Sandra Petri, a pre-junior studying international business, was selected to be the editor-in-chief of The Triangle for the fall 2013 and winter 2014 terms. Petri stated that she has three main goals as editor-in-chief: to increase visibility of the student paper, to create a mobile application for The Triangle, and to build interactions with readers. […]
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A multimedia exhibition telling the story of the Iraq War through the perspectives of a Marine, a reporter and a photojournalist, “Invasion: Diaries and Memories of War in Iraq,” opened May 15 with a panel discussion in the URBN Center Annex. The exhibition, currently on display in the URBN Center lobby, includes diary pages from […]
The Huffington Post President and Editor-in-Chief Arianna Huffington spoke about the positives and negatives of the ever-changing participation-driven Internet April 30 as part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ third annual Distinguished Lecture Series. The lecture, titled “The Brave New World of the ‘New Media’: How Social Media Has Revolutionized the Communications Landscape,” was […]
Were you on Twitter this week? Between the Boston Marathon bombing, the ricin mailed to the president and a Mississippi senator, and the Senate voting down new gun control legislation, Twitter has had a high-traffic week. As the head of social media for The Triangle, it is my job to be logged into TweetDeck all […]
Drexel senior Jakub Susul was found dead by his roommate in their off-campus apartment March 2. Susul was a business major with an accounting concentration in the LeBow College of Business. According to a close friend of Susul who wished to remain anonymous, Susul planned to get his master’s in accounting and eventually become a […]
The Drexel University College of Medicine raised $9,775 at the 20th annual Pediatric AIDS Benefit Concert Feb. 16 in the Main Building. Including the Nov. 30 spaghetti dinner, the silent auctions from both events, and special donations, the PABC 2013 Committee raised just over $27,454 for the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Program at St. Christopher’s Children’s Hospital. […]
With the official opening of Dragon Cakes Feb. 11, student bakers in the Goodwin College of Professional Studies’ culinary arts program were busy Feb. 14 filling 30 orders for special Valentine’s Day cakes. Dragon Cakes is a student-run special-occasion cake bakery that bakes, decorates and delivers cakes out of the 6th floor of the Paul […]
Drexel President John A. Fry announced Jan. 30 that the University will establish the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship thanks to $12.5 million in donations and support from the Charles and Barbara Close Foundation. The Close School of Entrepreneurship will be one of a small number of freestanding entrepreneurship schools in the nation and […]
Ah, January, a month of bitter chill and a super-packed recreation center. You now what they say, new year, new you! Well, I’ve already met my 10 sit-up quota for the year, and it’s time to get cooking. Everyone always says that breakfast is the most important meal of the day for people maintaining a […]
Senior staff members of The Triangle recently had the opportunity to sit with President John A. Fry to talk about what’s coming up for the Drexel community. We learned that many steps are already underway for the Drexel Master Plan, and more news will soon be released to the public. We also learned more about […]
I spent an hour and a half in Trader Joe’s on the Sunday before Hurricane Sandy just to write this article … and to pick up some bagels. Yes, the checkout lines at Trader Joe’s were 15-20 people deep when I got there. When I left, there was a line just to go in and […]
Now that nature has reminded us what month we’re in, I’ve decided it’s about time to cook something that makes the chilly fall day a little less nippy. Indian cuisine is the ultimate comfort food for cold weather. The mix of curry and chilies is like a down North Face jacket for your mouth. Indian […]
Let’s start this off by getting two things straight: No one actually “loves” being cold, and the only good thing about the oncoming bleak months (besides the oversized fashion magazines) is the pumpkin-spiced everything. I did a little test at the grocery story this week. I took note of every seasonal pumpkin spice item I […]
Helen Nowotnik To our returning students and faculty, welcome back. To our new freshmen and transfer students welcome to Drexel University, ranked third on U.S. News’s “Up and Coming List” and home of the Best Fans in Philly, according to the Daily News! WOOO, DAC PACK! GO DRAGONS! Those two statements describe the Drexel […]
A man shot twice by a Drexel Police officer Aug. 3 is in custody and has been charged with reckless endangerment, harassment, aggravated assault, attempted robbery, assault on a police officer, and other related offenses. The arrest happened after the man allegedly punched a Drexel Police officer in the face and reached for his firearm […]
Take me out to the ballgame. Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and overpriced Cracker Jacks. I don’t care if I have college debt, overdue apartment rent and life necessities like water to pay back. Wait, those aren’t the words. Yes, the dog days of summer are winding down, and with […]
Whether you pronounce it “kaw-fee” or “kof-ee,” we can all come to the consensus that coffee’s existence is vital during the second half of the school term. Coffee addicts know there’s nothing quite like that first sip, or super-fast mindless chug, in the morning. It’s like the first breath of life, putting the drinker in […]
You know that time when you taste pure bliss for the first time? When your eyes open to twice their size and your mouth practically convulses with pleasure? I’m talking about eating your first Reese’s cup or slice of authentic tiramisu. Well, I’m here to say I’ve been to the Promised Land: I’ve tasted heaven, […]
Drexel University Music Program Director Myron “Mike” Moss died July 2 from a sudden heart attack. He was 60. Moss was an associate professor in the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. He had conducted the Drexel concert band, pep band and chamber groups for six years. “Dr. Moss was one of the […]
As college students, we’re often the target of cheap kitchen appliance marketing. Anyone remember the Xpress cooker? Or the Ronco Showtime Rotisserie Oven? Just set it and forget it. So easy a college student can do it. Well, the Nowotniks have unfortunately fallen victim to the smoke and mirrors of several infomercial products, and I’ve […]
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