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Five students from the Center for Food and Hospitality Management created, and ate, their own sushi at a special demonstration.

Campus & Community

One Way to Destress From Midterms? Making Sushi

During week five of the winter term, Drexel’s Center for Food and Hospitality Management hosted a sushi workshop for students to take a break and make (and eat!) sushi.
Women painting another woman's nails red at a salon

Health

Educational Outreach and Public Policy Changes Needed to Reduce Health Hazards for Nail Salon Technicians

The nail salon industry has seen rapid growth within the last 20 years, becoming increasingly popular among women of all ages who like to get their nails professionally done. For the technicians in those salons – many of whom are non-native English speakers – this beauty comes with a cost: an exposure to potentially unsafe chemicals and other health hazards in the workplace. A new study by Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health found that educational outreach and change in public policy are needed to help reduce these hazards for salon employees and owners.

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Campus & Community

Five Little Known Facts: Drexel Campus Dining

Drexel students who live on campus will rely on Drexel Campus Dining at some point during their college experience. Here are the new, innovative things they’re doing and ways they’re aiming to maximize your meal plan that you may not be aware of.
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Campus & Community

PUBLIC SAFETY & U — February

This month’s “Public Safety & U” feature focuses on how the University works with Allied Universal security officers.
Kat Brandel interviewed Marc Vetri '90, a local chef and philanthropist, for an interview for her KatsKrave blog. Photo credit Kris Tookes.

Arts & Entertainment - Society & Culture

Food for Thought: A Senior Project Showcasing Philly’s Food Scene

Entertainment and arts management major Kat Brandel created an Instagram account, website and video series highlighting the restaurants and people in Philly’s food scene — and raised money for a local hunger relief organization.

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Drexel in the News 2017-2018

This video features highlights of Drexel's broadcast news coverage in 2017-2018. Special thanks to the news media represented in this video.

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Intersectionality

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