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The newly painted doorway of the Chestnut Street entrance of Main Building in 2018.

What’s New With Drexel’s Main Building?

Drexel University’s Main Building recently received a summer makeover.

Photo of the 27 members of the Korman family in from of the Korman Center

Drexel Dedicates Transformed Quad and Korman Center Addition

A dedication ceremony on June 6 officially marked the opening of the addition to Drexel’s Korman Center and surrounding “Quad.” Located at the heart of Drexel’s campus, the Korman Center and its surrounding green space have served as a University landmark for decades.

The exterior of the James E. Marks Intercultural Center.

Check Out the New James E. Marks Intercultural Center

The Office of Equality and Diversity has a new home — with a chapel and prayer room — on Drexel’s University City Campus.
The facade of the new Korman Center addition.

Take Your First Peek at the New Korman Center

The Korman Center addition opened to the public last week with new study spaces available for students studying before finals week.
rendering of Drexel Square

Brandywine Realty Trust Breaks Ground on Drexel Square, the First Project of $3.5B Schuylkill Yards Innovation Community

Brandywine Realty Trust, in partnership with Drexel University, broke ground today on Phase I construction of the mixed-use, master-planned Schuylkill Yards development in University City. The first phase of the $3.5 billion, multi-year project will enhance the public realm by creating a 1.3-acre community park at the corner of 30th and Market Streets to be known as Drexel Square, followed by the reimagination of the former Bulletin Building, and the development of two towers at 3003 JFK Boulevard and 3025 JFK Boulevard.
Exterior of Saxbys cafe at the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

Saxbys Opens Second Cafe on Drexel's Campus Run Completely By Students

Saxbys Chief Executive Officer and Founder Nick Bayer will join Drexel University President John Fry to commemorate the opening of a second cafe on Drexel’s campus. Opening its doors on June 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the new Saxbys is the company’s second cafe at Drexel and the third in the nation exclusively operated under student supervision as part of Saxbys’ Experiential Learning Program.

Harold Myers pictured in 1984 with his family at the official naming ceremony of Myers Hall. Photo courtesy University Archives.

Remembering the Legacy of Drexel’s Myers Hall — and Harold M. Myers

Myers Hall, which has been on Drexel’s campus since 1977, was originally planned to be closed and later demolished at the end of this academic year. Now it will remain open — and continue to honor President Emeritus Harold Myers.
A rendering of what the future Korman Quad will look like.

Making Sustainability Part of the Design of Korman Quad

Some of the renovations surrounding Korman Quad will make the space greener and more sustainable than ever before.
Heard Around Campus

Heard Around Campus — January

Catch up on all the Drexel news from the first month of 2017, including new closures to Korman Quad and a recap of President John A. Fry’s town hall.
The exterior of the Perelman Center for Jewish Life.

Drexel’s Perelman Center for Jewish Life Building Praised for Its Architecture

The Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life recently won praise in the news for its remarkable architectural layout.
A sampling of the memorabilia stored in the cornerstone box found in the Korman Center that is now being stored in University Archives.

Historic 1959 Cornerstone Box Unearthed During Korman Renovations

A bundle of historic documents and items dating back to the late 1950s was recently found in the cornerstone of the Korman Center during construction.
Exterior of Perelman Center for Jewish Life

Ribbon-Cutting Marks the Opening of Drexel’s Perelman Center for Jewish Life

More than 100 guests celebrated the opening of the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Jewish Life at Drexel University with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 26. Construction for the new facility at N. 34th Street was made possible with the help of a $6 million gift from Perelman. It is the first building at Drexel constructed entirely through private philanthropy.