Fall 2017

Class Action

College is all about inspiring students to reimagine what they’re capable of. Professors challenge students to tackle difficult problems, to find unexpected way... Read More
Johanna Berrigan

A Ministry of Presence

Though little known outside of Kensington, the Catholic Worker Free Clinic that Johanna Berrigan founded at 1813 Hagert Street in 1991 is part of a network of l... Read More

Progress Report

“If you can look at a child and see endless possibilities... if you can look at a child and see to infinity, that is a successful school.” — Christian Edge W... Read More

An Interview With Modernity

In a world that is constantly on the move, Mimi Sheller studies the systems that make progress possible, for better and for worse. As the director of Drexel’... Read More

Class Notes: Fall 2017

50s Robert Koerner, BS civil engineering ’56, MS ’63, was honored by the American Society of Civil Engineering in the form of a dedicated symposium in Chicago ... Read More

Say Hello to Dave

Don’t expect to see David Kaganovsky, BS information systems ’95, wearing a tie. In fact, the 45-year-old information technology executive spends a lot of time ... Read More
Prescription Pill

Research: Prescription Persuasion

Chances are, your doctor could be influenced by payments and gifts he gets from drug companies. Two-thirds of patients in the United States visit a doctor who has received payments...