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Stephen Cox believes that all students can succeed, if given the opportunity. But he's had no trouble finding people who disagree.
We’ve tried to round up some of the Drexel news that most shaped the year 2013, on campus and off.
Too often, President John Fry said last week, Drexel's Center City Campus has been treated as an offshoot, entirely separate from the University City Campus. It's time for that to end, he said.
New building projects are seemingly sprouting left and right on Drexel's campus. But how are all these projects being funded? Senior Vice President Jim Tucker spoke with DrexelNow about the issue.
Dollars and cents were a frequent topic of conversation at President John Fry’s town-hall meeting for faculty at the University City Campus this week, and Drexel’s financial numbers paint an optimistic picture, Fry said.
Medical-device inventor Wallace Coulter never married, and he had no children. But he does have heirs, and Drexel is one of them.
With the removal of the operational "firewall" separating Drexel's College of Medicine from the rest of the University looming next year, President Fry addressed the effort to create "One University" at a town hall meeting for Queen Lane Campus employees Monday.
A $30 million salary? A $1.5 million home security system? How much is too much when it comes to CEO pay? DrexelNow talked with associate professor David Becher about what goes into executives' compensation.
Six courses, five beer and wine pairings, numerous rounds of applause — last week's Friends of James Beard Benefit Dinner at Drexel left a mark on its attendees and raised money for a student in need.
What will Philadelphia look like in 30 years, and what role will Drexel play in its transformation? President John Fry and Mayor Michael Nutter addressed these questions at last week's CityAge gathering at Drexel.
Tina Heuges knew next to nothing about the military before she came to Drexel, but now she leads a University effort to send gift packages to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. The drive runs through Dec. 15.
Curt Anderson knows what it's like to feel forgotten by the country he'd served. That helps explain why he helps honor long-forgotten veterans whose remains have sat on funeral-home shelves for years.