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U-City Named Hottest Tech Submarket in Nation

Those shiny new buildings rising in University City are not only turning it into Philadelphia’s second downtown — they’re making it the nation’s hottest submarket for […]

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Four Philly Schools Made the U.S. News List of the World’s Best Colleges

U.S. News & World Report has released its latest rankings of the world’s best colleges, and four Philly schools have made the cut.

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Biden on Trump: “What in the Hell Is He Talking About?”

“What in the hell is he talking about?” That was Joe Biden’s summary of Donald Trump’s performance at last night’s presidential debate. Biden spoke at […]

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Michelle Obama, Joe Biden Making Stops in Philly This Week

Two big names will be in Philadelphia this week to stump for Hillary Clinton. Tomorrow, Vice President Joe Biden will appear at Pennsylvania Democrats’ voter […]

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This Drexel Professor Did His Ph.D. Thesis on Cargo Pants

A Wall Street Journal story captivated the Internet last week. It wasn’t a commentary on the presidential election or an investigation into corporate wrongdoing. No, […]


Drexel Student Earns a Spot on Shake Shack’s Menu

Shake Shack paired up with Drexel University’s Food Lab to bring a new limited-time item to the menu. Starting today, July 1st, the new City of Butter-ly Love […]

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Our Odds on the 30th Street Station Area Development Plan

$6.5 billion. The figure was tossed out rather casually in the course of yesterday’s formal unveiling of the two-years-in-the-making master development plan for the area […]


30th Street Station Development Plans Announced

  This morning, Amtrak, SEPTA and Drexel University officials unveiled plans for a massive transformation of the area around 30th Street Station. The massive, multi-decade […]


Korman Center Renewal Gets Under Way at Drexel

When Drexel University moved its library across 33rd Street from the heart of campus in 1977, the family of Maximilian Korman (Class of 1929) and […]


Hard Hat Tour: The View From Vue32

Ground was ceremonially broken one week ago for Vue32, the new apartment tower Radnor Property Group (RPG) is building and will manage for Drexel University […]


Philly House Values Shoot Past Pre-Recession Levels

Something very unusual happened in the winter of 2016 in Philadelphia: Not only did house prices continue their upward climb from their post-housing-bubble low, but […]


Penn, Drexel Place Finalists in “Coolest Startups” Competition

Penn has placed three finalists into Inc. Magazine’s Best College Startup of 2016 competition. Drexel added a fourth, making Philly-based teams one-fourth of the competition’s […]

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Drexel Professor’s Study: Touching Sandpaper Can Increase Charitable Donations

Charitable organizations who want to raise more money have a secret weapon in their arsenal: Sandpaper. Really! A new study co-authored by Drexel marketing professor […]


Insomnia Cookies Adding Storefronts to Drexel and Temple’s Campuses

Insomnia Cookies has been feeding college students cookies and even cold milk since 2003. Starting out as a food truck, they now have locations in […]


Drexel Announces Spring Culinary Series

Drexel University’s hospitality program has announced its spring events at its Academic Bistro. The events include a Roman food and beverage lecture with author Katie […]