Triangle Talks with Brett Axler

Brett Axler is junior entertainment and arts management student who has worked lights and sound at many high-profile events around Philadelphia and is currently employed by XFINITY! Live. The Triangle: What’s your story? What brought you to Drexel? Brett Axler: I started looking into colleges as a sophomore at Rancocas… Continued

Triangle Talks with Emily Levine

Emmy Levine is a junior at Drexel who created her own major, music industry and psychology, in an effort to improve the lives of teenagers and now travels the nation working for music festivals. The Triangle: What’s your story? What brought you to Drexel? Emmy Levine: I came to Drexel… Continued

Triangle Talks with Rachel Wenrick

Rachel Wenrick is an associate teaching professor of English at Drexel who co-authored the memoir “Spirit Rising: My Life, My Music” with Grammy award-winning singer Angelique Kidjo. The Triangle: What’s your story? What brought you to Drexel? Rachel Wenrick: The real answer is love. My husband, Cyrille Taillandier, got a… Continued

Triangle Talks with Joke Bradt

Joke Bradt is an associate professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions. She is currently doing research on the effects of music therapy. Triangle Talks: What first interested you in music therapy? Joke Bradt: I actually was interested in studying medicine but I knew I was going to… Continued

Triangle Talks with Megan Hartz

Megan Hartz is a senior psychology major at Drexel who currently serves as president of Active Minds, a peer-to-peer mental health advocacy and awareness group on campus. The Triangle: What’s your story? What brought you to Drexel? Megan Hartz: Definitely the co-op program. I’m very interested in psychology, of course,… Continued