Sonja Sherwood

Editor’s Letters

Editor’s Notebook

Drexel happens to own one of the few intact copies of Larry Clark’s “Tulsa” photo series, and right now it’s on display in Drexel’s Main Building. If you’re loc... Read More

Editor’s Notebook

Somehow without me really trying, this edition filled up with stories about women’s historical place at Drexel. Not surprisingly, given Drexel’s co-ed roots,... Read More

Editor’s Notebook

Going to college is essentially an act of personal optimism. You make a bargain with your intellect, your time and your wallet. The bargain is that you spend... Read More

Editor’s Notebook

Last month, the world commemorated the Normandy invasion that broke Hitler’s grip on Europe 70 years ago. I toured that French coastline 20 years ago, and I’... Read More

Editor’s Notebook

As I write this, in mid-February, Drexel University is shut down for the third time this year by a snowstorm. Drexel has a reputation for powering through winte... Read More

More of everything

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when I decided this magazine was going to be more fun than I imagined — and also, just more of everything. It’s not just that t... Read More

An Introduction

This was composed at high altitude in a tiny cabin alongside a trout lake in British Columbia, so forgive the fishing analogy I’m about to use. Lake HiHium, ... Read More
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A Truly Ambitious University

If I had just one word to describe the Drexel that I’ve come to know over the past year and a half, that word would be this: Ambitious. So, if nothing else, ... Read More

About Our Cover

"This has got to be most entertaining thing that's happened here in a while." So said one of the research assistants in Drexel's Music and Entertainment Lab,... Read More