Winter/Spring 2015

Practice What You Teach

Drexel’s College of Nursing and Health Professions recently opened a 23,000-square-foot faculty practice called Parkway Health & Wellness in the Three Parkw... Read More

Find Your Own Fossil

The first year, Mantua Township, N.J., resident Kristin Sullivan wondered why there were tons of cars and police activity near a shopping plaza about a mile fro... Read More

The Close School’s Cool Scoop

It’s 7 a.m. and Reading Terminal Market will open in an hour. Vendors ready their stations. Flat screen TVs illuminate. Coffee percolates. Prep work begins for ... 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

A Bug’s Afterlife

The insect world is so diverse that if you lined up every living organism on the planet side by side, every fifth one would be a type of beetle — with beetles b... Read More

The Comeback Kids

Twenty years ago, the Drexel paintball team, a club sport at the University, was founded as one of the earliest college paintball clubs in the country. In fact,... Read More

The Great Defender

Fortunately for the Drexel women’s soccer program, Melissa Chapman listens to her elders. When the Landsdale, Pennsylvania, native was a high school student lo... Read More


THE DAY WAS SEPT. 4, 2014, AND THE TIME WAS PRECISELY 9 A.M. At that moment, Aja Carter (BS ’14) and Elena Schroeter (PhD ’13) dashed out the door of Drexel’... Read More