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Arts & Entertainment

The Morani Exhibit

Art and Medicine Hold Hands in the Morani Collection

A new display from The Drexel Collection showcases art created and collected by groundbreaking surgeon Alma Dea Morani, MD. Morani believed that an appreciation of art made better, more humane physicians.
Walt Disney, center, photographed with the cast of “The Happiest Millionaire” on set. Fred MacMurray, who portrayed the titular character and Anthony J. Drexel's grandson, stands behind him.

When Mickey Met Mario: The Forgotten Disney Movie Tied to Drexel

The grandson of Drexel University’s founder Anthony J. Drexel led an illustrious life, which was immortalized in the 1967 Disney musical “The Happiest Millionaire.”
Starting this term, the African American Museum in Philadelphia has paired with Drexel's Center for Cultural Partnerships.

Drexel Forms New Partnership with the African American Museum in Philadelphia

Drexel’s Center for Cultural Partnerships has paired with the historic Philadelphia institution to bring Drexel students to the museum both for class and free time. 
William Horberg, producer of films including "Death at a Funeral," "Cold Mountain," "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "Adventureland."

‘Death at a Funeral’ Producer to Speak at Drexel’s Great Works Symposium

Comedy isn’t an easy thing to create, and in a Q&A for Pennoni Honors College, veteran film producer William Horberg will explain how comedy films are so distinct and what goes into putting them together.
Darkroom to Daylight

From Darkroom to Daylight: New Film Chronicles a Dramatic Shift in the World of Photography

Photographer Harvey Wang began taking pictures as a teenager. He was mid-career when the tools of his craft were made nearly obsolete with the transition from film to digital. In a new film, “From Darkroom to Daylight,” Wang documents this dramatic journey, exploring how others navigated the change and how it has affected them and their work. 

 

James Gundell

James Gundell, Co-COO of Women's Clothing Brand EILEEN FISHER, Inc. to Speak at Drexel

James D. Gundell, co-chief operating officer and facilitating leader for women’s clothing brand EILEEN FISHER, Inc. will join Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design on April 14 as the 2016 Design & Merchandising Distinguished Speaker.
From left to right: Rob Jackson, Facility Supervisor at the Wright Recreation Center; Lawrence Souder, Director of Drexel Edits and host of "Good Morning, Neighbors"; and Nick Surgent, an undergraduate at Drexel University's Bennett S. LeBow College of Business and one of several Drexel Community Scholars

WKDU Greets Local Nonprofits With 'Good Morning, Neighbors'

Student-run radio station WKDU, center for the support of nonprofit communications Drexel Edits and the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement come together to welcome local nonprofit organizations with “Good Morning, Neighbors,” a series of biweekly radio interviews.
Still life by Floris van Dyck, 1610

Table Matters is Back for Another Helping

The food-based online journal Table Matters returns in its third incarnation with a hunger for peculiar, erudite contemplation of just exactly how we are what we eat.
Laurelle Holley, a senior sport management major, stands outside the Mandell Theater.

Putting on a Show for Co-op — In a Good Way!

Seen any fun shows or events on campus or in the city? Chances are, Laurelle Holley might have helped put the show on.
Ukiyo-e print on display in the Rincliffe Gallery

Pictures of the Floating World: New Drexel Collection Exhibit Showcases Beautiful Block-Prints from Japan

A selection of Japanese woodblock prints from The Drexel Collection also known as ukiyo-e, are on display in the Rincliffe Gallery. These gorgeous prints depict actors, beauties and scenes of daily life in 19th-century Japan.
Anita Sarkeesian at the ExCITe Center

No Easy Questions for Anita Sarkeesian at the ExCITe Center

Media critic Anita Sarkeesian, known for her Feminist Frequency video series “Tropes vs Women” and “Video Games vs Women,” answered student-submitted questions about her beginnings, the state of the video game industry today and what she sees for the future.
Professor Youngmoo Kim, director of Drexel’s ExCITe Center, singing with the TONICs

A Cappella for Academics: The TONICs join Drexel’s TrebleMakers at the Academy

Celebrate 25 years of a cappella with colleagues from the Academy of Natural Sciences and the ExCITe Center at a special concert on March 5.