Fall 2016

Bust of A.J. Drexel wearing birthday hat

125 Remarkable Years of Drexel

One hundred and twenty five years ago, an intensely private yet hugely influential financier and philanthropist named Anthony J. Drexel founded an institution t... Read More
Main Building Auditorium

The Main Thing

Number of pipes in the Curtis organ, which in 1928 replaced a Haskell organ that had occupied the Main Building auditorium at the founding. Original... Read More

Golden Dragons Remember

Drexel is still a place where classes are tough, lasting connections between classmates are strong and students leave as alumni equipped with tools to help them... Read More

Cheers to Drexel

What better way to toast Drexel’s 125th anniversary than with an exclusive amber ale? The limited-edition beverage, named Dragon’s Gold, will be available in... Read More

The View From Main

As we celebrate the University’s 125th anniversary this year, we are embracing Drexel’s unique history with great enthusiasm and pride. At the same time, I hope... Read More
Kline Restoration Group

Class Notes: Fall 2016

60s David Bell, BS commerce and engineering ’69, was named Volunteer of the Year by the city of Riverside, California, for his work with the Fire Department’s ... Read More

Vue with a View

In the spring, Drexel and its partners broke ground on a skyline-changing project called Vue32, which is a 16-story, 176,000-square-foot residential tower at 32... Read More
William Schutt

A Family Tradition

Bill Schutt, BS commerce and engineering ’67, is proud of two things: He’s proud to be the “grandpa” of five, and he’s proud of his Drexel education. Those worl... Read More