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All News tagged "Pennoni Honors College"

Evelyn Netsky Award: Most Saleable Senior Collection — Margaret Heil.

Check Out Some of Drexel’s 2015 Senior Projects

Drexel seniors were especially creative this year when creating and completing projects that encompassed everything they've learned during their studies.
Maia Ottenstein, a product design senior, prepares chocolate madeleines for the "Chocolat" class.

Honors Students Whip Up Film-Worthy Feasts

Many films have honored the preparation, celebration and eating of food. Now, Drexel students are honoring those films by making cinematic dishes come to life.
Drexel's day-long Zom(bie) Con symposium is free and open to the public.

Zom(bie) Con: Feed Your Brrraaiins at Drexel’s Symposium on the Undead

Zom(bie) Con: Feed Your Brains, a day-long symposium at Drexel on Thursday, May 14 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., will offer a multiplicity of perspectives on the figure of the zombie. Guest speakers will discuss the zombie in relation to film and videogames, Jewish studies, history, literature and the health sciences, among other fields. It is free and open to the public.
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Music-Driven Light Show Showcases Local Student Talent and a Smartphone App Created with Drexel

Remix Interactive, a live orchestral performance featuring digitally remixed music and a high-tech light show created and produced by some of Philadelphia’s most talented high school students, will take place as part of the Philadelphia Science Festival on Sunday, April 27. The event will be held at 1:30 p.m. at World Café Live (3025 Walnut St., Philadelphia).
Rishon and Alex Benjamin

Twin Drexel Students Bring Home Goldwater Scholarships

Their parents joke that they're almost "the same person." So it's only natural that the year after Rishon Benjamin won a Goldwater Scholarship, his twin brother, Alex, won one as well.

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Drexel Opens New App Development Lab with Gift from Bentley Systems

While many college students are attached to their smartphones, students at Drexel University are just as likely to be spending their screen time programming the next great app. Drexel students have already launched apps that help users explore museums, find scholarships or get involved on campus. Now, thanks to a generous gift from Bentley Systems, the University has established a dedicated space for app development.

Morgan Meis

Drexel Writer Wins $50,000 Literary Award

Jeffrey Eugenides, David Foster Wallace, Tony Kushner — these are some of the writers who've won the prestigious Whiting Writers' Award, and now Drexel's own Morgan Meis has joined them.

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Drexel Website Table Matters Gives Students a Taste of Food Writing

About a year after it launched, the Drexel food website Table Matters has earned wide acclaim and national attention for the students who contribute to it.

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'Art Attack' Gets Student Writers Published, Highlights the Arts in Philadelphia

The column "Art Attack" is the result of a unique partnership between Drexel and that gives students the opportunity to be published and have a voice about arts in Philadelphia.