Junior Class Message!

Hello JUNIORS!   Get excited guys!!! We’re starting to discuss potential themes for Junior/Senior. We’ll let you know when we come up with a final theme. Just incase you were wondering, the napkin board concern in the commons is now online on their website. Also, Dining time concerns were discussed and will be addressed. “Meet […]

DHO’s Detox Day!

DETOX DAY!!! Hosted by:  The Drew Health Organization (DHO) When and Where:  September 30th at the EC Patio Time:  12:00PM-5:30pm   ****FREE JUNGLE JUICE SMOOTHIES

“Theo Talk: Where Social Justice and Theology Meet”

“Theo Talk: Where Social Justice and Theology Meet” is a Drew Theological School radio show that discusses relevant theological & social justice issues. The show airs live on Wednesdays from 2-3 pm on WMNJ The Forest. You may listen online at www.wmnjtheforest.com and call in at 973-408-4567. Please join us Wednesday @ 2pm on “Theo […]

Gaming Club sponsors New York ComicCon trip!

At 11:00 a.m. on Saturday October 4, email cmileham@drew.edu to  be one of the first 30 people to reserve a Sunday pass to ComicCon on October 12th. You will be contacted later in the day with more information regardless if you are one of the first 30 people. Reservations will be $20 for the day pass and train fare […]

Study Abroad on a Short Term Program!

Applications due October 1 Scholarships available Afro-Brazilian Culture in Bahia, Brazil 2015 Jan Term Program Faculty Director: Allan Dawson The European Union: The Past, Present & Future of Economic and Political Integration 2015 Summer Program Faculty Directors: Jason Jordan and Bernard Smith Visit www.drew.edu/globaled for program information and to apply by October 1!

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Theatre & Dance/DUDS Production of LINKED this week

The Theatre & Dance Department and Drew University Dramatic Society open our 2014-15 Production Season with Linked, a new play written by 2014 CLA grad/present MAT graduate student Stephanie Weymouth. Linked follows the lives of 10 individuals, the connections between them, and the impact on all of the choices made leading up to 9/11. The […]

“Blood Rising” Screening and Discussion, Thurs., Oct 2., 7:30 pm, Arts 106

“BLOOD RISING”–A Film on the Femicides of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Co-sponsored by the Caspersen School, the CLA, and the Center for Religion, Culture and Conflict Please join us for a screening and discussion of the documentary film Blood Rising on Thursday, Oct 2 at 7:30 pm in ARTS 106.  Mark McLaughlin, Director of Bang Bang […]

Mindfulness Canceled for 10/1/14

The mindfulness meditation session that is scheduled for 10/1/14 at noon in The Space is canceled. It will resume on Wednesday 10/8. We recommend that you take the time to enjoy a walk at the labyrinth behind the Hall of Sciences. Information on labyrinth walks is available at: http://www.gentle-stress-relief.com/walking-the-labyrinth.html

DUMS Meeting (Drew U. Music Society) this Friday

Hello Music Enthusiasts! There has been some interest in resurrecting DUMS (Drew University Music Society). Our first meeting is Friday, October 3rd at 4:30pm in Music 211 in the DOYO. Also, at the first meeting we would like to have an election of student officers. Please email or come with your nominations! Positions to be […]

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