SCDC accidently releases student information

Educational information about 5,379 Drexel students was accidentally emailed to 479 other students the week of Feb. 10 due to a mistake made by a co-op advisor in the Steinbright Career Development Center. As a precaution, each student whose information was disclosed was issued a new University ID number Feb.… Continued

Drexel Players’ latest performance tours campus

The Drexel Players’ newest endeavor offers an unconventional look at a place we all think we know so well: campus. “Welcome to Campus” breaks down the fourth wall completely: Audience members take on their own roles as potential Drexel students as they hear from student guides about the realities of… Continued

Welcome to Drexel University

Professors, faculty, staff and upperclassmen, welcome back! To incoming freshmen, welcome to Drexel, welcome to Philadelphia, and welcome to the next five (or four) years of your life. It takes a special kind of person to choose Drexel. This year’s freshman class joins thousands of other students who have chosen… Continued

Junior becomes editor-in-chief

Anne Most, a junior studying communication with a concentration in global journalism, will serve as editor-in-chief of The Triangle for the spring and summer terms. Typically, an election is held to determine a new editor-in-chief every two terms. Most ran unopposed and is already working to achieve certain objectives during… Continued

Dean finalist shares plans for LeBow

G. “Anand” Anandalingam, the second finalist under consideration to be the new dean for the Bennett S. LeBow College of Business, presented his goals and strategies for the college March 14 to current Drexel faculty and students. Anandalingam is currently serving as the dean of the Smith School of Business… Continued

Dean candidate presents vision

Donald S. Siegel, dean of the School of Business at the University at Albany, shared his vision for the LeBow College of Business with current Drexel faculty and students March 6. Siegel is one of two finalists being considered to be the new dean of LeBow. The other, G. “Anand”… Continued

Fry’s new project will merge offices

The offices of the University Registrar, Financial Aid and the Bursar will be consolidated into Drexel Central, a collaborative effort to make serving students easier and more efficient, President John A. Fry announced Jan. 17 in an email to the University community. Currently, representatives from the three offices report to… Continued

Dance Party line-up announced

Representatives from Drexel’s Traditions Committee announced Jan. 15 that Waka Flocka Flame, Porter Robinson and Flosstradamus will be performing Jan. 26 at Drexel’s Homecoming Dance Party 2013. David Hunt, a junior studying business administration, along with Emmy Levine, were in charge of marketing for the event. Hunt offered some insight… Continued

Provost’s office sets new policies

The Office of the Provost announced academic policy changes in effect for the winter 2013 term in an email sent Jan. 4 to all students. Registration time tickets for spring term will once again be assigned in order of seniority after one term of allowing freshmen to register before most… Continued

LeBow mourns loss of Peterson

Drexel pre-junior Christopher Peterson was found dead Nov. 15 in his off-campus apartment. No foul play is suspected, but an official cause of death has not yet been released. Peterson, 20, of Reading, Pa., was a business administration major with a marketing concentration in the LeBow College of Business. LeBow… Continued