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Penn Slips in New Colleges Rankings from U.S. News & World Report

It’s that time of year again — when college students go back to school, see old friends and probably hit the year’s first party. It’s […]


Drexel Food Truck Bill Tabled

In June, Councilperson Jannie Blackwell introduced legislation to limit food truck numbers and movement on and around Drexel University’s campus. Earlier this month critics called […]


So You Wanna Be A Beer Nerd

To my mind, there are basically two ways to become a bona fide beer expert. Method One is to spend a lot of time drinking. […]

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Foot Orgasm? Drexel Prof Says Yes, Explains Footgasms

It wasn’t so long ago that we all had a few chuckles over Drexel University’s virtual butt, a hysterical-looking tool that allows medical students to […]


Philly Colleges with Highest Salary Potential

Which Philadelphia-area colleges lead to the highest salaries? PayScale has the answers in its recently released College Salary Report. It ranked more than 1,000 colleges by the median salaries […]


Two Philly Schools Ranked on List of Best Fashion Design Programs in the World

The Business of Fashion recently conducted a global study to determine the best fashion design programs, and guess what? Of the top 21 schools ranked for undergrad, Drexel and […]


New Legislation Could End Drexel’s Food Truck Culture

When Philadelphia city councilman Mark Squilla’s legislation to modernize Philadelphia’s code regarding food trucks and carts passed earlier this year, the Philadelphia Mobile Food Association saw […]

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Drexel: Most Adults Are Sexting

Sexting isn’t just a teen fad, a new study from Drexel University has found. Eight in 10 adults have sexted in the last year, according […]


Drexel’s Food Lab Shows They Know Wings

It’s a “Wing Thing” returns to the Sidecar tonight. The 22nd and Christian Street bar is debuting Drexel Food Lab Manager Ally Zeitz’s Verde Hot Chicken wings […]


BizFeed: AlliedBarton to be Acquired for $1.67 Billion

AlliedBarton to be Acquired The News: One of the nation’s largest providers of security guards is changing hands. AlliedBarton, the Conshohocken, Pa.-based security giant, has been acquired by […]

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Drexel Criticized for Noam Chomsky Honor

Drexel University is under continuing criticism from Jewish groups for awarding an honorary degree to left-wing scholar and activist Noam Chomsky during its mid-June graduation […]


Headlines: Big Plan to Cap the Railyards at 30th Street Station Needs You

After the planning process for the 175-acre area surrounding 30th Street Station officially kicked off in January, the Philadelphia 30th Street Station District Plan is starting to […]


University City Science Center Plans Massive Live-Work Innovation Hub

The surge in development in University City is showing no signs of slowing down, especially now that Wexford Science + Technology has unvieled plans to […]

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Drexel Students Recreate a Giant, Terrifying, Revolutionary War-Era Spear

Back during the Revolutionary War, there was a 100-foot spear weighing hundreds of pounds that was stuck to the bottom of the Delaware River, pointing up. Its purpose, according to […]

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Drexel’s Virtual Butt Draws National Attention — Again

Last week, as I scrolled through my Facebook feed on my phone, I kept seeing the same photo of a seated man with his gloved hand inside a plastic […]