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Neon Indian jams at Union Transfer

The ideal scenario for enjoying Neon Indian’s music is difficult to pinpoint. Some items in their catalogue give the impression of a basement rave in Tokyo and some force the listener to envision a drug-addled… Continued

Time Away

A stormy year away from basketball nearly led Kazembe Abif away from Drexel University. Instead, it gave him a new appreciation for the game he loves. *** When the Drexel University men’s basketball team headed… Continued


Kenney elected Philadelphia mayor

Nov. 3 marked the election of Democrat and Veteran City Councilman Jim Kenney to be Philadelphia’s 99th mayor. After serving on Philadelphia’s City Council for 23 years, Kenney resigned in January 2015 to run for… Continued

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Drexel Startup Day 2015

The Drexel University Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship hosted its second annual Drexel Startup Day Nov. 11. The event was held in Behrakis Grand Hall from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and was centralized… Continued