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Campus & Community

John McCormick and Ryan Rothman on Drexel's Queen Lane campus.

Drexel Medical Students Share Friendship, Stem-Cell-Donation Bond

John McCormick and Ryan Rothman, both second-year medical students in Drexel University’s College of Medicine, share a medical tie — McCormick was saved by a stem cell donation, and Rothman recently donated his stem cells to save someone else.

Mario the Magnificent giving a thumbs up to a little kid who's waving

Eagles Autism Challenge Raised $2.5 Million to Benefit Autism Research at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute

The Philadelphia Eagles' inaugural ride, run and walk raised $2.5 million for autism research that will be done by a trio of beneficiaries that includes the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute.
Five Little-Known Facts Office of Alumni Relations

Five Little Known Facts: Drexel University Office of Alumni Relations

Class of 2018, will you remain active alumni following graduation? The benefits are abundant, and the myths have been debunked.
Jose receiving a special plaque at the screening held on Drexel's campus.

A Spoonful of Animation Helps the Story Medicine Go Down

Since 2016, the Story Medicine class at Drexel University has helped the ideas and dreams of child patients at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia come alive — and now, through a new partnership, become animated.
Jacob Owens standing and holding Qian Qian

'Pandas' IMAX Movie Follows the First Artificially Bred Panda into the Wild - And Features Plenty of Drexel Connections

From the professor who dreamed up the panda release program to the alums who run it, Dragons play a huge role in "Pandas."
Project SEARCH intern Jameel Caleb

Project SEARCH Helps High Schoolers on the Spectrum Prep for the Future

Project SEARCH, a program through the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute which provides training and on-the-job experience to Philadelphia public high school students on the autism spectrum, provides benefits to both the participants and involved Drexel departments through internship experiences.
Heard Around Campus

Heard Around Campus — May

In the May installment of the “Heard Around Campus” feature, faculty and staff can read about news concerning commencement and professional development.
Memorial Day Primer bagpipers

Drexel Joins Local Community in Honoring Fallen Heroes at Memorial Day Primer

At the eight annual Memorial Day Primer on Drexel’s University City Campus, contributions from both the local academic and Powelton Village community helped honor servicemen and women as well as celebrate town-and-gown relations.

Nick Barber

Drexel Student Finds Perfect Fit for Volcano Research Through Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Nicholas Barber, a geoscience student from the College of Arts and Sciences, has become the second Drexel student to be awarded the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship, making his PhD program at the University of Cambridge cost-free.
Jerry John Nutor

Outgoing Graduate Student Association President Looks Back on Time at Drexel, Forward to Future in Global Health

Jerry John Nutor, a graduating PhD nursing student, has made his mark on the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and on the University at large. He looks forward to continuing what he started at Drexel through a postdoctoral position at Princeton University.

President Fry.

President Fry’s Contract Extended to Lead Drexel Into the Next Decade

At a recent meeting, the Board of Trustees extended President John Fry’s contract through 2023.
The new Frozen Horchata from Saxbys was created for Drexel's Class of 2018 and will be available at the two Saxbys locations on the University City Campus. Photo courtesy Saxbys.

Saxbys Creates One-of-a-Kind Drink for Drexel Seniors

In honor of the Drexel University Class of 2018’s upcoming graduation, Saxbys designed a special iced beverage for the graduating seniors.