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Next Steps for 30th Street Area Revealed

On the heels of Drexel University and Brandywine Realty Trust announcing their joint plan to redevelop the area just west of 30th Street Station comes […]


Here’s Where to See 100 Years of Philadelphia Fashion on Display

Looking for something cool to do in the coming weeks? After a successful exhibit Immortal Beauty held at the URBN Center this winter, Drexel’s world-class Robert […]

Be Well Philly

Free Outdoor Yoga/Music/Arts Festival Coming to Drexel Park in May

My college senior project consisted of me writing a paper about my career goals. Lindsay McDowell, a student at Drexel University, is going a bit […]

City Life

Drexel Study: Why Philly Should Use Rainwater to Flush Toilets

Purified water is wasted in toilet bowls, but flushing is the single largest source of water consumption in the U.S. Some researchers at Drexel University […]

City Life

Drexel Fires Bruiser Flint, Reports Bruiser Flint

Drexel has fired men’s basketball coach Bruiser Flint, Flint himself said in a tweet. If that wasn’t enough proof, CBS Sports also reports Flint has […]

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New Restaurant Lets “Everyone At the Table” Build Community

Can a restaurant fight hunger and build community at the same time? The answer to this question would seem obvious. A restaurant serves food, so […]


Drexel, Brandywine Take Wraps Off Schuylkill Yards

The next big step in the evolution of University City into Philadelphia’s “second downtown” began this afternoon inside a tent next to One Drexel Plaza, […]


Drexel Picks Brandywine to Develop “Innovation Neighborhood”

Drexel University is formally announcing the development partner for its “Innovation Neighborhood” at a ceremony taking place right now in University City. According to invitations […]


Coming to West Powelton: A Dorm for Foodies

Dorms with kitchens? Big whoop. A dorm with a commercial-quality demonstration kitchen? Now that’s something. The kitchen in question is part of the learning space […]


Philly Chef Conference Coming Right Up

The third annual Philly Chef Conference hosted by Drexel University is set for this Sunday and Monday, March 6th and 7th. Sundays sessions run from […]


Two Philly Colleges Among Best at Bridging Gap Between Humans and Computers

While technology is made to advance, it’s also made to be accessible. UX Design, an emerging field of computer science and engineering, is closing the gap […]

City Life

Without This Drexel Prof, Those Gravitational Waves Confirming Einstein’s Theory Might Not Have Been Found

Remember a few weeks back when everybody was all excited about the discovery of gravitational waves from black holes and the New York Times called […]


Drexel President Named Chairman of Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce has found a new leader. John Fry, the president of Drexel University, will become chairman of the organization in October […]

City Life

Drexel Prof Finds Exercise Doesn’t Protect Student Athletes From Depression

The death by suicide of Penn freshman track athlete Madison Holleran in January 2013 rocked the local college sports world and jump-started discussions everywhere about the pressures […]


Drexel’s Philly Chef Conference Set for 2016

For the third year, Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management is hosting its annual Philly Chef Conference. The two day conference is set for […]