A lack of faculty accessibility to students outside of the classroom has been a problem at Drexel for many years. Students have spoken out about the issue; according to The Princeton Review's 361 Best Colleges rankings, Drexel ranks fourth in the category of "professors make themselves scarce.
The renovations to the Quad are on schedule, according to James Katsaounis, director of communications of student life and administrative services, and is scheduled to be done by the end of November. The project has closely followed its $5.2 million budget.
The fifth annual Have a Heart Colonial Athletic Association Blood Challenge took place Nov. 2. Nine hundred ninety-seven students registered to give blood, according to Rebecca Gigli, associate athletic director and campus coordinator for the event.
Students at the University have started an organization to build a fully automated home. It's called Drexel Smart House.
The Triangle would like to clarify a statement in "Underage drinking: It's underreported," and in "Papadakis announces renovations" both published in the Oct. 27 issue.
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Epsilon Zeta celebrated its 50th anniversary as a Delta Zeta chapter Oct. 13. The current and past members helped celebrate the milestone, rating the sorority as one of the best experiences of their lives.
Bernard Lentz has been named the executive director of the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment. Lentz will assume his role as executive director Nov. 20.
Drexel student Sean Miller spoke Wednesday at a rally for Governor Ed Rendell and senatorial candidate Bob Casey, which took place at the University of Pennsylvania in Logan Hall's Terrace Room.
A Drexel student was hit by a car in front of the Edmund Bossone Enterprise Center Oct 31. The student was hit at Market Street and JFK Boulevard.
ASM International, the materials information society, released its 2006 award winners in various categories Oct. 27. Christopher Li, an assistant professor of materials science and engineering, won the Bradley Stoughton Award for Young Teachers.
Are you registered to vote in Pennsylvania? If so, Nov. 7 is the day you should visit your local polling place and join fellow citizens in selecting your government representatives.