Drew Pendergrass, preposition dangler

I am a native of Huntsville, Alabama, and this is my website. It hosts a variety of projects, resources, and posts made over the years, including experimental music, my writing, video games, and a blog.

Currently, I study Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics at Harvard University. I am an undergraduate research assistant in the Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group, where I am attempting to model extreme pollution events in eastern China. I also edit US Politics for the Harvard Political Review and write for the weekly magazine of the The Crimson. More importantly, I have the standard number of digits, limbs, organs, arteries, etc., I am not reptilian, and I have absolutely no intention of running for Senate in the great state of Minnesota.


Read my latest article for the Harvard Political Review, "Inside the Climate Science Witch Hunts."

A Brief Q&A

Q. Why does this page keep changing?

A. This page is randomly generated by the server on each load. Most of the page's contents are not displayed on one particular load, so for the full experience reload a bunch of times.

Q. Who is our most attractive president?

A. The basic answer here is JFK, but I ask everyone to reconsider one Franklin Pierce. Sure he was a terrible president, but look at that hair!

Franklin Pierce picture

Q. How can I contact you?

A. You can follow me on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Soundcloud, and LinkedIn; you can contact me through any of those websites or drew@drewpendergrass.com.

Please address all complaints to grievances@drewpendergrass.com, an email address I definitely check.

Q. Who are you?

A. Well, to start off, I have not, nor will I ever, be a victim of a mummy's curse, I keep the old gods, I have no trouble distinguishing my right from my left, I am not a member of any extreme political groups, and I have no dietary restrictions. If you for some strange reason would like to know something substantial about me, you can check out my projects page or my LinkedIn.

From the archives:


A Moving, and Random, Quotation

There is no shortage of good days. It is good lives that are hard to come by. A life of good days lived in the senses is not enough. The life of sensation is the life of greed; it requires more and more. The life of the spirit requires less and less; time is ample and its passage sweet. Who would call a day spent reading a good day? But a life spent reading -- that is a good life.

-Annie Dillard

Read more here.