The Triangle gets a face lift

It’s a new year and we have a new look. Going into 2015 we wanted to push The Triangle to become a modern newspaper. Our newspaper has been redesigned frequently since its inception in 1926. Over the course of the fall term our design team experimented with graphic design concepts… Continued

Think twice before clicking

When we turn on the TV to watch the news or pick up a newspaper, we know that we’re not going to learn about every event that happened that day but we’ll get the highlights. But what if every news station and newspaper only covered the highlights? This is the… Continued

Civic responsibilities should trump class

While you were watching YouTube videos in your civic engagement class, the polls were closing without your vote. The solution? Drexel University should not hold classes on election day. Voter turnout in the last election was dismal. Only an estimated 36.6% of eligible Americans voted, the lowest rate since 1942,… Continued

Why you should vote

Election day is coming up this Nov. 4, and if you live within the City of Philadelphia, it’s easy to get a little jaded. Speaking strictly from a mathematical standpoint, our district will be a landslide Democratic victory. Why even show up to the polls, then? Can a single vote,… Continued

Prepare for this flu season

In the course of the past few months, hardly a day has gone by without the mention of Ebola.  News of the virus and its victims has overtaken our country, taking priority on our major media outlets and invading our daily lives. Tune into any television or radio news channel… Continued

Is the University straying too far from its roots?

If you looked at the front page today, you might have seen an article about Drexel charging a new fee to prospective students for processing their application. This isn’t an uncommon practice and it isn’t unjustified: paying people to process multiple tens of thousands of applications is expensive, especially when… Continued