Baker named new W. basketball assistant

Michelle Baker never thought she would be a basketball coach. She grew up in Wilmington, Del., and as the daughter of two former varsity athletes, picked up basketball so early in life that she can hardly remember when it all started. “It was just kind of what we did,” Baker… Continued

Scenes from the World Cup on South Street

The sidewalks of South Street are buzzing. Off-gold cans of Warsteiner beer exchange hands and an adventurous few walk around with their beer in plastic boots. In a little over an hour, Germany and Argentina will face off for soccer supremacy in the World Cup final. Lionel Messi will try… Continued

Found in Translation

Driving back from the University of Delaware on a hot day in mid-May after a nine-goal defeat wasn’t how the Drexel men’s lacrosse team had hoped to end its 2014 season. The Dragons had toppled high-profile teams in Hofstra University and the University of Pennsylvania in successive games, pushing expectations… Continued

La Navigation de la Mer

De différents milieux de vie From different walks of life Erin MacCausland often jokes that she was sailing in utero. In a way, she’s close to correct. Her father was an Olympic sailor, participating in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics as an alternate for Team USA and in 2000 as a… Continued

Men’s basketball changing guard

On a campus with no football team, it’s never too early to think about hoops. The Drexel men’s basketball season ended just under nine weeks ago, but the past 62 days have been packed with big developments — both positive and negative — for the team. The first big news… Continued