Fall 2018

Pillars of the Community

With long, determined strides, attorney Tom Kline walks past the granite-columned entrance and into the marble lobby of 1200 Chestnut Street, a 1916 Horace Trum... Read More

Minors With Major Ideas

And the top prize goes to....Hailey Gibson, Faith Busanic, Michael Skros and Shaun Vassil, for coming up with a peanut jar squeegee. It’s hard to tell ... Read More

Friends We’ll Miss

1930s Benjamin Cooperman, MD medicine ’33 William H. Power, D/C electrical engineering ’32 1940s Raymond C. Arnold, MD medicine ’45 Christine J. At... Read More

Our Man in Canada

Canadian Ben McIntosh ’14 was born into a lacrosse family. His grandfather was involved with the Canadian Lacrosse Association. His father played the sport an... Read More

Dragons Down Under

1 2 3 4 5 MELBOURNE Melbourne (photo 1) is Australia’s second-largest city and one of its most commercial, so there were plenty of cafes and... Read More
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A Home for Jewish Life

Organized Jewish life at Drexel dates back to the 1920s, and Hillel got its start on campus in the ’30s and ’40s. But it wasn’t until about a decade ago that ef... Read More
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Greetings Fellow Alumni

As I begin my second year as chair of the Alumni Board of Governors, I am proud of the progress we’ve made toward achieving our goals of engaging students a... Read More