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One Philly College Makes List of 50 Best Online Nursing Programs

Drexel University received a nice accolade this week. An organization called Best Medical Degrees named Drexel’s online doctor of nursing degree program as one of the top […]


Temple’s Online MBA Ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report

For the second year in a row, Temple University’s Fox School of Business was named the No. 1 online MBA program in the country by U.S. […]

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Does Anyone in Philly College Hoops — Besides Villanova — Have a Shot at the March NCAA Tourney?

The January break is over, and all six of the area’s Division I men’s college basketball teams have started division play. With no hope of […]

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After Drexel Broadside, Temple Prez Defends College Football

Neil Theobald won’t let John Fry rain on his parade. Just a few days after Fry, Drexel’s president, wrote a critique of college football’s effect […]


Gift Guide: Wine Pairing Course for the Budding Oenophile

Always wanted to know more about pairing wine with food? Or better yet, have a significant other who you know would kill for a six-week […]


West Philly Rising

Each year, the University City District compiles, in a glossy report, the vital signs for the eastern half of West Philly. For a while now, the trend […]

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Drexel Lands Half of Towson’s Famed Lacrosse Quadruplets

All 4 Schneidereith sisters will be playing Division I lacrosse next year. (Drexel, Albany, Hopkins) pic.twitter.com/1OrTEBzOeE — Towson HS Athletics (@TowsonHSsports) November 11, 2015 If, […]

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WATCH: College Protesters: “We Are #Mizzou”

A crowd of about 300 took to the middle of Broad Street Thursday evening to make a point about student debt and racial inequality. As […]

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Drexel Revokes Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degree

Drexel University announced today it was revoking Bill Cosby‘s honorary degree, given to him by the university in 1992. “The misconduct by Bill Cosby that […]


Retailers Opening on Thanksgiving is a Failed Experiment of Corporate Greed

This is what Walmart looks like on Thanksgiving. (Gray Thursday KF Walmart/Wikimedia Commons) Call me old fashioned, but in my day the retail-blitz called Black Friday […]


Drexel President Gets Five-Year Contract Extension

Drexel University has extended the contract of President John Fry for five more years. The Drexel Board of Trustees announced the move at its latest meeting. […]


Will Philly-Area Schools Rescind Bill Cosby’s Honorary Degrees?

Last week, Lehigh University rescinded an honorary degree it had given to Bill Cosby in 1987. It decided to nix the honor because of the […]

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FBI Warns Area Colleges of Threat of Violence for Monday

This is a developing story. On the weekend following the deadly campus shooting rampage at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, the FBI has warned Philadelphia-area […]


A Sneak Peek at Drexel’s World-Class Costume Exhibition Opening Tomorrow

Fashion junkies, aspiring designers and blogger wannabes alike: The greatest fashion resource in this city is about to open its doors to the public. Starting tomorrow, you can […]


Colleges With Highest Salaries 10 Years Later

Around this time of year, it seems like a new ranking of colleges is released every day. But a new one caught my eye. But […]