Many members of the Drexel community forget that one of the sides of Drexel’s triangular sigil represents art. “A Legacy of Art, Science & Industry: Highlights from the Collection” is kindly reminding the Drexel community that there is more to Drexel than science and industry. The exhibit opened April 12 and runs through May 30 […]
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The Drexel University Dance Program kicked off its winter concert, “Surrounding Us,” Jan. 24 at the Mandell Theater, and it is safe to say that it was fierce, weird and heartwarming. The concert had 11 choreographed numbers. Eight of them were created by students, two were by faculty, and one was by local professional Leah […]
A Drexel English professor recently traveled across the nation to spread awareness about The Spaces Between Your Fingers project and preserve the memories of Americans. The Spaces Between Your Fingers project is a community art project that encourages people to write down and share their memories. Matthew R. Smith is a professor in the College […]
Even though the weather is not feeling the Christmas spirit, the Philadelphia Orchestra most certainly is. Cristian Macelaru and Charlotte Blake Alston ushered in the Christmas season Dec. 1 with the Philadelphia Orchestra’s “Holiday Spectacular” at the Kimmel Center. The concert showcased classic Christmas music from around the world and many cute surprises. The “Spectacular” […]
Professor Amelia Hoover Green of Drexel’s history and politics department gave a seminar Nov. 14 titled “Speaking Stats to Power,” which addressed the various flaws and strengths in measuring violence when applied to human rights violators. The seminar portrayed how numbers and statistics are powerful in the manipulation of politics, debates and organizations. Green continually […]
In honor of the artists of the month, the Vox Populi Gallery held a free gallery tour Oct. 21 with its featured artists and moderator Andrea Serbonich. As a whole, the exhibit did not have a theme. The works displayed ranged from completely personal still lifes to absolutely abstract pieces showcasing the struggles of our […]
Have you ever dreamed of a beautiful New Zealand girl singing in a potpourri dress? Those dreams became a reality Oct. 21 when singer-songwriter Kimbra sold out Philadelphia’s Theater of Living Arts. The energy, style and voice Kimbra exuded left everyone well satisfied and pumped. Kimbra has been seducing millions outside the U.S. with hits […]
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