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Heard Around Campus — July

Learn about updates related to the return to campus, including parking updates and local business and Drexel brands on campus that have re-started their operations.
Mir Ahmed Leghari, a first-year finance student, finds solace while writing in solace in Caneris Hall this term.

The New Normal: Stories of Drexel Students Living on Campus During COVID-19

Sixty-five Dragons appealed for University Housing this term, and are sheltering on campus while most of the rest of the Drexel community is at home. Three students discuss their circumstances, new routines and hopes for the future.
The scene at Drexel Park. Photo credit: Jeff Fusco not just for this photo, but all photos in this story.

What Drexel and Philly Looked Like During the Start of the COVID-19 Pandemic

You’re off campus right now, and you might even be out of the city. Here’s what some of your favorite spaces near Drexel look like while you’re gone.
A 2014 aerial shot of Drexel's University City Campus. Photo credit: Kelly & Massa Photography.

March 23: Drexel’s Campus is Closed. Now What?

With campus now officially closed as of March 20, here’s what Dragons should know about what resources are and are not available as they prepare to work and learn remotely.
Coronavirus-related Cancellations and Changes on Drexel’s Campus

Coronavirus-related Cancellations and Changes on Drexel’s Campus

The latest information on what Dragons preparing to stay on campus or use campus services should know about, in terms of events, dining services and other updates.
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Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Drexel Partner on New Garden Space

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Drexel University are partnering on a new garden space that will open this spring for Drexel students, faculty, alumni and the public. Located at 32nd and Market Streets, The Gateway Garden at Drexel is being brought to life by PHS, and it will serve as a vibrant entrance to Drexel’s campus. The project will transform a once-vacant space into a hub of horticultural excellence and engaging activities year round. The two organizations announced the garden and revealed renderings at an event held March 4 at the Flower Show.

A multi-million-dollar project to repair the roof and skylight of Drexel University’s first campus building will start around March 16.

Drexel Main Building Roof Renovations Set to Start This Month

A multi-million-dollar project to repair the roof and skylight of Drexel University’s first campus building will start around March 16. Here’s how the renovations may impact Dragons.
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Drexel Establishes University-wide Plans to Cope with Potential Coronavirus Outbreak

As the number of coronavirus cases grows in the United States, Drexel University is enacting contingency plans to ensure that students, faculty and professional staff are safeguarded, while continuing to provide for learning and research and critical campus functions.

Melissa DePretto Behan, EdD, senior executive director of Student Life at Drexel University, discusses myths about Residence Life with Danny Inglis, a third-year architectural and civil engineering student who is also an RA in Millennium Hall.

Mythbusters: Building Community with Residence Life

Residence Life touches on the “three C’s” of Drexel student life, which stands for community, conduct and crisis. Despite this, misconceptions do prevail about the many important ways its employee network can support Dragons’ college experiences.
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Briefly Noted: What Faculty and Staff Need to Know This Term

Here’s how to have a healthier and safer 2020 at Drexel this winter term, from financial and health check-ups to a construction update on the University City Campus.
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Campus Digest — January 2020

New year, new ways to get involved on campus!
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College of Medicine Joining Nursing and Health Professions in New Academic Building at uCity Square

The College of Medicine will eventually vacate all leased space at the Center City Campus and Queen Lane Campus to move to the University City Campus.