“This partnership is a win for us on so many levels.”

— Jonathan Deutsch, professor and founding director of the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, on a new partnership between Drexel University and the Monell Chemical Senses Center, the premier sensory science research institution.

“Some students have little cooking skills. Others have a keen interest in cooking. Remarkably, the food turns out delicious.”

— Edward Bottone, chef and assistant teaching professor in the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, on his honors course “Food in the Arts: Film,” in which non-culinary major students cook cuisine related to each film’s setting. 

“Edgar Derby’s story ends, ‘So it goes.’ I want my students to know what he died for. The urn in The Drexel Collection gives them a clue.”

— Christopher Nielson, an assistant department head and teaching professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, on why he takes freshmen to see a Dresden urn in The Drexel Collection while teaching Kurt Vonnegut’s “Slaughterhouse-Five.”

“The dots are all there. Just connect them.”

— A.J. Drexel Autism Institute Associate Professor Diana Robins in an August New York Times article on the importance of early autism screening.

“You can’t do everything for everyone. You have to accept that. You can’t make everyone happy.”

– Mayor Michael Nutter on his role as the city’s leader at a July Leadership Matters talk, a lecture series hosted by the LeBow College of Business.

“I’ve never had any concerns about being a woman in the industry… I think most people in this field are just concerned about getting a job, in general.”

— Lauren Mo, one of the three-woman team of Drexel students called Lunar Rabbit, which recently released a game developed in Drexel’s Entrepreneurial Game Studio called Starbright.