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All News tagged "College of Arts and Sciences"
Drexel Student Named Miss Philadelphia 2021
Elaine Ficarra, a rising third-year biology major and Pennoni Honors College student, earned the title of Miss Philadelphia after competition was postponed due to the pandemic last year, and placed third runner up at the Miss Pennsylvania competition in June.
Eco-Passionate Students Find Outlet, Experience Through Climate and Sustainability Working Group
As plans for a centralized sustainability office at Drexel continue to formulate, students seeking climate and sustainability impact opportunities have found a home working with Drexel’s cross-functional and interdisciplinary working group started last spring in conjunction with the University’s “Climate Year” initiative.
Drexel Writers Room Collaboration Shines 7-Story Spotlight on Local High School Graduates
As part of its TRIPOD initiative, the university-community literary arts program Writers Room helped celebrate and share stories of the Paul Robeson High School senior class and their resiliency during the pandemic — culminating in the projection of the students’ portraits on the side of the University City Campus’ Nesbitt Hall on the evening of June 17.
‘Good Morning America’ Scholarship Recipient Lyric Wise Can’t Wait to Be a Dragon
The 18-year-old Paul Robeson High School grad who won a $50,000 scholarship live on national television explains her existing ties to the University, as well as her excitement and plans for starting at Drexel this fall.
Watch Your Professors Give TEDx Talks During a Student-Curated Virtual Event This Week
TEDxDrexelU, a student organization whose mission it is to bring the spirit of TED to the Drexel community, will present a two-day virtual conference featuring Drexel faculty and alumni speakers June 26–27.
Drexel Virtually Celebrates 2021 Graduates of Colleges, Schools, Heritage Groups
Before the University-wide ceremony at Citizen’s Bank Park on June 11, commencement for Drexel’s colleges, schools and students of the African diaspora were held virtually though celebrated wholeheartedly.