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From Passion to Profit: Drexel Student Starts Tea Business Through Entrepreneurial Co-op

Drexel University student Billy McCullough turned hobby into business in founding Puerh Panda — an online storefront for small-batch teas and accessories — through an entrepreneurial co-op with the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship.

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Campus Digest — March

Kick off spring term at Drexel with activities, announcements and a look toward commencement.
9 Empowerment Tips for Drexel Students

9 Empowerment Tips for Drexel Students

Female deans from Drexel University will soon gather to discuss professional and emotional empowerment at the Dean’s Panel during the Women’s Empowerment Summit hosted by the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship March 7–8. In advance, DrexelNow asked them each to share their one key empowerment tip for students.
Drexel University’s Liberty Scholars program has awarded more than $76 million in full-tuition scholarships to more than 400 low-income graduates from Philadelphia high schools.

The Life of a Liberty Scholar

Since 2010, Drexel University’s Liberty Scholars program has awarded more than $76 million in full-tuition scholarships to more than 400 low-income graduates from Philadelphia high schools. But supporting these students through graduation takes more — and means more — than what money can buy. 
The student-designed ice cream and the rubric used to grade them. From left to right: "Dragon's Breath," "Fire Breathing Dragon" (in waffle bowl) and "Blue(berry) and Gold."

Franklin Fountain Hosts Drexel-Themed Ice Cream Contest

Culinary students from Drexel’s Center for Food & Hospitality Management developed ice cream flavors inspired by the University to be sold at local ice cream parlor Franklin Fountain.
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Students Share Moments to Remember in Annual Study Abroad Photo Contest

The winners of the Office of Global Engagement and Education Abroad annual photo contest have been revealed. See these Dragons’ experiences to remember from around the world.

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A Tale of Two Colleges: Drexel and Stillman Act on Memorandum of Understanding

Drexel University and Stillman College, a historically black university based in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, signed a Memorandum of Understanding in May 2018 which created unique opportunities for students from both schools — and expansion plans are already underway.
Five students from the Center for Food and Hospitality Management created, and ate, their own sushi at a special demonstration.

One Way to Destress From Midterms? Making Sushi

During week five of the winter term, Drexel’s Center for Food and Hospitality Management hosted a sushi workshop for students to take a break and make (and eat!) sushi.
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Five Little Known Facts: Drexel Campus Dining

Drexel students who live on campus will rely on Drexel Campus Dining at some point during their college experience. Here are the new, innovative things they’re doing and ways they’re aiming to maximize your meal plan that you may not be aware of.
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Triangle in Trouble: Drexel’s Independent Newspaper Calls on Students in Fundraising Campaign

Drexel University’s student newspaper, The Triangle, announced that it no longer could afford printing costs, and is looking to students and the Drexel community for support.
Nathan Chan and Mark Rao of Chengdu Famous Foods.

Chengdu Famous Food: Story of a Student-Run Restaurant

Here’s how two Drexel University students created, launched and sold a still-popular Sichuan restaurant, Chengdu Famous Food, and how the experience shaped their studies and their friendship.
The team won $1,500 in Dragon Dollars for their efforts, as well as bragging rights.

Recapping Drexel Homecoming 2019

Drexel’s weeklong Homecoming celebration saw more student involvement this year than ever before — and was more about showcasing school spirit and a strong community than about the outcomes.