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Campus Digest — September 2019

The exciting start of the new academic year is less than a week away! Here are the things to do, know and celebrate as you start the Fall term.
Eric Berg working on a clay model of Drexel's "Mario the Magnificent" statue. Photo courtesy of Eric Berg.

Drexel Dragon Secrets, Straight from the Sculptor

The “Mario the Magnificent” dragon statue on the corner of 33rd and Market streets is one of the most prominent landmarks of Drexel’s University City Campus. The statue’s creator, Eric Berg, shed some light on what it was like designing, and sculpting, a dragon.
New Dragons and Dragon parents during Move-in weekend 2018 at Drexel University.

22 New Dragon Parent Questions, Explained

The Drexel Family Association put their heads together and came up with questions they had when their students first started at Drexel — questions that new Dragon parents this year will undoubtedly have as well.
Here's what incoming Drexel students should do to make sure the transition to living on Drexel University’s campus is as smooth as possible before classes begin.

New Drexel Dragons 2019: You’ve Moved In, Now What?

You’ve got your books bought, your bed made, your posters hung — but what else should you do to make sure your transition to living on Drexel University’s campus is as smooth as possible before classes begin?
Incoming students are invited to join in 10 days and nearly 250 events dedicated to helping them find their home at Drexel during Welcome Week 2019.

What to Expect for Welcome Week 2019

Incoming students are invited to join in 10 days and nearly 250 events dedicated to helping them find their home at Drexel.
Sam Hubner (middle) and Kenneth Tran (far left) are both fourth-year students and hold the positions of vice president and director of communication respectively for the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) for this academic year.

Why You Should Get Involved Early at Drexel

Leadership of the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) explain why first-year students should dive right into on-campus living, even if it’s scary.
Lisa Santore Daughen, chairperson of the Drexel Family Association, with her family at her daughter's graduation from Drexel.

How to Help Your Student Spread Their Wings at Drexel

Lisa Santore Daughen, chairperson of the Drexel Family Association, speaks to how you can let your kids go — but remain a resource — as they successfully navigate their college experience.
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Five Little Known Facts: American Campus Communities

Since American Campus Communities (ACC) established a University-affiliated housing partnership with Drexel in 2010, a lot of beneficial updates and changes have been made, but several myths have also formed.
Popsicles.

Cool Treats Near Drexel Hotspots

It’s hot out — treat yourself to something frosty and refreshing.
Drexel buildings.

The Names Behind Drexel Buildings

Ever wondered who Bossone or Stratton or Disque were, and why those are the names of buildings on Drexel’s University City Campus?
The Paul Peck Center Gallery, which is currently showcasing "John Chapel: A Photographic Voyage."

5 Fun, Free Things to Do Near Drexel’s Campus

There are several things that Dragons can do between classes or on a lunch break that are fun, free and near the University City Campus.
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Campus Digest — July 2019

It’s summertime on campus, but things have certainly not slowed down! Here’s what’s going on this month.