Cornelius, Rodney
September 1994
21st Century;Sep94, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p12
This article offers a review on Drew University located in Madison, New Jersey. The university has a student population of about 2,200 and is located in a forested area, making it some what of a hidden secret. It describes the university as having all the things the big universities in the city have while at the same being technologically advanced. It offers information on the activities that students can engaged themselves in the university campus.


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