English major assumes role as editor-in-chief

Pre-junior English major Julia Casciato is taking over as The Triangle’s editor-in-chief for the spring and summer terms. Casciato has been involved in The Triangle since coming to Drexel with high school classmate and former Editor-in-Chief Sandra Petri, a pre-junior business major for whom Casciato will be taking over. “We… Continued

Brown discusses film in motion

Steadicam inventor and three-time Academy Award winner Garret Brown presented a talk titled “The Art of the Moving Camera” in the URBN Annex screening room Feb. 4. Nearly 100 people attended the event to hear Brown speak. Brown holds 50 patents and is the inventor of the Skycam, the Mobycam… Continued

Xfinity will be offered on campus

Drexel University will be one of the first universities to offer Xfinity On Campus, a service that will allow residence hall occupants to view live television from their laptops, tablets and phones while connected anywhere on campus. Resident assistants will be the first to access a trial of Xfinity On… Continued

Homecoming artists revealed

After a two-day delay due to inclement weather, Drexel Traditions has officially announced that Schoolboy Q and Carnage will co-headline the Homecoming 2014 concert Jan. 25 in the 33rd Street Armory. The event will also feature rapper Trinidad James and electronic dance music disc jockey Griz. According to junior entrepreneurship… Continued

Senior designs virtual tour for exhibit

Senior elementary education major Cloe Lacombe-Bar has become the first student to independently develop a mobile iPod tour for an exhibit at Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center. The iPod tour complements The 1968 Exhibit, an exhibit originally developed by the Minnesota History Center. The Exhibit highlights events of “the year that… Continued

Brigade provides medical support

Students of Drexel University Global Brigades traveled to Nicaragua during summer break June 16- 24 for a medical and public health brigade. The students traveled to Jinotega, Pueblo Nuevo and El Lemon, Nicaragua, and provided care to approximately 700 individuals and seven families. The first portion of the trip focused… Continued

Univ. ends students’ housing contracts

The housing contracts of three Drexel University freshmen were terminated in late May after the students were caught dropping water balloons from the 14th floor of Towers Hall April 8 at 11 p.m. Freshmen Daniel Laikhter, a computer science major; Kyle Houseman, a game art and production student; and one… Continued

Tragedy in New Orleans

Each year on the second Sunday of May, thousands of Americans honor their mothers in many different ways: breakfast in bed, a town outing, a new necklace, etc. This Mother’s Day, at around 2 p.m., while we here in Philadelphia were enjoying sunshine and sandwiches with our beloved family matriarchs,… Continued

Jewish Center will be first of its kind

Drexel University has announced plans to build a new 13,000 square-foot Center for Jewish Life at 118 N. 34th St., according to a May 6 University press release. The center — which will be comprised of a chapel, a student lounge, and several dining aspects including a kosher dining hall,… Continued