Drexel University


Two Drexel Students Deliver Drug Paraphernalia Via GoPuff App

It’s 2 a.m., you just got home from the bar, and you really want to smoke some pot. You’ve got the drugs but nothing to […]


Day 2: Live From Drexel University

We’re coming to you today live from the Philly Chef Conference at Drexel University. We’ll be blogging and tweeting from the conference today. Yesterday was […]


Philly Chef Conference Coming To Drexel

You know, it’s about time something like this happened. On January 13 and 14, Drexel’s hospitality school will be hosting an industry-focused conference called, naturally, […]

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Saffron: West Philly Boom Is Nice, But Getting There May Be 100 Percent of the Battle

The Inquirer’s architecture critic, Inga Saffron, has occasionally been accused of being too negative — a charge leveled at most good critics at one time […]


Philly’s Secret Collection of the Best Clothes Ever

Philly’s best-kept secret may very well be Drexel’s Historic Costume Collection, a museum-quality cache of garments and accessories (more than 1,200 of them) that date […]


Joe Coffee Open and Serving Talula’s Daily Bites

Great news for caffeine addicts and returning students in University City: Joe Coffee officially opened its new location on Drexel’s campus. “Joe Chestnut” is the […]


That’s Doctor Vetri To You

Chef, mega restaurateur and James Beard Award Winner are all titles you can use in conjunction with Marc Vetri. But now you can also call […]


New Project in Powelton Village Gives Dorms a Run for Their Money

A few years ago, Todd Potter says he realized there was a big void in the Philadelphia real estate market. Students looking to live off-campus […]

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Bart Blatstein Wants to Buy Marketplace Design Center [UPDATED]

We’ve heard from multiple sources that developer Bart Blatstein is trying to finance the purchase of the Marketplace Design Center, best known as the sprawling interior […]


Staging 101: Do Not Cover Bong With Boxer Shorts

Actually, we can’t really tell what the boxer shorts are covering. The first thought was a lamp, but then, there’s a lamp right next to […]


Development Around Drexel Endangers Professor’s Well-Being

Drexel professor Kathleen Volk-Miller, who heads up the Painted Bride Quarterly literary magazine and brought the international Literary Death Match to Philadelphia (the only city […]


It’s Confirmed: Shake Shack to University City

Shake Shack is indeed coming to University City. Danny Meyer’s burger chain will be an anchor tenant of Drexel’s Chestnut Square complex, under construction on […]


Is Shake Shack Opening In University City?

That’s what the rumor-mill is churning out today. According to the Insider, a Drexel campus location for Shake Shack seems most likely–which will no doubt […]


Six Pack: Veggie Burgers in Philadelphia

Travel + Leisure named Philadelphia the no. 2 burger city in all of America this year jumping up from last year’s paltry no. 22, and […]


Celebrate Frank Furness, a Philadelphia Legend, at Local Restaurants

With that mustache, he’d fit right in in Fishtown This year marks 100 years since the death of famous Philadelphia architect Frank Furness. Furness’ designs […]