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2014 Special Orientation Issue

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Bhumi Patel - Assistant Student Life & Arts Editor Some college students like to live the carefree life on a tight budget. Sacrificing things you...

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By Kirby Clark - Sports Editor / Taryn Murphy - Managing Editor The past two weeks have proved to be crucial for the soccer, cross...

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By The Drew Acorn staff Freshman 15 Tip #1: There’s a shortcut to Madison! It’s behind Sitterly House, the home of the English Department, you can...

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By Taylor Tracy - Student Life and Arts Editor In the midst of roommate drama, studying for stressful classes and nightly meals in the Commons, it’s...

Stay updated on the latest INTO-Drew news!

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By Phillipe AbiYouness - Staff Writer After months of deliberative meetings and discussions, Drew University has further opened its doors to the international world by...

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By Janel Gist - Assistant News Editor As plans for INTO continue to move forward, Drew was visited this week by over 90 recruiters from...

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(Above) Dean Criares (C’85), Chairman of the Board of Trustees, fully supports a partnership with INTO, but says his support is conditional on...

Drew University - INTO Meeting

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Could you imagine a Drew with more classrooms and academic buildings, larger class sizes, more residence halls, parking garages, an expanded Commons, and, dare...

News

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PETAPIXEL.COM | Frasca spent most of her childhood in her father’s darkroom. These memories are the inspiration for some of her poetry.   SHALINI CHALIKONDA Staff...

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Janel Gist - Assistant News Editor   Air pollution research in Wyoming is a controversial subject because of pressure from the gas drilling and fracking industries. Several...

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Ashleigh Fernandez - Staff Writer “The media has failed us and kept us in the dark on the conflict in Syria. The mayor has witnessed the...

Student Life and Arts

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Silvia Ramirez - Contributing Writer Paper made out of soldiers’ uniforms? As part of the Writers@Drew, the Forest presented two U.S. Marine veterans and artists,...

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Jill Griffith - Contributing Writer Phallic fun and victorious vagina cupcakes were all the rage at WoCo: A Feminist House’s 90’s Sweater Party last Saturday...

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Allison Estremera    1.) EC- Located between the Student Government and Acorn offices, this hidden gem provides a great selection without fear of your favorite snacks...

Opinions

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For a school as small as ours, management and interdepartmental communication often feels fragmented. It seems as if the entire University is rarely behind...

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Jared Sutton - Contributing Writer Geographically and socially, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and Olympia, Wash. are as different as it gets: Olympia is cold, rainy and...

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I wanted to extend my heartfelt thanks to Wajiha Azaz and Naeem Khan from the Muslim Student Association. They spent an afternoon at the...

Ranger Sports

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Outside of competing on the field, there are other aspects of intercollegiate athletics that can serve as valuable foundations for the development of many...

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The Drew University men's basketball team opened their 2014-2015 season with a Rose Classic Tournament face-off against St. Joseph's College on Nov. 15. The...

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The Drew University swimming and diving teams fell to the Catholic University of America in both the men’s and women’s meets on Saturday. The...