From Aleppo to Drexel

In Aleppo, Syria, Mahmoud Hallak’s life was relatively normal — until it wasn’t. His parents, both physicians, worked to support Hallak and his two sisters. But as the regime of President Bashar al-Assad tightened its… Continued

Student startup clinches capital

Tern Water, a startup founded by Drexel University students, announced Jan. 23 that it received a six-figure investment from Cross Capital, an arm of the Philadelphia-based real estate development company Cross Properties. Tern’s flagship product… Continued

Message keyed into car of prof

Drexel professor Adrienne Juarascio, a self-identified Hillary Clinton supporter, discovered Nov. 11 that her car, parked at 18th and Reed streets had been vandalized. The words “It’s our p—- now, B—h,” were keyed across the… Continued