1-26-15 Early ClosingDue to the impending snow, Drew University will close at 1:30 PM today, Monday, January 26, 2015 and be closed on Tuesday, Jan 27th. All classes and events after 1:30 PM today are cancelled.
Students, Faculty and Staff should be advised that updates about campus services (Food Service, Forum hours, etc) and re-opening timelines will happen via Drew email throughout the next few days. Please check here or your email for additional updates.
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Sixty Years After Kristallnacht: Upcoming Conference Will Address German-Jewish Relations in Germany Today–Conference Speakers and Topics
Opening Event Features Concert Vergessene Leider (Forgotten Songs)–Karsten Troyke, Germany’s most famous klezmer musician
Message from Co-Directors–introducing Writing Workshop for Survivors
Meet Our Members: Spotlight on Arlene Kesselhaut
Israel Award of “Righteous Among the Nations” Conferred on Drew Campus–Imre Farkass
Kathy Katona Expresses Hartfelt Thanks to Her Rescuer, Imre Farkass
Literary Pages: Meeting in Bonn, 1976, by Halina Nelken
The Strange Story of the Poisonous Mushrooms. . . A “Cautionary” Tale for Children of the Third Reich, by Mary V. Mills
Story of Witness. . . David’s Story: The Bare Facts, by Barbara LeFebvre
Salomea’s Salon: A German-Jewish Life in Song and Story
Why I Have Not Visited Germany: An Opinion Piece and Position Paper, by Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg
Report From Nes Ammim, by Rev. Dr. Kathleen Rusnak