Drexel University student Zaarah Abdul-Aziz on set to compete on "Wheel of Fortune." Photo Credit: Carol Kaelson. What’s it Like to Go on ‘Wheel of Fortune?’ One Drexel Student Explains All
Drexel student Zaarah Abdul-Aziz recently appeared on the show on a March 20 episode during its special “College Week Spring Break” programming.
dps PUBLIC SAFETY & U — April
The April edition of the Public Safety & U feature showcases upcoming events and highlights the Drexel Police Department.
Heard Around Campus Heard Around Campus — March
With the spring term starting next week, there are several deadlines and opportunities that Drexel faculty and staff should be aware of going into April.
Person holding a smartphone Drexel Study: Smartphone App Predicts Diet Lapse 
According to a recent study, led by Evan Forman, PhD, a psychology professor in Drexel University's College of Arts and Sciences, a first-of-its-kind smartphone app called OnTrack can predict ahead of time when users are likely to lapse in their weight loss plan and help them stay on track.
Drexel’s Vice President for Cooperative Education and Career Development Ian Sladen, at the podium, addressed local high school students and shared the stage with Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro; Superintendent for the School District of Philadelphia William R. Hite, Jr., EdD; and Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell. Drexel University Kicks off Career Week With the Pennsylvania Attorney General and School District of Philadelphia
On March 25, the University hosted over 200 Philadelphia high school students for the first-ever Career Week hosted by the Office of the Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and The School District of Philadelphia.
band members of Nat Turner Rebellion 50 Years After It Was Recorded, Drexel's Student Record Label Helps Philly Band Release Its Album
Nat Turner Rebellion was an up-and-coming band in the golden age of Philadelphia soul music. They opened for the chart-topping Delfonics. They had a hit-making agent, signed with a renowned record label and recorded enough tracks for an album. Then it all fell apart. Now, some 50 years later, the un-released album will be making its debut on Drexel University’s student-run MAD Dragon Records label.
Plastic bag and film recycling bin at Drexel University. New Plastic Bag Recycling Bins Provided on Campus
Drexel University’s Real Estate and Facilities partnered with the Fresh Grocer supermarket to provide two recycling bins on the University City Campus for plastic bags and plastic film.
A cohort of students taking part in Alternative Spring Break at Drexel University. Drexel Spring Break: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
Decide to stick around campus this spring break? There are plenty of local events to take part in during this reprieve from classes, and next year, look toward these Drexel-supported programs to travel, learn and grow!
"Browser," by Matt Phillips, 1964, monotype. Photo courtesy The Drexel Collection. Finding Inspiration in The Drexel Collection’s Newest Exhibit
The Drexel Collection’s new exhibit, "Matt Phillips: Inspired," explores the work and influences behind the art of the painter, printmaker and art educator.
This group of 12-year-olds had fun at Drexel's climbing wall. Inspire a Child to Dream Day Returns to Drexel on April 25
Drexel University's annual Inspire a Child to Dream Day will be held April 25 for the young children of faculty and staff to attend a day of learning and fun activities.
The Drexel delegation in front of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's amphitheater. Left to right: Michael Yudell, Aleister Saunders, Sharon Walker, Koren Bedeau, Bridget Blake and M. Brian Blake. After International Trip, Partnership Opportunities Abound
A trip to Israel last November taken by a Drexel delegation of faculty and staff is bearing fruit, with several developments at the University that could lead to future collaborations with academic partners abroad.
Nicole Miller Philadelphia Scarf Drexel Exhibition Celebrates 25 Years of Nicole Miller’s Fashion Prowess in Philadelphia 
The Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection (FHCC) of Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design will present a retrospective exhibition highlighting work by renowned fashion designer Nicole Miller. The exhibition A Philadelphia Store-y: 25 Years of Nicole Miller Philadelphia (April 12-August 30, 2019) will pay tribute to the retailer’s contributions to fashion and philanthropy in the city.
Assistant Project Director of Transition Pathways in the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute Jackie Abrams stands before the finish line inside Lincoln Financial Field at the 2018 Eagles Autism Challenge. Tips and Advice for Taking on the Eagles Autism Challenge
In gearing up for the second year of the Eagles Autism Challenge and Drexel University’s involvement, participants from last year’s events shared their tips for fundraising and training for the event.
Billy McCullough portrait From Passion to Profit: Drexel Student Starts Tea Business Through Entrepreneurial Co-op
Drexel University student Billy McCullough turned hobby into business in founding Puerh Panda — an online storefront for small-batch teas and accessories — through an entrepreneurial co-op with the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship.
Campus Digest new Campus Digest — March 2019
Kick off spring term at Drexel with activities, announcements and a look toward commencement.
The Dornsife School of Public Health was one of the Drexel University schools and colleges recognized in the newest list of graduate school programs published by 'U.S. News & World Report.' Drexel Advances in ‘U.S. News’ Best Graduate Schools Rankings
In the newest list of top graduate school programs from 'U.S. News & World Report,' several Drexel colleges and schools made gains in the national rankings.
2018 National Autism Indicators Report image Report: Low-Income and Minority Youth with Autism Face Worse Outcomes than Peers
The A.J. Drexel Autism Institute releases The National Autism Indicators Reports every year since 2015. The recently released fourth edition, "The 2018 National Autism Indicators Report: High School Students on the Autism Spectrum," highlights the challenges facing minority youth and those from low-income households.
Drexel University College of Medicine is one of six founding signatories of a new branch of the TIME’S UP foundation aimed at creating safe spaces for women in the health care industry. Drexel University College of Medicine Named Founding Signatory with TIME’S UP Healthcare
Drexel University College of Medicine is one of six founding signatories of a new branch of the TIME’S UP foundation aimed at creating safe spaces for women in the health care industry.
Portrait photo of Kenneth Frazier Merck Chairman and CEO Kenneth Frazier to Speak at Drexel’s 2019 Commencement
Merck & Co., Inc. Chairman and CEO Kenneth C. Frazier will address the class of 2019 at Drexel’s University-wide commencement ceremony on June 14. In what has become a Drexel tradition, the University will once again hold its University-wide ceremony at Citizens Bank Park. Frazier’s contributions in the business, legal and humanitarian fields are especially notable.
Norma Bouchard, PhD, is currently the dean of the College of Arts and Letters at San Diego State University, where she is also a professor of European studies.  Norma Bouchard Appointed Dean of College of Arts and Sciences
Norma Bouchard, PhD, who is currently the dean of the College of Arts and Letters at San Diego State University, will become the next dean of Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences.
9 Empowerment Tips for Drexel Students 9 Empowerment Tips for Drexel Students
Female deans from Drexel University will soon gather to discuss professional and emotional empowerment at the Dean’s Panel during the Women’s Empowerment Summit hosted by the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship March 7–8. In advance, DrexelNow asked them each to share their one key empowerment tip for students.
Person holding a newspaper Drexel Study: 'Hospitals Spend a Lot of Money to Convey the Same Message'
The Philadelphia region has one of the highest concentrations of hospital services in the U.S. Yet, the print advertising themes for these hospitals lack variation, according to a study conducted by two health administration researchers at Drexel University.
Drexel University’s Liberty Scholars program has awarded more than $76 million in full-tuition scholarships to more than 400 low-income graduates from Philadelphia high schools. The Life of a Liberty Scholar
Since 2010, Drexel University’s Liberty Scholars program has awarded more than $76 million in full-tuition scholarships to more than 400 low-income graduates from Philadelphia high schools. But supporting these students through graduation takes more — and means more — than what money can buy.
The student-designed ice cream and the rubric used to grade them. From left to right: "Dragon's Breath," "Fire Breathing Dragon" (in waffle bowl) and "Blue(berry) and Gold." Franklin Fountain Hosts Drexel-Themed Ice Cream Contest
Culinary students from Drexel’s Center for Food & Hospitality Management developed ice cream flavors inspired by the University to be sold at local ice cream parlor Franklin Fountain.
dps PUBLIC SAFETY & U — March
This month's issue of the monthly PUBLIC SAFETY & U newsletter focuses on the 10-year anniversary of the Drexel Police Department.