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South Eleveation of Bentley Hall that includes Calhoun Hall and the new, two-story edition.

$5 Million Gift to Drexel Will Establish Bentley Hall for Honors Students

With the help of a $5 million gift from Greg S. Bentley, CEO of Bentley Systems, and his wife Caroline, Drexel University will create a new epicenter on its campus for honors students. The gift comes at a time when construction is already underway at Calhoun Hall, an existing student residence hall, that will be fully renovated as part of Greg and Caroline Bentley Hall, a new complex that will house a true “living/learning” community for honors college students. In addition to the renovated student residence, Bentley Hall will also include a new, two-story glass and stone addition of about 10,800 square feet that will house the Pennoni Honors College offices and seminar rooms.

The Kline School of Law’s Community Lawyering Clinic will now be known as the Andy and Gwen Stern Community Lawyering Clinic, thanks to the couple’s $1.65 million naming gift.

Kline School of Law Announces Andy and Gwen Stern Community Lawyering Clinic

The Kline School of Law’s Community Lawyering Clinic will now be known as the Andy and Gwen Stern Community Lawyering Clinic, thanks to the couple’s $1.65 million naming gift.
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The Campaign for Drexel Passes $500 Million Milestone

Using “The Future Is a Place We Make” as its theme, Drexel’s comprehensive campaign has raised well over half of its $750 million goal.
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Redevelopment of 33rd Street Corridor to Expand Nexus of Athletics Activity for Drexel and Philadelphia

The hub of athletics activity on Drexel’s University City campus will soon have a new look — and even more activity. Announced today, renovation plans for the two-block stretch of 33rd Street adjacent to the University’s indoor varsity and recreational sports complexes, will expand its athletics and events space, and bring in US Squash, the national governing body of the sport of squash, as a new tenant and developer of the Pennsylvania Armory.