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The Philippines are famous for their festive Christmas season, but this year's celebration has been marred by the deadly Typhoon Haiyan. Drexel graphic design student Gerre Mae Barcebal, who has family in the Philippines, is doing her part to help by selling T-shirts she designed to raise funds for relief.
Jake Owens spent a month surrounded by criminals with machetes and rotting meat in Africa, earning notice from Popular Science magazine.
The new home of LeBow College of Business, Gerri C. LeBow Hall, just opened this fall, but it's already drawing worldwide notice. LeBow has been named the second most beautiful business school in the world by the website TopManagementDegrees.com.
As part of her co-op, Mica Matlack must don special gloves to turn a page in a 175-year-old book every day. Oh, and she speaks seven languages.
At least one time, Justin Mathew's dual role has forced him to sprint through Drexel hallways from one job to another. But it's worth it, he says, to break out of the graduate-student bubble, and help others to do the same.
The second-most-common catch on Costa Rica’s longline fisheries in the last decade was not a commercial fish species. It was olive ridley sea turtles.
Carmen Cronin speaks three languages and has traveled around the world. But the real reasons she’s so passionate about global public health issues are the people she’s met.
Rebecca Olsho spent much of her summer on the Greek island of Crete, assisting with research and getting paid for it. She did this as just a freshman in college, thanks to Drexel's STAR Scholars program.
Not many students can manage a factory for their co-op like Daniel Pinto did for three months, but then again not many students would jump at the opportunity to work in Kono District, the epicenter of Sierra Leone’s diamond-fueled 10-year-long civil war.
Donna Ferrari, a developmental adviser for Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, helps students get on track to achieve their accounting or finance graduate degrees.
Environmental science pre-junior Anna Gourlay wasn’t looking to go international for her first co-op experience, but somehow she ended up camping in Mongolia.
International area studies major Kailey Kluge always wanted to study abroad in Russia. Thanks to the prestigious Boren Scholarship award she won last month, her dream will be realized this fall.