• Where do we go from the George Zimmerman trial? Panel will discuss race, justice and activism at Drexel

    July, 26, 2013

    The trial of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman who fatally shot black teen Trayvon Martin, captured the nation’s attention in recent months. The case touched off an intense national debate about race, underscoring our country's deep racial divide.


  • Students Take a Literary Tour of Haiti

    July, 23, 2013

    While most Drexel students were enjoying their week off this spring, 10 industrious dragons travelled to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti for a firsthand look at the role of literature in the country’s efforts to rebuild after the 2010 earthquake


  • New Courses for Fall Quarter

    July, 22, 2013

    Looking to branch out this fall? Try one of our new electives. Ditch the classroom for a writing workshop that meets in museums, contemplate the mind-bending concept of time, or examine the “culture of poverty” in a deeply personal way.


  • Chemistry Prof Presents at White House

    July, 21, 2013

    Research in the science world is often done behind closed doors, never seeing the light of day until publication. For Drexel’s Dr. Jean-Claude Bradley, however, this is not the case. In 2006, Bradley, an associate professor of chemistry, coined the term “Open Notebook Science” to describe a way of doing science in which researchers make their work freely available to the public in real time.


  • Student Jobs Available

    July, 20, 2013

    Looking for some extra summer cash?  Become a staff photographer for the College of Arts and Sciences or apply for work-study positions in the Dean’s Office and Department of Psychology.


  • Sandy Provides New Answers to Old Questions for BEES Professor

    July, 18, 2013

    Tracy Quirk, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biodiversity, Earth and Environmental Science at Drexel University, had been performing wetland research for several years at monitoring sites in Barnegat and Delaware Bays in New Jersey.


  • Farmland, Homes and Hope Disappear with Rising Waters in Haiti 

    July, 17, 2013

    Joseph is a truck driver from Fonds-Parisien, Haiti, who has nine children. His family has lived by Lake Azuei for generations. In the past 10 years, the lake has risen more than 10 meters and has doubled in size, from 155 square kilometers in 2004 to 354 square kilometers today.