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DVT STORIES: COVID-19 AND DREW UNIVERSITY

Covid-19 Stories

Image created by Kirstin Waldmann (C’20)

The Special Collections and University Archives Department of the University Libraries wants to know how COVID-19 has affected Drew students, faculty, and staff.  What is your story of, your experience of, or your response to DVT (Drew Virtual Time)? Please send diary entries, art, screen-captures of social media posts, memes, or reflective pieces to archives@drew.edu or direct message us on Instagram @drewarchives.

“There is hardly anything in the Drew University Archives about the 1918 flu epidemic and its impact on Drew. That’s an unfortunate silence.  This is an opportunity for us in the Drew community to share our stories so that future researchers will have rich sources to work with.” – Matthew Beland, University Archivist

THE DREW TIMES OCTOBER 28, 1957 – SATIRICAL ISSUE OF THE DREW ACORN

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