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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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Janel Gist, Assistant News Editor   Wearable technology for a long time was  a staple of science fiction movies, but with the introduction of Google Glass...

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Liz Pemberton, News Editor Students may be unaware about the new financial plan under development. University President MaryAnn Baenninger and Dylan Jones (’15), Student Government...

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Shalini Chalikonda, Staff Writer What do science and the church have in common? For two days at Drew Theological School, free lectures that were open...

Student Life and Arts

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Allison Estremera, Contributing Writer Keeping with the spirit of the spookiest time of year, October once again brings with it the opportunity for Drewids to...

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Caitlin Phillips, Contributing Writer What’s that tapping, rapping on your chamber door? It’s the Shakespeare Theatre’s fifth annual performance of “Something Wicked This Way Comes.”...

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Catherine King, Contributing Writer Hear ye, hear ye! It was a day of revels. Drew students traveled through time to the days of Medieval England....

Opinions

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Jared Sutton- Contributing Writer Recently, Rolling Stone profiled Florida’s gubernatorial election. In between the profanity-laden rants, catchy one-liners and conspicuous lack of anything associated with...

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The Drew Acorn Editorial Board It’s the middle of the semester, and as midterms approach or conclude, and essays come due, students utilize library spaces...

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The Drew Acorn Editorial Board Any students who read The Drew Acorn or followed their emails from Drew last semester were almost bombarded with news...

Ranger Sports

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On Saturday, Drew’s cross country team turned in three personal records and finished 10th out of 13 teams at the DeSales University Invitational. Notably,...

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  This past weekend Drew University men's soccer team played the Catholic University of America. Against Catholic, the Rangers played to a scoreless draw after...

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The Drew University Field Hockey team faced off against Landmark Conference rival and defending champion Catholic University on Saturday Oct. 11. Catholic, known for...