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College of Medicine helps with groundbreaking program to provide mobile Hepatitis C testing

Philadelphia is serving as the model city for a new approach to encouraging testing for hepatitis C and HIV: free, mobile testing labs for medically underserved communities. And Drexel's College of Medicine is helping to lead the charge.

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Literary Death Match combines readings, silliness

Literary Death Match is a traveling series of author’s readings infused with reality-show-style competition and humor. When it comes to Philadelphia, it’s produced by the Painted Bride Quarterly magazine housed at Drexel.

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iSchool Duo Helps Startup Students on a Shoestring Conserve While They Learn

Abhiroop Das and Dias Gotama came up with the concept for nvigor, a nonprofit company that works to fuel the Philadelphia student tech and entrepreneurship scene.

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Drexel Seniors Work to Alleviate Parking Headache in Major Cities

Jonathan Davis graduates this June with a bachelor’s in engineering, a minor in business and a start-up that’s already got investors excited. Davis and some classmates created Hot Spot Parking, a new effort to alleviate the troubles caused by parking in cities around the country.

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Drexel Students and Twin Sisters Both Make Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleading Squad

Drexel students and twin sisters Sage and Gabriella Cifaloglio are now both members of the 2013 Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleading Squad.

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'Art Attack' Gets Student Writers Published, Highlights the Arts in Philadelphia

The column "Art Attack" is the result of a unique partnership between Drexel and philly.com that gives students the opportunity to be published and have a voice about arts in Philadelphia.
Vision 2020 Co-Chairs Lynn Yeakel and Rosemarie Greco with the Women’s Basketball Drexel Dragons.

Vision 2020 Plans for Centennial Celebration of Women's Voting Rights

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter recently announced that, in collaboration with various local organizations including Drexel's Vision 2020 project, Philadelphia will host the nation’s celebration of the 100th anniversary of women’s voting rights in the year 2020.

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Q&A with Tina Richardson: Philadelphia Public School District Closings

Last week, the Philadelphia School Reform Commission ordered the closing of 23 Philadelphia School District schools. Drexel's Tina Richardson spoke with DrexelNow about why the public has reacted so strongly to the closings, whether the process was flawed, and how the remaining schools can best welcome the reassigned students.

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Through Her Lens

Recent Drexel alum and photographer Emily Olson looks back on her experience at Drexel and applauds the University for preparing her practically and artistically for the real world.

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Q&A with Richardson Dilworth: Election Reform

DrexelNow asked Dr. Richardson Dilworth, an associate professor and director for Drexel’s Center for Public Policy, if Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law could impact the presidential election.