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The 2013 season was a wild ride for the Drexel men's lacrosse team, filled with thrilling comebacks. This year, the team has its eye on its first-ever CAA tournament championship.
Drexel professor Jeff Salvage's photos of his wife in her wedding dress around the world has landed the couple on TV screens and homepages. But that's not the best part of their nearly six-year journey.
What does it take to put on the hundreds of Drexel events that take place each year? We spoke with Janet Guthart, the University's head event planner, to find out.
It was a problem involving building blocks, tough enough to stump doctoral students. But Philadelphia high- and middle-school students tackled it admirably at a challenge presented by Drexel's Math Forum last week.
The arts drew Lindsey Crane to Philadelphia, and they’re what caused her to stay after she finished graduate school.
Joshua Jacobs used to study computers, but they weren’t quite complex enough for his taste. So he moved on to examining a much more complicated instrument: the human brain.
Since Drexel moved into the historic Bachelors Barge Club as its main tenant, its rowing teams have experienced unprecedented success. But now that Drexel has taken over the facility's management, the partnership also presents an opportunity for faculty and staff, including those who've never held an oar.
A roughly 4- by 5-foot American flag on display at the Academy of Natural Sciences is a curiosity not just because of its number of stars, 43, but because of the story behind it.
If it has a motor and it can break, Bill Taylor has probably fixed it.
For years, Drexel's enrollment strategy was all about volume. But leaders say it's time for that to change.
Bob Brehm came to Drexel to get away from the news cameras, but he found himself in front of them after Philadelphia's deadly Market Street building collapse in June 2013. Now he and another Drexel professor, Scott Gabriel Knowles, are stepping up to help the city in the collapse's wake.
When researchers from Drexel, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Hebrew University of Jerusalem come together next week, leaders hope the result will be new research "dream teams" that can tackle pediatric problems in new ways.