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Eagles Announce New Charitable Event for Autism Research

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, Mayor Jim Kenney and representatives from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Drexel University and Thomas Jefferson University/Jefferson Health stood together on a […]


Cell Phones That Charge in Seconds? New Research From Drexel Says It’s Possible

The battery hasn’t advanced in decades, and engineers at Drexel University want to change that. A team of researchers led by College of Engineering professor […]

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Drexel Frat Sued by Parents of Son Severely Injured in Fight

Parents of a former Drexel University student have sued several fraternity members at the school whom they say failed to call for help when their […]


Philly Organizers Urge Chamber of Commerce to Drop Wage Equity Lawsuit

For the first time since Philadelphia’s wage equity law has come under attack, members of the public came forward on Tuesday to express their support […]

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Mad Music Scientists Combine Drums and Magnets

Chances are, you’ve never seen anything like Drumhenge — a brand new musical instrument composed of 16 drums each of which can be vibrated electromagnetically. […]


Chamber Says CHOP, Drexel Would Suffer Under Philadelphia’s Wage Equity Law

The Chamber of Commerce has finally opened up about the “broad coalition” of business community members who say they’d suffer if Philadelphia’s new wage equity […]

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Drexel Frat Suspended for Five Years

A Drexel University fraternity has been suspended for five years. Tau Kappa Epsilon, located at 3421 Powelton Ave., was already temporarily suspended earlier this month amidst […]

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Report: Drexel Police Investigating Second Frat for Sexual Assault

A little more than a week since Drexel University suspended a fraternity amidst a sexual assault investigation, a second frat is allegedly being probed for […]


Love Rosé? This Tasting Will Make You an Expert

Springtime (and warm weather, we presume?) is here, which means that it’s almost time for everyone’s favorite pink-hued alcoholic beverage to dominate. Thanks to the […]

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Drexel Suspends Frat Amid Sexual Assault Investigation

This is a developing story. Check back for more information. Drexel University has suspended a fraternity under investigation amid two sexual assault allegations. The university has […]


Tax Abatement Huge Shot in Arm for City, Study Finds

Consider the 10-year property tax abatements on new construction and rehabilitation a down payment on a future gusher in revenue for the city thanks to […]


Hard Hat Tour: Vue32, the Building

When we checked out the Vue32 project ten months ago, it was only barely rising from a hole in the ground. It’s progressed quite nicely since […]


Tickets On Sale Now For The 2017 Philly Chef Conference

Once again, Drexel and its school of hospitality and sports management is holding their Philly Chef Conference. This time around, it’s happening on Sunday and […]

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Temple, Penn, Drexel Students Plan Walkouts During Trump’s Inauguration

Students from several Philadelphia universities, including Temple University, the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University, are planning to walk out of their classrooms during president-elect […]

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11 Things You Might Not Know About Drexel University

In case you somehow missed the cake and balloons, Drexel University turned 125 this year. To celebrate, two Drexel profs, Richardson Dilworth (grandson of the […]