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All News tagged "entertainment"

Shaina McGeth presenting in EAM 365.

Entertainment & Arts Management Class Invites All Students to Explore Their Media Obsessions

EAM 365 — titled “The Entertainment & Media Business” — offers students from all majors the chance to explore business trends within a diverse array of entertainment mediums.
Inis Nua

Inis Nua Theatre Company Partners With Drexel for Revival of ‘Dublin by Lamplight’ 


In 1904 Dublin poverty and political unrest grip a city struggling for independence just as the Irish National Theatre of Ireland is taking off. In Drexel University’s Co-Op Theater Company production of “Dublin by Lamplight” 40 different characters, represented by a cast of six, cycle through many narratives: Will the King of England be assassinated? Will the laundry girl get her big break? Will the show go on? The show, which is co-produced by Inis Nua Theatre Company, will open in November at Mandell Theater as part of Drexel’s Mandell Professional in Residence Project.

William Horberg, producer of films including "Death at a Funeral," "Cold Mountain," "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "Adventureland."

‘Death at a Funeral’ Producer to Speak at Drexel’s Great Works Symposium

Comedy isn’t an easy thing to create, and in a Q&A for Pennoni Honors College, veteran film producer William Horberg will explain how comedy films are so distinct and what goes into putting them together.
Top stories at Drexel in 2015. Starting at left and moving clockwise: bruschetta appetizer, Princess Grace of Monaco's dress, Provost M. Brian Blake, victory at Dad Vail Regatta, "A Check-Up From the Neck Up" and, background, archived Drexel campus photos.

Top Drexel Stories of 2015

Drexel made a lot of news this year. Check out the best stories about Drexel that came out in 2015.
Night of the Arts will be hosted November 20.

Entertainment & Arts Society Hosts First “Night of the Arts”

An event hosted by a Drexel student organization will give Drexel artists the opportunity to display their work and network with co-op employers like never before.
Top Stories of 2014

Drexel's Top Stories of 2014

From giant dinosaurs to tiny catfish, to heralded lacrosse players and ugly sweaters, a rundown of the stories that drew the most eyeballs, scored the most clicks, created the most buzz, sparked imaginations and highlighted the best the University had to offer in 2014.
Mitchell Hurwitz

Meet the Man Behind the Bluths

Mitchell Hurwitz, creator of the award-winning sitcom “Arrested Development” will be at Drexel University on Tuesday, Oct. 21 for a far-ranging conversation about the iconic show, his career as a successful writer/producer and a look ahead to the future of television.

"Keys to the Collection" launches a game environment of the Barnes' beloved, world-renowned art collection

Jump Inside Virtual Paintings at the Barnes and Explore with a New App Created by Drexel

Drexel University’s School of Education created a new, interactive mobile application for young visitors of the Barnes Foundation. Using 3-D immersive graphics, the touch-screen app, entitled “Keys to the Collection,” launches a game environment of the Barnes’ beloved, world-renowned art collection. The app turns a visit to the Barnes into a game or can be used to explore the Barnes virtually from anywhere.
Spring Jam logo

This Year's Spring Jam Features Bigger Names

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is switching things up for this year’s annual Spring Jam concert, which will be headlined by electronic dance group Krewella on May 10.

Candy Hearts

How Do 'Snow White,' 'The Bachelor' and More Shape Our Views on Love? A Valentine's Day Q&A With Devon Powers

America is in love with love, and there is no better example of this than Valentine’s Day. With stores filled with red and pink cards and candy, jewelry commercials dominating the airwaves and “Love Actually” on a loop, mainstream culture can certainly influence the way we view love.