News Briefs

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Health Boost for Philly

Lucy Kerman at a 2016 block rebuild party in the Mantua neighborhood, where volunteers made health-andsafety repairs to homes. Drexel is partneri... Read More
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See the Stars from Curtis Hall

A large white dome on the roof of Curtis Hall holds one of Drexel’s true hidden treasures: the Joseph R. Lynch Observatory, home to the most powerful telesc... Read More
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An Evening with Terry Gross

"It’s just been great to turn the lights up and see your faces and share the evening with you.” — Terry Gross “Fresh Air” radio host Terry Gr... Read More
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Drexel Square Now Open

What was once a parking lot is now a tree-lined, grassy gateway to the $3.5 billion master-planned development known as Schuylkill Yards. In June, Drexe... Read More

Drexel’s Patent Pool Grows

Drexel moved up three spots to No. 51 in the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) and Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)’s list of the world’s to... Read More
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#MeToo Gets Real

Tarana Burke (left) spoke on campus about the evolution of the #MeToo movement. The #MeToo movement is compelling, and so is its founder, as a ... Read More

Welcome, New Deans

Drexel is welcoming several new deans this year. Charles B. Cairns became the Annenberg Dean and Senior Vice President of the College of Medicine in April... Read More