Former Yankee, Ball Four Author Jim Bouton Speaking Thursday

Jim Bouton pitched for the Yankees in the 1960’s, but is known more for Ball Four, a 1970 memoir that chronicled the foibles of baseball players. His tell-all tale was decades ahead of its time and even earned the label, “detrimental to baseball” from then Major League Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn. The book seems quaint […]

Civically-Engaged Alumni Networking Event

Drew Juniors and Seniors! Are you civic minded? Thinking of a career in the non-profit or government sectors, or using your Drew education to benefit the common good in some way? You’re invited to attend the first annual Civically-Engaged Alumni Networking Event​ on Tuesday October 20th​ at ​7pm in the EC 1867 Lounge. Our alumni […]


Former Students Salute Drew’s Nobel Prize Winner

Kudos from Dr. William Campbell’s former students continue to pile up. Many studied biology or biochemistry in Drew’s RISE program, and fondly recall the Nobel Laureate’s eloquence, poetry and wit. For Drew.edu’s latest coverage of our Nobel winner, click here.

***Theo Talk Radio Show on Two Week Hiatus***

“Theo Talk Where Social Justice and Theology Meet” will be on hiatus for two weeks. We encourage you to attend Tipple-Vosburgh Lecture Series today, and enjoy your week off of school next week. We look forward to your listening on the next exciting Theo Talk Show on Wed. 10/28/15. Peace

Bible Study with Catholic Campus Ministry!

Hey everyone, Catholic Campus Ministry will be hosting a bible study today Wednesday, October 14, from 6pm-7pm in EC 145. Come take a break, have some pizza, and spend some time with fellow brothers and sisters. We hope you can make it!

Affluenza TONIGHT 7PM in LC28

Join the Eco Reps in watching Affluenza, a documentary that focuses on the damage being done to our health, communities and society in the obsessive request for material gain. This documentary suggests strategies to restore our community as we respect the earth. This screening will be our kick off event: Drew it in the Dark […]

Organizing for Change Workshop – Last Chance to Register

ONLY A FEW MORE SPOTS LEFT – REGISTER NOW! Learn to have an impact on pressing social issues that matter to you. Practice concrete skills including strategic planning, power mapping, grassroots organizing and getting your message out. Learn core advocacy skills: media strategies, relationship building, policy analysis and more. Identify strategies for making change, and […]

Be Jersey Strong! Help the Uninsured in New Jersey

Harvard Medical student Aakash Kaushik will present information on Be Jersey Strong, an organization that trains and mobilizes students to advise the uninsured about healthcare options. This event has been organized by Drew University Civic Scholar Olivia Rutler and will be held  Wednesday, October 14th at 4:30pm in HS4!

Join us Today for a Film and Conversation with a Holocaust Survivor

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 […]