Spring Dragon Days 2016
Monday, March 28 to Sunday, April 3
Student Life celebrates the start of the fall and spring terms with Dragon Days activities and events. All students should take advantage of the opportunities to meet student organizations, learn about campus departments, and enjoy free fun and food.
If you have a disability and would like to request accommodations in order to participate in these or other events, contact the Office of Disability Resources at 215.895.1401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, March 28
Sundaes on Mondays
1–2:30 p.m., Mario Statue (33rd and Market Streets)
Kick off the term with some free and delicious ice cream. Join the Campus Engagement team for Sundaes on Mondays and meet some fellow Dragons. I scream, you scream, we all just love ice cream … and toppings.
Tuesday, March 29
Circuits, Smoothies, and Pretzels
6:30-7:30 p.m., Bossone 302
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Come learn about Drexel's Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineer (IEEE) student organization. We will be talking about upcoming technical workshops, social events, lecture events, projects, and more. Enjoy a smoothie and pretzels while making a circuit paper card!
Wednesday, March 30
Activities Unlimited and Rec Fest
4–6 p.m., Recreation Fitness Plaza and Lancaster Walk
Campus Engagement and Recreational Athletics
Calling all Dragons! Be a part of the annual Activities Unlimited and Recreational Athletics Festival. Meet our student organizations and club sports officers; register for intramural sports; discover health, fitness, and wellness opportunities; learn about our climbing program; and interact with fraternity and sorority representatives. Enjoy light food, refreshments, music, giveaways, and games.
Thursday, March 31
Campus Engagement Open House
2–4 p.m., Lower Level of Creese Student Center
Check out everything the Student Organization Resource Center has to offer! Come meet the professional staff, graduate fellows, and student leaders who make up SAFAC and Campus Engagement! Enjoy some music and a free lunch while learning about how you can get involved on campus.
Freshman Video Game Night
4–10 p.m., Library Learning Terrace
Do you play video games? Looking for new people to play with, or against? Come check out DragonLAN's Freshman Video Game Night. We'll be offering a variety of games on console and PC for anyone to pick up and simply play! If that's not enough, we'll have an area where you can set up your own PC and play along. If you're looking to join a more competitive scene, we also have a number of eSports teams that you can learn about and join. Even if you're not interested in playing on any of our teams, we're also looking for casters and streamers!
Biomedical Engineering Concentration Panel
5-7 p.m., Bossone 709
Drexel Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Association
There are five concentrations offered in the school of biomedical engineering: biomaterials and tissue engineering, biomechanics and human performance engineering, biomedical informatics, biomedical devices, and imaging and neuroengineering. Join us for an informative panel of senior students presenting information on their concentrations, followed by a question-and-answer session. All students and organizations are invited to attend. If you are undecided on your concentration, this is the perfect event for you!
Battle of the Orgs
7-9 p.m., ACE Tutoring Center (Main 005)
Society of Women Engineers
Join some of our campus organizations for a night of quizzo and dinner. The quizzo questions will cover a variety of themes, including: sports, music, Drexel facts, pop culture, and history. Food and drinks will be provided. Join us for some fun and see which organization is the right fit for you!
7-9:30 p.m., Westphal Annex Theatre
Open Door Christian Community
Join us in watching The Blind Side, which analyzes the concept of aspiring to greatness. Afterwards, we will host a discussion exploring how individuals connect to their own greatness and the qualities associated with human potential.
Friday, April 1
Alternative Spring Break Leadership and Civic Engagement Luncheon
Noon-2 p.m., Beharkis Grand Hall North
Come join the students, staff, and faculty that participated in this year's Alternative Spring Break program. They will be giving brief presentations about their civic service experience and its impact within the immediate communities they served. A light lunch will be served. All members of the Drexel community are invited to attend.
Drexel African Students Association (DASA) Spring BBQ
1-4 p.m., Buckley Courts
Drexel African Student Association
Join us for our Annual Spring BBQ and learn more about the Drexel African Students Association. Open to the entire Drexel community, this Spring BBQ creates a great opportunity for students to meet one another over food, drinks, and an array of sports.
7-9pm, Sky View (6th Floor of MacAlister Hall)
Jewish Student Association/Hillel
Join Drexel Hillel in celebrating Shabbat dinner with a delicious and festive meal. Vegetarian options provided. All students are welcome for our free Shabbat dinner!
Drexel Protobowl Quizzo Night
7-9:30 p.m., MacAlister Hall 2019
Bring some friends and fight to the top at Drexel Protobowl Quizzo night! Do you have the skills to take home all the glory?