Natisha Chen is a senior nursing major at Drexel. She leads the Students Advocating Feminism and Equality organization in discussions on breaking barriers of adversity and creating equality for all races and sexes. The Triangle: What’s your story? What brought you to Drexel? Natisha Chen: I transferred to Drexel back in 2011 from Temple University. […]
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The Triangle: What’s your full name and where are you from? President John A. Fry: John Fry and I’m from Haverford, Pa. TT: If you were a superhero, what superpowers would you have and what would your name be? JF: You know in “Harry Potter” where Hermione is able to do two things at once? […]
The following are crimes that occurred on or near campus and were reported to The Triangle by the Drexel University Department of Public Safety between Nov. 13, 2013 and Nov. 19, 2013. All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement or DPS incident reports. Assault 1 Nov. 17, 3:46 a.m. Unit Block […]
Ian Farmer is a junior music industry major at Drexel who plays bass for his band, Modern Baseball, which recently released an album and has gone on a national tour. The Triangle: What’s your story? What brought you to Drexel? Ian Farmer: I came to Drexel mostly because the music industry program seemed pretty cool […]
Alex Peele is a Public Safety bike officer at Drexel University who has helped make the campus safe and secure for students and community members for well over a year. The Triangle: What is your role as a Drexel Public Safety officer? Alex Peele: Basically, the company model is to give great customer service, so […]
Brianna Guidos is a junior education major and president of the Future Educators of Drexel. The Triangle: What is the Future Educators of Drexel? Brianna Guidos: The Future Educators of Drexel is the education majors club here on campus. We focus on helping the students within the education major to improve themselves academically, professionally and […]
Richard Kopp is the director of Student Leadership Development & Traditions who actively connects Drexel students with alumni while maintaining his position as the key leader in reviving the Drexel Fight Song. The Triangle: What is your role at Drexel? Richard Kopp: My position has changed in the last two years in that it used […]
Ethan Collik is a senior business administration major with concentrations in accounting and legal studies who serves as the current president of Drexel’s Campus Activities Board. The Triangle: What’s your story? How did you end up at Drexel? Ethan Collik: My brother and my sister both went here. My brother went here for undergrad, […]
Ross Reagan, a senior digital media major, is currently serving as president of the Drexel Football Comedy Improv Team. The Triangle: What’s your story? How did you end up at Drexel? Ross Reagan: I’m not originally from Philly, so I went to a public school in kind of a rural area of Pennsylvania. … I […]
Bethany Fallon is an instructor in the English Language Center who runs the International Community Bridge Program that pairs incoming Drexel international students with community members in Philadelphia. The Triangle: Describe your program. When did it begin? Bethany Fallon: It’s called Intercultural Community Bridge Program, or just “Community Bridge,” as we call it. It’s an […]
Allison Brophy is a junior nursing major and an emergency medical technician who serves as chief of Drexel’s Emergency Medical Services. The Triangle: What’s your story? What brought you to Drexel? Allison Brophy: What brought me to Drexel was the co-op program, to be honest. I knew I wanted to do nursing, and I figured […]
Marie Whitehead is a junior culinary arts major at Drexel. She currently works at Barclay Prime, a Steven Starr restaurant, and is completing her co-op at the Academic Bistro on campus. The Triangle: What’s your story and how did you end up at Drexel? Marie Whitehead: When I was a senior in high school, I […]
Stephanie Zimmer is a pre-junior biology major and the president of Drexel’s Quidditch team. The Triangle: What’s your story and how did you end up at Drexel? Stephanie Zimmer: I’m a [University of Pennsylvania] legacy and wanted to go there my whole life. My parents made me tour Drexel’s campus on the same day we […]
Richie Cohen is a senior business major and a member of Pi Kappa Alpha who will serve as president of Drexel’s Interfraternity Council for the 2013-14 school year. The Triangle: What’s your story, and how did you end up at Drexel? Richie Cohen: I was looking for a different college experience, so I thought […]
Orcel Kounga is a sophomore computer engineering major working this summer as an orientation leader. The Triangle: What’s your story and how did you end up at Drexel? Orcel Kounga: Drexel was in my top five schools, and it was such a hard decision because I got into all my top five schools, so I […]
Anthony Glascock is the coordinator of the anthropology program and a professor of anthropology. The Triangle: What’s your story and how did you end up at Drexel? Anthony Glascock: I’m an anthropologist who has, for the last 35 years, studied aging and old age. My first academic job was at the University of Wyoming, where […]
The following is an email from Drexel President John A. Fry reprinted in The Triangle’s 2012 Welcome Back Week issue: It is with great pleasure that I welcome you back to another academic year here at Drexel. As our students return to campus and our faculty and professional staff prepare for the busy weeks and […]
Click the above image to view the full PDF of this week’s feature The last two terms have brought an extraordinary series of changes at Drexel University. With new buildings, new discoveries, and Drexel grads flying higher and riding longer, the last few months have kept all of us busy running to cover the many […]
Founder of the Drexel University Construction Management Program Joseph Lambert Sr. passed away at his residence at Riddle Village in Media, Pennsylvania on June 15, 2011 at age 96. Joe Lambert was the founder of the Construction Management Program at Drexel University. Joe launched the Construction Management program while serving as a Professor and Department […]
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