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Masked man holding an assault rifle with social media icons nearby.

Drexel Students Join Anti-Extremism Cyber Fight

To fight the spread of extremism on social media, a class of Drexel students is consulting with the U.S. State Department on new, online anti-radical strategies.
Top Stories of 2014

Drexel's Top Stories of 2014

From giant dinosaurs to tiny catfish, to heralded lacrosse players and ugly sweaters, a rundown of the stories that drew the most eyeballs, scored the most clicks, created the most buzz, sparked imaginations and highlighted the best the University had to offer in 2014.
The #snap4SNAP campaign beginning Oct. 30 is partly inspired by Witnesses to Hunger, and will celebrate 50 years of food stamps and their success protecting public health.

Campaign Celebrates Food Stamps' Half Century Protecting Public Health

A Drexel research program has spawned a nationwide social media campaign to celebrate the many benefits of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program on its 50th anniversary, promoting children's health and supporting working parents.

Eva THury

What I’m Reading: Eva Thury

For associate professor of English and philosophy Eva Thury, it all started on Pinterest. It was on this social sharing website that she found a new favorite author, John Green, who wrote the best-seller The Fault in Our Stars.

Arianna Huffington

The Future of Traditional and Social Media: Arianna Huffington to Visit Drexel April 30

Journalist and entrepreneur Arianna Huffington will visit Drexel on April 30 as part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ annual Distinguished Lecture Series. Her talk will focus on "The Brave New World of the 'New Media': How Social Media Has Revolutionized the Communications Landscape."
Involvio

Drexel Students Launch Social Event App for College Students Nationwide

The social event app Involvio, developed by a team of Drexel students led by senior Ari Winkleman, is now in use on more than 100 college campuses.

Drexel Political Experts on the Presidential Election