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Campus competes using poll app

Campus Soapbox, a mobile polling application for students, will run a poll April 21-28 in which users have the chance to win a free food truck meal for themselves and a friend. Later, a student will also have the opportunity to design a meal to be featured by the food… Continued

Tetris played on largest scale ever

One hundred lucky gamers had the opportunity to play a competitive game of “Tetris” on the side of the 29-story Cira Centre April 4, when the building was transformed into a 436-foot tall “Tetris” board. The project, which kicked off Philly Tech Week 2014, was led by Frank Lee, co-founder… Continued

Business festival pops in the quad

The festival known as Recess made its way to Drexel as part of its nationwide tour April 8. The events of the festival took place both in front of Gerri C. LeBow Hall and inside the building as activities progressed into the later part of the evening. The entire act… Continued

Former Gov. urges nationwide move to clean energy

College of Engineering Dean Joseph Hughes and former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter hosted an event April 8 in the Bossone Research Center to discuss the United States’s transition to a clean-energy economy. Around 100 students, professors and local politicians assembled to listen to Ritter speak about clean-energy policy, followed by… 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

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