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All In The News tagged "Philadelphia Weekly"

Never-before, Locally-released Music from Nat Turner Rebellion and Sounds of Liberation Brings Fresh Twist to Classic Funk

The partnership between MAD Dragon, Drexel’s student record label in Westphal College, and music producer Reservoir, to produce an album by the defunct band Nat Turner Rebellion, that was originally recorded 50 years ago in Philadelphia’s Sigma Sound Studio, was featured in a May 11 Philadelphia Weekly story. Associate Professor Toby Seay, who helped bring the project to fruition, was mentioned in the piece.

Finally Fed Up: Philadelphia Nets Record Voter Turnout for Divisive Midterm Election

Megan Schneider, a clinical instructor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, was quoted in a Nov. 7 Philadelphia Weekly story about voter turnout across Philadelphia.

Latest Show by Inis Nua Serves as Ultimate Test in Actor Versatility

Drexel was mentioned in an Nov. 2 Philadelphia Weekly story regarding the upcoming performances of "Dublin by Lamplight" and the symbiotic relationship between professional theater company Inis Nua and Drexel's Theater Program.

Eating cheap in Philly on a college student's budget

Drexel’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management was mentioned in a Philadelphia Weekly story on Aug. 27 about eating on a budget. Emory McLeod, a program assistant in the Center, and Alex De Los Reyes, a junior culinary arts student, were quoted.

Why a cigarette tax won’t save Philly schools

Mark Stehr, PhD, a professor in the LeBow College of Business, was mentioned in a July 9 “Philly Now” blog post on Philadelphia Weekly for his research on a proposed cigarette tax to pay for Philly schools.