Welcome to the Burning Question, The Triangle’s online video segment where we ask Drexel students a question that is on everyones’ mind. This week, Janette Danella and Travis Gehman interview students about beards. Got an idea for a burning question? Email us at email@example.com.
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Drexel University’s Co-op Theatre Co. and the Drexel Players performed “The Apple Tree,” a playful musical of three acts, Nov. 21-24. They did a wonderful job of transporting the award-winning 1966 piece by Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick and Jerome Coopersmith from Broadway to The Mandell Theater. Like the rest of the Co-op Theatre’s season, the […]
As the temperature drastically drops, the only way to survive is to bundle up. However, that doesn’t mean dressing up like you are in a circus. Instead, invest in a fashionable and functional winter coat. The perfect coat is one that can be thrown on and look stylish regardless of what you are wearing underneath. […]
Legends never die, especially a legend like Ron Burgundy. We were first introduced to this iconic character in 2004’s “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.” As San Diego’s top-rated anchorman in the 1970s, Burgundy had it all: a celebrity-level reputation, adoring women, scotch, his pooch Baxter and a beautifully trimmed coiffure, not to mention his […]
The holidays can be a stressful time for the typical college student. Of course, you want to shower your friends and family with gifts, but you want to do so without sacrificing your entire bank account. That is why they invented Black Friday. The deals this year are going to be bigger than ever. Don’t […]
For a director who has only made six films, Alexander Payne has made a substantial impact on Hollywood and will surely be remembered in cinema as one of talent. His films are typically dark comedies whose protagonists find themselves stuck in ruts and try to break free from their mundane lives. These protagonists have been […]
In collaboration with Courtney Denton Diana Gasiewski, junior education major Wearing: Anthropologie top and skirt, Kenneth Cole booties Q: Who or what inspires your sense of style? A: A little Grace Kelly, a little Twiggy, a little Stevie Nicks, and a whole lot of me. I tend to follow my gut more than anything else, […]
Don’t let the trailers fool you: “Inside Llewyn Davis” isn’t about music or the ‘60s; it is about a man whose life is in flux as he spirals downward while trying to find himself. Loosely based off the accounts of folk singer Dave Van Ronk, the film takes a look at the folk music scene […]
In collaboration with Courtney Denton Jobs in the fashion industry turn faster than knit leggings at H&M. Over the past two years, onlookers and insiders alike have witnessed a series of monumental changes as several familiar faces have taken — or given up — the reins at some of the world’s most esteemed design houses. […]
Jim Koch came from a long line of brewers. For five generations, each of the eldest Koch sons pursued a career in the noble art of brewing, but when Koch came of age, the market for quality beer in the U.S. was virtually nonexistent. Instead, Koch attended Harvard University and pursued a successful career in […]
Our generation tends to want all the fun without any of the commitment. While this usually has less-than-desirable consequences, on rare occasions we can get away scot-free. This is why we are obsessed with ear cuffs. As low-maintenance, simple jewelry pieces, they can add edge to your outfit without the permanence of an actual piercing. […]
Drexel Fall Term Concert Series A wide-variety of Drexel ensembles from the University Orchestra to the Rock Ensemble and Jazz Orchestra will present equally varied works from Beethoven to the Beatles. The week features music by The Beatles (Rock Ensemble); compositions by Stevie Wonder and Joe Henderson (Fusion Band); holiday themes from different cultures including […]
Duross & Langel started out with three shower gels, one moisturizer and a handful of soaps. On this particular Monday morning, Steve Duross was skillfully chopping a large brick of coconut oil base for his store’s soap. These smaller chunks were then transferred to a tall pot where they were melted down; mixed with essential […]
Many designers have collaborated with H&M in the past, including Lanvin, Matthew Williamson, Maison Martin Margiela, Versace and Karl Lagerfeld. The latest visionary to partner with the Swedish fast-fashion company is French designer Isabel Marant. Known for her effortlessly chic, bohemian, Parisian-cool style, Marant’s ready-to-wear collections often speak to many women due to her wearable, […]
Stage shows and musicals are one of the best parts of the holidays. Programs like the “Radio City Christmas Spectacular” and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade are part of the razzle-dazzle of the season of giving. “Elf,” the musical based on the 2003 hit film now showing at the Walnut Street Theatre, is just as […]
You might have heard of Kevin Devine through his side project with Manchester Orchestra and Bad Books. What you might not know is that Devine actually releases his own music. In October, Devine released his two newest albums, “Bubblegum” (produced by Jesse Lacey of Brand New) and “Bulldozer” (produced by Rob Schnapf), with the help […]
Drexel’s Main Auditorium hosted three renowned poets and authors Nov. 6. In “Conversation and Song: Walking the Laureate Road,” Nobel Prize in Literature recipient Toni Morrison, U.S. Poet Laureate Rita Dove, and Pew Fellow in the Arts Sonia Sanchez discussed their works and lives in front of an eager audience. They were joined by vocalist […]
Welcome to the Burning Question, The Triangle’s online video segment where we ask Drexel students a question that is on everyones’ mind. This week, Janette Danella interviews students about what Burning Questions they want to hear answered by the student body. Got an idea for a burning question? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch out, Justin Bieber — there’s a new guy in town, and his name is Jake Miller. Miller is a 20-year-old rap, pop and hip-hop artist from Florida, and he is in the process of taking the world by storm with his first headlining tour and a brand new album, “Us Against Them.” He is […]
It’s big-little season in the Panhellenic world! If you don’t know what that is, or if it hasn’t taken over your social media news feeds, I’ll tell you. When you join a sorority, you get paired with an older “sister” who is a mentor, a friend, and is there to help you adjust to the […]
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- Fry announces new research partnership December 3, 2013
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- University responds to tuition dispute January 13, 2012
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