From the DAC

Senior squash player Michael Thompson

Holding Serve

Drexel’s squash teams returned to post-season competition and sent a number of top players head to head against top-tier schools at national individual champio... Read More

Of Memories and Mustaches

The Drexel men’s lacrosse program commemorated both the University’s founding and its own 75th anniversary with mustachioed pride this past spring. By Adam Ston... Read More

Striking Distance

The father of women’s soccer at Drexel is seeing his team come of age as it hovers within reach of a tournament title. By Mike Unger The history of Drexel w... Read More
Rachel Bernhardt poolside

Need for Speed

The first stop on Rachel Bernhardt’s journey was to make Drexel history as a top swimmer. From there, she headed to the U.S. Olympic trials. Next up? Olympics 2... Read More
Zach Spiker Defending the Dragon

Defending the Dragon

“The big thing we’re trying to do is drive culture right now. I’m very proud of how our guys have responded. Every day we’re defending the Dragon, and I love it... Read More

A Guiding Light

Not every coach carries a whistle. Kathleen O’Brien, the University’s assistant athletic director for academic services, carries a guiding light. She runs the A... Read More

Squashing the Competition

If it wasn’t for the game of squash, there might not be a Hayley Hughes. Her parents, Nigel and Bev, met through the game, a fortuitous encounter not only for t... Read More

Rugby Alumni Return to Vidas

“Saturday is rugby day,” is the climactic verse of a rugby song traditionally shouted by the players after every match, never forgotten by serious ruggers. Pass... Read More

A Game-Changing Education

Most students in college feel unsure of their futures. Even those who come away with successful careers have felt the pressure. Mike Mazzeo ’10, a Brooklyn N... Read More