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A green bean casserole made with fried onions and sprinkled cheese. Photo courtesy Flickr user Phil King.

The Drexel History Behind a Beloved Thanksgiving Side Dish

The green bean casserole is a staple on Thanksgiving tables across the country, thanks to an enterprising Drexel alumna.
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Study Shows Mismatched Cuisine Could Make Your Meal More Enjoyable

Ordering an Italian main course? According to a Drexel University food science researcher, if you want to be certain you’ll enjoy your meal, you should probably get the spring rolls to start.

People enjoying a meal at the EAT Cafe.

Welcoming Everyone to the Table: Philadelphia’s First Pay-What-You-Can Restaurant To Open

In Philadelphia, Drexel University, the Vetri Community Partnership, Giant Food Stores and other community partners are teaming to open the city’s first pay-what-you-can restaurant.
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Drexel Partners With Up2Us Sports to Help Veterans Become Youth Coaches
 

This fall, Marcedes Kennedy will be the first military veteran to pursue a master’s degree in Sport Coaching Leadership in Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management. As part of a new partnership with the non-profit organization, Up2Us Sports, called Operation Coach, she will immediately put her coaching leadership skills to the test as a mentor to Philadelphia children who are hitting the courts and the books with a local program called SquashSmarts. The partnership aims to help veterans work their way into coaching and community building while getting a degree.

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Drexel Experts Available to Comment on Democratic National Convention

As Philadelphia prepares to host what is likely to be one of the largest and most historically significant Democratic National Conventions, Drexel experts are available to comment on issues ranging from the logistics of putting together the massive gathering and its historical significance, as well as addressing the biggest political issues that will face presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton.

Eat a Better, Blended Burger to Support the Drexel Food Lab

Get your hands on an exclusive Drexel burger created for the James Beard Foundation’s Blended Burger Project.
Drexel students mingle at this year's Graduate Student Day.

Graduate Student Day Honors Research, Dissertations and Promise

Master’s and doctoral students were recognized at Graduate Student Day for their accomplishments throughout the year.
Mayor Jim Kenney, Beth Devine and Amy Giddings at the Coach's Conference opening reception.

Drexel Hosts a Conference to Keep Coaches at the Top of Their Game

Drexel's Center for Hospitality and Sport Management hosted the 2nd Annual Philadelphia Coaches Conference, bringing together coaches from all over the Philadelphia region to learn and network with colleagues who “get it.”
Food Lab Manager and 2015 Culinary Arts alumna Ally Zeitz prepares foccacia and butterbean salad.

Cooking for Your Life With the Drexel Food Lab

These pictures come close to doing justice to the amazing dinner that celebrated the Drexel University Food Lab partnership with cancer-fighting nonprofit Cook for Your Life.
"The City of Butter-ly Love," designed by Drexel student Emily Lloyd, will be featured on the University City Shake Shack menu in July.

Student's ‘City of Butter-ly Love’ Ice Cream Dish Wins Shake Shack Contest

After months of trials and tests, a blended frozen custard designed by a culinary arts student will be featured on the menu of the University City Shake Shack in July.
This year's co-op award winners are pictured. Bottom row left to right: Lynn Gotuaco, Conchita Taylor, Chau Dang, Angelique Giannascoli and Sarah Griggs. Back row left to right: Sandra Petri, Arvid Roach and Brandon Katz.

Celebrating the Best of Drexel’s Historic Co-op Program in 2016

Drexel’s annual Cooperative Education Awards honored outstanding co-op students and employers alike.
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Bourbon or Rye? You Can’t Tell the Difference, New Study Says

When asked to sort American whiskeys, consumers were more influenced by alcohol content, age at bottling and product brand.