A Word from the Editor-in-Chief

The following editorial was written at the absolute last second by the Editor-in-Chief. This editorial exists primarily to fill space, and should be considered satire, not be taken seriously. Ah, finals week. A time for intense study, a time to eschew your social obligations in favor of academic rigour, and… Continued

Abita Brewing Co. offers alternative to Newcastle

New Orleans is typically framed as a city of massive inequality, inadequate natural disaster preparedness, deep-seated institutional racism, obesity and low property values. Generally, a lot of people think it shouldn’t exist. “Why build a city below sea level?” they ask. “A single hurricane could undo all our progress in… Continued

Hate and the echo chamber

Diversity is important. Not just the kind of “diversity” that Drexel’s Office of Equality and Diversity handles, but a much broader sense of diversity. Diversity of colors, yes, but also diversity of people, culture, places and, most importantly, diversity of ideas. When we as human beings from many different backgrounds… Continued

New quad seriously flawed

So, recently, I was watching an episode of The Triangle Live with Sandra Petri (a great Internet YouTube television program, by the way; I recommend it highly) about the origins of the Drexel Shaft. Most of us on campus today don’t know it beyond an abstract concept of “I was… Continued

West Philadelphia is crumbling

When renting an apartment or house in West Philadelphia, there are some questions you ought to consider. There’s the classic “How close is it to campus?” and “What are the local amenities like?” and “Do I have to pay utilities?” Since we have an urban campus, you also have to… Continued

Philly Auto Show is truckload of fun

They say you never get a second chance to make a good first impression. My first impression of the Philadelphia Auto Show was poor, considering the Ford Motor Company-sponsored breakfast had run out of coffee and was only serving decaf. This was at 8:30 a.m., minutes after registration had opened.… Continued