Williams shines as Marilyn Monroe

This week American movie theaters open their doors to release the new Simon Curtis romantic adventure that is “My Week With Marilyn.” The film follows the story of Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne) a young playwright striving for the chance to make his name in the movie industry. Along Colin’s journey… Continued

Concert-goers getting scammed by Ticketmaster

As concert ticket prices skyrocket, concertgoers are becoming less inclined to buy tickets, hurting the music industry, the “Ticket Masters” panel informed students in the Mitchell Auditorium at the Bossone Research Enterprise Center Nov. 17. The panel was presented by the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design and… Continued

Scorsese creates a holiday gem

This Thanksgiving holiday, Martin Scorsese has given us one extra thing to count among our blessings: proof that 3-D is not on its last blurry, run-into-the-ground legs. Famous for bloody crimefests such as “Goodfellas,” “The Departed” and “Taxi Driver¸” the director has completely switched gears, transforming Brian Selznick’s novel, “The… Continued

Drexel student among Americans arrested in Egypt

Updated Wednesday, November 23, 3:45 a.m. A Drexel University student was among three students arrested Nov. 22 at the American University in Cairo and accused of participating in violent protests in the Egyptian capital, the American University said. Gregory Porter, 19, a Drexel international area studies major from Glenside, Pa.,… Continued

A cornucopia of opportunity

As week 9 finally comes to a close, we find ourselves excited for a Thanksgiving break that seems to come at the perfect time each year — and by “perfect,” we mean right as fall term is at its most stressful level. One of the things that we all need… Continued

Veterans Lounge unveiled in Armory

Students, faculty and alumni celebrated Veterans Day Nov. 11 by officially opening the Veterans Lounge in the Armory, reserved for current students who have served or will serve in the military. The new area includes couches, chairs and tables, as well as a whiteboard that will facilitate PowerPoint presentations during… Continued

Massenat, Givens lead Dragons past Rider on ESPN

With just over four minutes remaining in the first half Nov. 15 in Lawrenceville, N.J., the Rider Broncs led the Dragons 26-18 and things weren’t looking too good for the Colonial Athletic Association favorites. But that thought was quickly demolished as Drexel proceeded to go on a 10-2 run to… Continued

Crew finishes fall season with a bang

As the weather shifts from cold to colder, the Drexel crew teams wind down their season. They have had a successful fall season, finishing near the top in most of their competitions. They dominated their last few regattas, winning the overall point title at the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta… Continued

CoM announces new interim dean

Dr. Daniel Schidlow was appointed interim dean and senior vice president of health affairs for the Drexel University College of Medicine Nov. 1, according to a press release from the college. Schidlow replaced Richard Homan, who recently resigned from both positions. Homan had held these roles since June 2005 and… Continued