Nat Kaemmerer

Staff writer

Nat Kaemmerer is the staff writer for DrexelNow and contributes to Drexel Magazine and Exel Magazine. She joined the University Communications team in June 2022 and covers student life. Nat previously worked for the Longboat Observer, a hyperlocal weekly paper near Sarasota, Florida, as the community reporter, but traded in sunburns and snowbird traffic for Philadelphia. She graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia’s journalism school in 2019 with a Bachelor of Journalism degree. As of June 2022, it’s her first time not living in Missouri or Florida. When Nat isn’t working, she’s running, watching or reading something Star Wars or finding a sunny spot somewhere. 


Lancaster Walk Alumna vs. Newbie: Drexel Staff Members Offer Campus and Philadelphia Recommendations
Alissa Falcone and Nat Kaemmerer have different points of view on campus and its surrounding city and came up with recommendations for students for both.
Zac Cohen cooks a trial dish. Drexel University Students and Longwood Gardens Tackle Food Sustainability and Innovation
Over the course of a term, students in the "Garden to Table Cooking" class learned how to cook and present dishes made from scratch.
DragonCard board on Chestnut St. Where to Use Your DragonCard On and Off Campus
What can you do with a DragonCard? Let us count the benefits.
STAR Showcase STAR Scholars Shine in 20th Anniversary of Undergraduate Research Program
More than 120 Drexel University students tackled advanced research and shared their findings at the STAR Showcase on Aug. 25.
Daniel Lee and John Kirby Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships Hosts Dinner Cooked by Drexel Alum
Daniel Lee, who graduated in 2019 and is now the chef and owner of Farina Pasta and Noodle, catered the Center's monthly dinner as part of a new Summer Restaurant Series.
Veterans Day Parade with Drexel Veterans Association Current Drexel Students Attest to the Importance of Getting Involved
There are many ways to find community on Drexel University's campus, and three current students shared their impactful experiences in various social and academic groups.
Brandywine Street Park has a sign reading "Mantua." Tips for Getting Settled in West Philadelphia
Drexel University's Shardé Johnson and Anyi Ye shared tips on adjusting to life in West Philadelphia for new and incoming students.
Director Samiyah Wardlaw Film and Television Grad Directs First Feature Film
Samiyah Wardlaw, Jane Cammisa and several other Drexel students and alumni are working on indie romance "Burn Out."