Drum Set Studies at Drew

Do you know that you can study drum set at Drew for credit? The Music Department at Drew offers private instruction in voice and many instruments. Instructor Karl Latham, an adjunct assistant professor, tailors his teaching to the ability and interests of each student.  Latham performs and records in nearly every style of popular music, with Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, jazz icons and on Broadway, as a sub on hit shows like “Beautiful” and previously “Hamilton” and “Bring It On”. Plus, if you’re a student on campus, Drew has a drum set for practicing. For details on private instruction, please click here.


Board Members Wanted!

Gaming Club is looking for new board members to help expand our gaming interests, such as retro gaming, board games, card games, and more!  To apply, fill out this form: We will be holding board position elections at the end of semester.  

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Come to the Pub Today!

Come to the Pub today! Starting at 5 PM, drink specials, free* pizza. 21+ with ID; the Pub promotes responsible drinking.

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Earth Day Celebration

    On April 22, join EcoReps in celebrating Earth Day on BC Patio.  Come celebrate sustainability with the Drew EcoReps! Join in on upcycled DIY crafts, show your love for the Earth, decorate your reusable water bottle, and more! Try sustainable snacks and learn new facts for this Earth Day Celebration!

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Faculty and Alumni Authors of Nonfiction Books Kornitzer Prize Competition Drew faculty and alumni authors are eligible for the eleventh Béla Kornitzer Awards in recognition of outstanding nonfiction books published between 15 October 2015 and 1 August 2019. Separate awards, including monetary prizes of $2,000, honor faculty and alumni authors. A faculty prize committee will select the winners, and the winners will be announced at a Library celebration in early 2020. Please send or bring submissions including:  Book, letter of nomination, and reviews if available to: Andrew Bonamici University Librarian Drew University Library 36 Madison Avenue Madison, NJ    07940 Submitted books will be added to the University Archives Faculty and Alumni Collection.  The submission deadline is 1 September 2019.  Early submissions are encouraged. Please note that previous winners are not eligible for the competition. The Kornitzer Award was established in 1992, by Alicia and George Karpati to honor the achievements of Mrs. Karpati’s brother, Béla Kornitzer, as a journalist and author in Hungary and the United States. The Library maintains a special collection related to Mr. Kornitzer’s books and career.  For further information about the Kornitzer awards, contact the Library at 973.408.3472.  

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Honors Defenses This Week!

There are many Honors Defenses happening this week! For the full schedule, please visit this link on the Specialized Honors website.   Friday, April 19: Olivia Winters, Theatre Arts and French, 10:30 am, ARTS 137. “La Vie Que J’avais Prévue: The Complicated Relationship between Documentary Theatre and Hate Crimes, a Praxis & Analysis” Kyle Majid, Environmental Studies and Sustainability, 4:30 pm, HS 139, “Benefits of the Reintroduction of Crassostrea virginica in New York State”   Monday, April 22: Alexandra Koeck, Anthropology, 4:30 pm, ARTS 106. “Identity, Political Ecology, and Human Security: A Study of Climate-Induced Intra-Ethnic Conflict among the Fulani in the Sahel Region of Nigeria.”

Forest Sessions

Volunteer & Extra Credit: Forest Sessions 4/18 & 4/19

Want to help restore the drew forest? Or the Great Swamp? Or both Then come with long pants and sturdy shoes to these work sessions below! & don’t forget to sign up HERE CIVICS GET HOURS THESE CLASSES OFFER EXTRA CREDIT FOR ATTENDANCE: ENV 160, ESS/ENGH 204, ENV 150, ENV 265 DREW FOREST SESSION: APRIL 18TH 12PM-2PM & 4PM-6PM Meet at Forest Preserve Gate (next to the baseball field) GREAT SWAMP SESSION: APRIL 19TH 12PM-4PM If you will drive yourself, please go to 83 Tiger Lily Lane  Transportation provided for Drew students (meet at Simon Forum parking lot)  Those who seek degrees should SAVE THE TREES! FOR INQUIRIES ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES OR DIRECTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL KCIPOLLA@DREW.EDU FOR MORE INFORMATION