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Dragon statue at 33rd and Market Streets with the words Campus Update: May 22

Campus & Community

Celebrating 2020 Graduates, Planning for Fall Term

As the spring quarter quickly comes to a close, I know we are all eager to gain a better understanding of how Drexel’s fall term will look in September, as well as what will be required from each of us to ensure that the University operates as a safe and supportive resource for students, faculty and professional staff. This much is certain: The coming academic year will challenge us in countless new and different ways.

Tips for Cooking, Eating and Shopping for Food Right Now

Health

Tips for Cooking, Eating and Shopping for Food Right Now

It’s important to be flexible with how you prepare and enjoy food, from loose grocery lists to setting schedules to balancing indulgences.
Rendering of new building for the Drexel College of Medicine at Tower Health

Campus & Community - Health

Tower Health and Drexel Celebrate ‘Topping Off’ at New Facility for College of Medicine

Tower Health and Drexel University celebrated an official “Topping Off” ceremony for the development of an additional site location of Drexel University College of Medicine at Tower Health, to be opened in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania.

President and Founder of Drexel's Italian Pride Club Mario De Lorenzo, a third-year computer engineering student, and his fellow 125 Italian Pride Club members to remain active, even in different time zones.

Campus & Community

How Drexel Student Organizations are Staying Engaged Despite the Pandemic

Most of the University’s more than 300 student organizations are maintaining operations as they social distance away from campus, and have found ways to continue to hold events, keep the community together and even make a difference.
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Society & Culture - Business & Entrepreneurship

Dragons Stick Together to Make Social Distancing Decals

Alumni, adjunct faculty and a student co-op are creating labels illustrating spaces six feet apart. And, they’re donating them to life-sustaining businesses.

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Drexel in the News 2018-2019

This video features highlights of Drexel's broadcast news coverage in 2018-2019. Special thanks to the news media represented in this video.

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