Symposium to Explore Role of Ancient Ink Painting in Chinese Art
Drexel University will host a symposium on ancient Chinese art in conjunction with INK not INK, the first survey-scale exhibition of contemporary Chinese art ever presented in the Greater Philadelphia region.
City Officials to Discuss Prevention of Youth Violence in Philadelphia
Dr. Charles Williams, director of the Center for the Prevention of School Aged Violence will examine the issue of youth violence in Philadelphia during a radio show hosted at the Edmund D. Bossone Enterprise Research Center
Drexel to Celebrate Dragon CAA Win with Pep Rally
Today, March 16, beginning at 4:45 p.m.
Drexel Wins First CAA Championship 64-58 Over James Madison
Drexel's Women's Basketball won the CAA Championship and will advance to its first-ever title game
Drexel Fraternity Brothers to Shave It All Off in Support of Childrens Cancer Research
More than 80 fraternity brothers will shave their heads to raise money for cancer research
Drexel Universitys Launches Computing Academy in Place of Governors School of Excellence
The launch of the academy comes after funding for the Governor’s Schools of Excellence was eliminated in the 2009-2010 state budget.
Drexel to Present $10,000 Check to Chinese Officials and Adopt Eight Pandas Bred at Conservation Park in China Drexel to Present 10000 Check to Chinese Officials and Adopt Eight Pandas Bred at Conservation Park
The Chengdu base is the main source of new pandas in the world breeding about 10 to 12 pandas a year.
Can Pennsylvania Afford the Death Penalty Activists Officials to Discuss Cost and Impact of Capital
Region's leading voices on capital punishment will discuss the cost and impact of Pennsylvania's Death Row