Two students sit on a couch under a 2020 banner on a "TIME" magazine cover

Hannah Beier, a Drexel photography major from the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, led the creation of TIME Magazine's June cover story about the 2020 graduating class during COVID. Beier collaborated with her classmate via FaceTime and art directed the compelling cover shot virtually that had an emotional impact felt by people around the world. Nothing, even social distancing, can stop this generation. Because creativity can’t wait.
Two people passing bins of food to two others

Evan Ehlers, an alum from the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship, built Sharing Excess, a nonprofit organization with a mission to address food insecurity in Philadelphia and around the country. Dragons are extraordinary and making a difference in this changing world. Because community can't wait.

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Brief Glimpses Into Life as a Dragon Written by Drexel Students

I was the only freshman intern […] and was able to act as the Program Manager […] and manage a $1 million budget while approving/denying product reservations with our company’s wholesale lighting partners.
When I first arrived at Drexel, I had no idea that I would appear on local and national television from the things I would do here.
Without the Drexel co-op, I would not have had this opportunity, which has led me to believe in a promising future in the sports industry.
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