Founder of the Drexel University Construction Management Program Joseph Lambert Sr. passed away at his residence at Riddle Village in Media, Pennsylvania on June 15, 2011 at age 96. Joe Lambert was the founder of the Construction Management Program at Drexel University. Joe launched the Construction Management program while serving as a Professor and Department […]
Archive | June, 2011
“Femme” Exhibition and Opening Reception The James Oliver Gallery is enthusiastic in announcing its new presentation of works, entitled “Femme.” The exhibition features work by a huge variety of artists from the Northeast U.S.A. The show opens Saturday, June 18 and runs through most of the summer, closing Aug. 20. When one thinks of the […]
Three Drexel athletes were recognized for their academic achievement by the Philadelphia Inquirer May 31. Cole Gindhart and Daniel Zalkind from the men’s swimming team were named to the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Academic All-Area Men’s Swimming and Diving Team and women’s swimmer Jessica Csakai was named to the paper’s Academic All-Area Women’s Swimming and Diving Team. […]
The Drexel University women’s basketball team has been given the honor to compete in the preseason National Invitational Tournament beginning Nov. 11 and ending Nov. 20 with the championship game. The tournament will be played at eight different host sites and will feature some of the top competition in the county, including Baylor University, University […]
The senior fashion design students will send their beloved senior collections down the runway June 4. The fashion show will take place at the Urban Outfitters Venue in the naval yard. Participants have slaved for months over their senior collection; during this time period, both lack of sleep and immense creativity influenced what these designers […]
Mikhail Furman Are you moving home after graduation? If so, you’re not alone. According to The Huffington Post, 85 percent of college students moved back in with their parents upon finishing school in 2011. It’s not a stretch to say that the average college degree doesn’t go as far as it once used to. Unfortunately, […]
Dear Editor, If you are one of the many students graduating this month, congratulations to you and welcome to the Alumni Association. We hope to see you involved with our Young Alumni Association and at various other alumni events no matter where you locate in the future. If you are still a student though, there […]
Four to five years and an entire college education later, you’re graduating. The mind tends to fixate on the strangest memories: using plastic silverware because all your forks are unwashed and laying in the underused dishwasher at University Crossings, using bedsheets as curtains when you realize that the kitchen window offers an all too clear […]
Crew The LeBow College of Business Boat has been sent to represent Drexel at the 109th Annual Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships. The event began June 2 on the Cooper River in Camden, N.J. The boat is the men’s varsity four and will consist of junior coxswain Randall Lee, freshman stroke Vanja Busic, sophomore Lorenzo […]
And the streak continues ¬¬¬— No. 2 seed Novak Djokovic has earned a spot in the semifinals of the French Open, and in the process, has added on to his 41 consecutive wins in the 2011 season, and 43 straight victories dating back to the 2010 Davis Cup Finals. Djokovic will face No. 3 seed, […]
Celebrity chefs are nothing new to the American food scene, but over the past several years they have begun to pay more attention to beer. While I think this is good overall – especially as they begin to bring high quality craft beers into higher class establishments traditionally reserved for wine and liquor – it […]
Starting June 3 at noon, the music program will be rocking out all day in Drexel Park for the Spring Music Festival. The concert, which celebrates the last day of spring term classes, will be in support of the charity To Write Love on Her Arms. While the event will be free, there will be […]
Cuba Libre is one restaurant in Philadelphia to which everyone must take a trip. It may be located in the heart of Old City, a section known for its nightlife, but this is one place that serves the rustic, simple homey foods that represent many of the islands of the Caribbean. My recent trip to […]
For the first time since 2007, a Canadian team will participate in the Stanley Cup Finals in the hopes of bringing the Stanley Cup back home to Canada — where it hasn’t been since 1993. As expected, the Vancouver Canucks have made the journey all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. Before this season […]
The National Hockey League in Winnipeg. For some reason that has a familiar ring to it — oh that’s right, Winnipeg already had a team, but because they weren’t selling tickets, they lost the team to a more promising market: Phoenix (more specifically, Glendale). Boy did that go well. Well, the franchise formally known as […]
Captain America is one of Marvel’s most iconic characters, first appearing in comics 70 years ago; however, only now is Capt. finally making the leap to a blockbuster summer movie. The upcoming film, “Captain America: The First Avenger,” based off of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby’s serial, will not be released until July 22, but […]
Sondre Lerche album release Sondre Lerche is gearing up for the upcoming release of his self-titled album out June 7 on Mona Records. As part of his North American tour, Lerche is performing at World Café Live this Friday, June 3, to perform songs off his new album, “Consequence Of Sound.” He has received praise […]
Drexel’s sixth annual Week of Writing event featured numerous English-centric activities occurring at various locations on campus from May 22-29. Also known as WoW, the Week of Writing held 15 separate free events that were open to the public. Highlights of the weeklong event included discussion panels, prolific authors as guest speakers, readings by members […]
Robert Palisano, a professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions’ Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences Department, will officially be named a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association at the APTA’s June national conference in Baltimore. The fellowship is the highest honor given by the APTA, according to a May 23 […]
Instructions What is this? It’s a crossword puzzle — except you don’t know which across answers go on which rows, and you don’t know what order their letters go in the grid. This uses the same brain muscles as a solving an anagram or doing a Sudoku puzzle. The answer to each “Across” clue is […]
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