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New Student Group, Certificate Program Both Tackle Issue of Human Trafficking

June 10, 2014
Students Advocating Against Slavery

In Guatemala the summer after her freshman year at Drexel, Kaelee Shepherd sat in the passenger seat of a car as it stopped at a red light. A young girl, maybe 7 or 8, walked up to her window....

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Modern-Day Slavery Expert and Author E. Benjamin Skinner to Speak at Drexel

May 15, 2014
E. Benjamin Skinner

There are more slaves in the world today than at any time in history, according to human trafficking expert and author E. Benjamin Skinner in his book "A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day Slavery."...

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Work Study Jobs Available

April 03, 2014
Job Opportunities

Did your spring break vacay leave you strapped for cash? Apply to one of these student jobs to replenish your funds!...

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Students Spend Winter Break in Ghana, Giving Medical Care, Learning a Language and Dancing

February 04, 2014
Jenn Everett was among the Drexel students to make a Global Medical Brigades trip to Ghana over winter break.

The 15 Drexel students who volunteered at a public health clinic in Ghana over winter break were put to work almost as soon as they arrived in the village of Adansemaim—but not in any way they had anticipated....

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New Book on Racial Identity by Yaba Blay, PhD, to be Released on Black Friday with Launch Party at the Painted Bride

November 05, 2013
(1)ne Drop Cover

On Black Friday, Nov. 29, a new book on racial identity by Drexel University’s Yaba Blay, PhD, one of today’s leading voices on colorism and global skin color politics, will be released from Blay’s recently launched independent press, Black Print Press....

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