May. 26, 2017
What is a break?
In summertime, the living is supposed to be easy — but not for Drexel students.
May. 12, 2017
Speak up about sexual assault
Two incidents of sexual assault were reported at Drexel University’s Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity recently, alleged to have happened between April 28 and May 4. Now, the fraternity has been suspended temporarily while an investigation is conducted.
Apr. 14, 2017
Learning to overcome feelings of anxiousness
Anxiety is a term that we are probably all familiar with. It’s a feeling that every person will confront at some point, but not everyone knows exactly how to cope with it.
Feb. 24, 2017
Making up beauty standards
Makeup is among the many forms of art in the world and is arguably the most widely known. So widely known, in fact, that people expect women to constantly wear it.
Jan. 20, 2017
College students have a voice
The presidential inauguration is just days away and we all know how we all feel about that. Happiness, anger, sadness, whatever the emotion may be, this election has left quite a mark on all of our lives.
Jan. 13, 2017
Many people find that the best way to commemorate a new year is by creating resolutions to go along with it.
Nov. 11, 2016
The benefits of suite living
One of the biggest perks of being an incoming student at Drexel University is having a choice of eight different residence halls to live in. Looking to avoid the alleged horrors of traditional-style dorm living, such as communal bathrooms and cramped bedrooms, I decided to choose one of Drexel’s suite-style dorms, Race Hall, to live in during my first year of college.
Nov. 4, 2016
Finding time for relaxation
Staying sane in college is just another task to add to our lengthy to-do lists. Between all the homework, extracurricular activities and social events, who has the time?
Oct. 21, 2016
My opinion on having an opinion
Opinions make the world colorful. They spice up the world with different perspectives. Being a journalist is exhilarating because I get to interact with people of all different backgrounds and understand how someone’s life can shape their opinions. Everyone’s unique experiences create opinions that are vocalized to the world, making it vibrant and lively.
Oct. 7, 2016
Perks of inner city living
The second I was admitted into Drexel, I was eager to leave the claustrophobic New Jersey suburbs and move to Philadelphia. I had wanted to live here for a long time and had gathered lots of expectations, most of which have become a reality.