Nat Kaemmerer

Internal communications associate

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. 

Articles

Keishana Washington on the court Q&A: Keishana Washington on Basketball, Balance and Being a Dragon
The Drexel women’s basketball guard has had a fiery season and was at one point the leading scorer in the country.
Melvin Singleton Q&A: Mel Singleton on Leading Drexel University's Department of Public Safety
Singleton comes to the University with 28 years of experience from the Philadelphia Police Department and hopes to make the University's police department part of the community.
Drexel Homecoming graphic with the dates of Homecoming January 17-21 Drexel University Homecoming Kicks Off on Jan. 17
The University’s winter tradition will culminate with the men’s basketball game against rival University of Delaware on Jan. 21.
Sign outside COP27 in Egypt Drexel University Represented by Interdisciplinary Delegation at COP27
An interdisciplinary group traveled to Egypt to represent Drexel and engage in global efforts to combat climate change.
Discarded furniture from Myers Hall Harvesting Housing Materials Through Drexel University Surplus
Climate & Sustainability Executive Director Bo Solomon explains where furniture from the now-offline Myers Hall has gone.
The four members of LUC's exec board How the Latino Experience has Evolved on Drexel's Campus
Three student organizations have taken it upon themselves to cultivate culture and community over the last decade.
Holiday dress by Drexel students at Longwood Gardens Drexel University Students' Work on Display at Longwood Gardens Holiday Setup
Students from four different majors came together to create garments out of yuletide botanicals for the annual holiday display.
All In Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting graphic Dragons Demonstrate Fiery Voter Turnout
The university was recognized for efforts to increase voter turnout and was named an All In Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting.