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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.
5 Little Known Facts Drexel Counseling Center

Five Little-Known Facts: Drexel University Counseling Center

This Mental Health Awareness Month, take the time to learn more about what the University Counseling Center has to offer, and what deep-seated myths actually aren’t true.

Drexel Quidditch Club

Drexel Quidditch Club Brings Storybook Sport to Life for Dedicated Students

The Drexel Quidditch Club was established in 2010, but is just now being recognized as a club sport and is looking toward competing on a national scale.
28th Annual Cooperative Education Awards

Drexel’s Co-op Tradition Shines at 28th Annual Cooperative Education Awards

Co-op and University luminaries gathered once again this year to recognize recipients for the Faculty/Staff and Employer of the Year Awards, as well as student award winners.
Week of Undergraduate Excellence 2017

Stop and See the Excellence: Week of Undergraduate Excellence to Showcase Student Achievement

The second annual Week of Undergraduate Excellence, running from May 14–18, will host presentations, programming and partnerships all aimed at allowing student achievement to shine.
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Through These Hands: Loss and Community Inspire Professor’s Judaica Collection

When Chase, a retired Drexel University fashion design professor, heard that Drexel’s Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life was in need of artwork to accompany its newly donated Torah, she knew the project was meant for her.

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How a Group of Honors Students Wrote for Drexel Publications — For a Class

Last term, a class of students in the Pennoni Honors College learned about the inner workings of three different Drexel University publications — and got to contribute to them.
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Aspire Scholars Program Brings High-Achieving Students Together With Mentors, Each Other

The Pennoni Honors College program is open to current sophomores in any major, and provides opportunities and guidance in order to promote self-awareness and achievement.



Drexel faculty came together with AP high school teachers to discuss high-achieving students

Bridging the Divide: Events Aim to Bring AP High School Teachers and Drexel Faculty Together to Trade Insights

Due to mutual benefits and following the success of their first event, Pennoni Honors College and Admissions leaders aim to bring more workshops for AP high school teachers to Drexel to discuss high-achieving students with faculty.





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Change the Game 24 Hours of Impact, Drexel University’s Day of Giving, will be held May 1.

24 Hours of Impact, Drexel University’s Day of Giving, will be held May 1.
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As Drexel’s Co-op Centennial Approaches, Check Out What Dragons Are Working on Today


The Steinbright Career Development Center recently released the winning photos from its annual Co-op Photo Contest.
During the 2017 Welcome Week, Drexel's incoming class visited the Franklin Institute as part of the University's new student orientation experience.

How Drexel is Updating its Academic Experience

During the last couple of years, Drexel University has made a series of changes to improve the academic experiences not just of students, but also of the faculty and professional staff providing guidance and support.