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From the Karren mountain, our Drexel group could see four countries as well as the city of Dornbin and Francis Matin Drexel’s birth house.

In the Footsteps of Francis Martin Drexel: A Field Trip to Dornbirn, Austria

In October, a team of10 Drexel University professors, students and alumni flew to Austria to visit the ancestral birthplace of the University founder’s father.
Drexel University Vice Provost for Academic Programs and Strategic Initiatives Koren A. Bedeau, PhD, and Jackson Katz, PhD.

Jackson Katz, PhD, Brings Introspection, Recommended Action in Gender-based Violence Lecture

The lecture — titled “Gender Based Violence: Who’s at Fault?” — brought the Drexel community together to discuss tough, topical issues on Oct. 10 in the A.J. Drexel Picture Gallery.

“Together We Flow” by Lindsey Browning, an adjunct assistant professor of dance in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. Abstract art using resin, acrylic and wood.

Hidden Treasures: Faculty, Staff and Student Art Now Displayed in the Office of the Provost

Earlier this term, the Office of the Provost debuted a new look featuring artwork on loan from Drexel faculty and students.
Philadelphia Museum of Dance

Philadelphia Museum of Dance to Bring Local Dance Students, Community Together for Choreographic Assembly

More than 200 artists — including 150 dance students from both Drexel and four other area university-level dance programs — will participate in the hours-long collection of performances on Oct. 6 at the Barnes Foundation.

Evan Ehlers, center, a senior the Close School of Entrepreneurship, stands with members of his Sharing Excess startup.

The Civically Engaged Startup Created — Where Else? — at Drexel

Evan Ehlers, a senior entrepreneurship and innovation major, founded a startup dedicated to live up to its name by “sharing excess.”
Favorite Wawa

Drexel Foodies Share Their Favorite Wawa Hoagie Order

To celebrate the grand opening of the new Wawa on Drexel University’s University City Campus, DrexelNow asked faculty and staff to relay their favorite Wawa hoagie order, and why.

Move-in weekend 2018

In Photos: Drexel’s 2018 Move-In Weekend 

Drexel welcomed its largest incoming class with its first-ever move-in weekend on Sept. 15–16.

Drexel Main Building

The Facts and Figures Behind Drexel’s Incoming Freshman Class

The incoming class of freshman students is Drexel’s biggest yet, and will come to Drexel from across the country and around the world.
5 Facts Drexel Recreation Center

Five Little Known Facts: Center for Learning and Academic Success Services (CLASS)

Find out why the CLASS is the Drexel University student’s one-stop-shop for non-course-specific academic resources, and what you might not know about the Center’s programming and services.

STAR Scholar Summer Showcase 2018

STAR Scholars Shine at Summer Showcase

The STAR Scholars program — which provides first year-students with opportunities to participate in faculty-mentored research or creative work — celebrated the culmination of its summer-long events with its biggest cohort yet.

A guide to Welcome Week 2018

A Guide to Welcome Week 2018

Drexel University’s Welcome Week will run from Saturday, Sept. 15–Sunday, Sept. 23 with more than 500 events to help incoming Dragons feel ready to begin their college experience.

Gabby Frost in a Buddy Project shirt she designed. Photo credit Lexi Shannon.

Meet the Drexel Student Advocating for Mental Health Through Her Nonprofit

For the last five years, Drexel student Gabby Frost has expanded the Buddy Project non-profit organization she founded that promotes mental health awareness and suicide prevention — and she has no plans to stop.