There is no amount of stress that the warm, wet nose of an adorable puppy can’t banish, or at least that’s the theory behind Puppy Pawlooza held Dec. 4 in Gerri C. LeBow Hall. The event was hosted by the Campus Activities Board; Active Minds at Drexel University, a student run peer-to-peer mental health advocacy […]
About David StephensonDavid is the Editor-in-Chief of The Triangle, and a Communications major at Drexel University. He can be reached at email@example.com
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Students rushing to class during the last several weeks might have stopped dead in their tracks or at least might have given a second look as they passed a row of illuminated displays in the third-floor hallway that connects Main Building and Curtis Hall. Curious students who take time to read the display notes posted […]
A Healthier U, Drexel’s program for improving wellness across campus, launched a mobile app to help students make decisions about nutrition while dining on campus. The app, which for now is only available to iOS users, gives users information about the nutritional content of meals available on the University City Campus. Information compiled by experts […]
After two years of construction, more than 1.5 acres of limestone, and the demolition of the fondly remembered Matheson Hall, Drexel University celebrated the opening of Gerri C. LeBow Hall with a dedication Oct. 3 attended by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, Drexel President John A. Fry, and a crowd of dignitaries and students. The $92 […]
There’s a very good chance that if you’re out in Philadelphia April 19 or 24 after 8 p.m., you’ll notice a retro video game being played on the city skyline. As part of Philly Tech Week 2013, the Cira Centre, located next to 30th Street Station, will turn into a gigantic display for one of […]
Drexel University will spend at least $1 million on a study into the possibility of expanding the University City campus above the Schuylkill Rail Yards that feed 30th Street Station, The Philadelphia Inquirer and University officials reported Nov. 11. The study, which will focus on the 96-acre rail yard currently owned by Amtrak and SEPTA, […]
Jocelyn Kirsch, one of the most infamous former Drexel University students, thrust herself into the spotlight again this week with a June 17 arrest in Walnut Creek, Calif. Kirsch brought intense local and national attention to Drexel in 2007 when she partnered with University of Pennsylvania student Edward Anderton in a yearlong scheme to steal […]
Being in college means, to many of us, living on campus and missing the comforts of home. In a true-life example of not needing something until it’s gone, nothing seems better than a home-cooked meal or the family dog after just a few weeks on campus. Even something as simple as picking up a package […]
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., was shown around the world […]
Approximately 3,000 square-feet of Curtis Hall will be renovated to bring state-of-the-art building management facilities to the aging building. The renovations will include new climate control systems and a new elevator to increase accessibility to the building, which was completed in 1928. The renovations will be in an existing unused area of the fourth floor […]
The following are crimes that occurred on or near campus and were reported to The Triangle by the Drexel University Department of Public Safety between Aug. 25, 2011 and Sept. 11, 2011. All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement or DPS incident reports. Aggravated Assault 1 Aug. 31, 10:15 p.m. 3200 […]
The following are crimes that occurred on or near campus and were reported to The Triangle by the Drexel University Department of Public Safety between May 22, 2011 and Aug. 19, 2011. All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement or DPS incident reports. Burglary 5 Aug. 1, 11 a.m. 3400 Block […]
Local news media outlets reported that a Drexel student missing since Aug. 9 was found dead near his work in Pennsburg, Pa. Sean Michael Buehrle, who had been planning on returning to Drexel in the fall for his senior year, was found by Pennsylvania State Police Aug. 13. Though police did not release where his […]
A team of Drexel engineering students got the ride of their lives as they got to test experiments they designed aboard NASA’s “Weightless Wonder” aircraft, July 7-15. The five students, Todd Bickel, Matthew D’Arcy, Jesse Ellis, Reuben Krutz and Elizabeth Santangelo, were chosen to join NASA’s Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program. The program gives undergraduate […]
22-year-old Drexel student Evan Morris was found by Philadelphia Police officers early July 29 in a private residence in the 3400 block of Race Street near campus. Initial reports suggest that an altercation between Morris and a student from another university resulted in the death. Information on which university the student came from was not released. News […]
The Philadelphia City Planning Commission approved Drexel University plans for three residence halls and retail space along the 3200 block of Chestnut Street the week of July 18. According to plans submitted to the planning commission and the Drexel Campus Master Plan, the construction of the residence halls and retail space will take place in […]
The following are crimes that occurred on or near campus and were reported to The Triangle by the Drexel University Department of Public Safety between July 12, 2011 and July 25, 2011. All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement or DPS incident reports. Burglary 4 July 15, 4 p.m. 3200 Block […]
Hundreds of students from around the University turned out to watch the July 8 morning launch of the U.S. Space Shuttle Atlantis. The craft, which took flight at 11:29 a.m. July 8, was a bittersweet one as it would be the last flight of the U.S. space shuttle program. Mission STS-135 also held a special […]
The following are crimes that occurred on or near campus and were reported to The Triangle by the Drexel University Department of Public Safety between June 11, 2011 and July 11, 2011. All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement or DPS incident reports. Assault July 10, 5:50 a.m. 100 Block of […]
Students from the Drexel University College of Engineering watch the the final launch of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, July 8, 2011 in the lobby of Bossone Auditorium. Drexel engineering alumnus Christopher Ferguson, ’84, is the commander of STS-115, the final mission of the space shuttle program. For more information on the flight: Students design patch […]
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