: “The Drop Box” Screening

Infant and child abandonment is a global issue. Attend this film screening of the documentary The Drop Box Film on Wednesday, October 7th from 6:30pm-8:00pm in BC 101.  Take a small step to bring a halt to this matter. A Q&A session will proceed after the film. *This is NOT a pro-life or religious campaign but […]

Celebrating Drew’s Nobel Laureate

William Campbell, a scientist and associate fellow in Drew’s RISE program, is now a Nobel Prize winner for developing a drug that treats parasitic diseases. His past students lauded him as eloquent, witty and humble. For more on Campbell’s global honor and RISE click here, here, here and here.

Tuesdays with T/B Faculty Associates

Remember Tuesdays at Tolley/Brown Lounge are the place to discuss current events with Drew Faculty Associates or any questions regarding academics, etc. help on upcoming assignments or papers or perspectives Tuesday afternoon from 2:45-3:45 p.m. discuss how a Drew faculty member just won the Nobel Prize in Medicine or talk about Second Amendment of the […]

Attend an Emerging Leaders Conference!

Mayor Conley and President Baenninger both chair a consortium of local CEO’s that are dedicated to civic engagement and leadership.  More about this organization can be found here: Each year, two of the CEOs from this organization speak to a group of 50 or so high school students from Madison (Drew students are also invited).  […]


TAPPED Screening

Tuesday, October 6th TAPPED screening and discussion Location: Learning Center 28 Time: 7:30PM TAPPED is a documentary discussing the financial and ecological impact of the bottled water industry including the toxic byproducts of manufacturing plastic water bottles. Join us in learning about why the shift to reusable bottles is so important to the DREW community!   […]

Conversation with Holocaust survivor Fran (Fay) Malkin

Anne Frank died in the Holocaust.  Come hear the story of someone fortunate enough to survive. Please join The Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study in a conversation with Holocaust survivor Fran (Fay) Malkin, who was one of those hidden children in Poland. On Wednesday, October 14, 2015 4 p.m.  – 6:30 p.m. in the Learning Center […]


Theme House Block Party!

BLOCK PARTY TIME!!!! Thursday October 8th at 4PM come to HERB Circle! (Between Haselton and Baldwin) The Theme Houses are hosting a Block Party to introduce themselves to the community! There will be games, arts and crafts, snacks, and music! 4pm!