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All In The News tagged "The Courier-Post"

Going Green: COVID-19 Pandemic Has People Drawn to Indoor Gardening, Houseplants

Charles Ziccardi, an assistant teaching professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, was quoted in a June 22 Courier-Post (Cherry Hill, New Jersey) article about the increase of gardening indoors during the pandemic and its health benefits.

Increase Cigarette Tax to Save Lives

The Montgomery Advertiser created a video summarizing research by Amy Auchincloss, PhD, associate professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, which found older smokers are more likely to quit when cigarettes cost more. The video was used by papers in the USA Today network including in the Courier Post (South Jersey) on Jan. 1.

'Little' Dinosaurs? Philly Exhibit is a Big Hit

The Academy of Natural Sciences was mentioned in an Oct. 18 Courier-Post story about the museum’s fall exhibit, “Tiny Titans: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies.”

LETTER: Alzheimer's researchers making progress

Herbert Allen, MD, professor and chairman of the Department of Dermatology in the College of Medicine, wrote a Letter to the Editor of the Courier-Post about how bacteria may cause Alzheimer’s disease.

Kenell Sanchez is Back at Drexel Coaching Basketball

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Kenell Sanchez, who is also an alumnus, was featured in a Dec. 30 Courier-Post story about his return to Drexel.

Chocolate Food for Thought

The Courier-Post featured the chocolate exhibition at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University in a Jan. 16 story.

Dogs need companionship

A photo of Jersey, Drexel’s on-site therapy dog, ran in a Nov. 15 Courier-Post story about dog companionship.

Campus Life: Drexel uses therapy dog at rec center

Kathryn Formica, coordinator of student fitness and wellness at the Drexel Recreation Center, was quoted in an Oct. 5 Courier-Post article about Jersey, the on-campus therapy dog.

Kennedy hospital shooting may pose long-term trauma for nurses and doctors

Sandra Bloom, MD, an associate professor in the School of Public Health, was quoted in a Courier-Post story on Aug. 31 about the effects of trauma on health care workers affected by shootings in the hospital.


Roger Dennis, dean of the School of Law, was mentioned in the Courier-Post’s July 13 “Portfolio” section for accepting the United Way of Greater Philadelphia in Southern New Jersey in Camden County’s highest honor, the Tocqueville Society Award.