As many Drexel University students have come to realize through the co-op program, dressing for success is no joke. To be taken seriously it is of the utmost importance to dress appropriately throughout the interview process. Today, with such an unstable employment rate, job seekers must remember that the tiniest detail can make or break […]
Among the elaborate vocabulary of acollegestudent, one word frequentlyappearsinconversation: broke. There is no questionthatcollegeis expensive. At times it seemslikeablackholeinyour bank account and your wallet. Although frustrating and somewhat sickening to think about, such high expenses of education help students to develop thriftier spending-savvy habits. And so it goes for my excursion to Bistro 7, one […]
Frontman Andrew McMahon stole the crowd at his sold out show at the TLA. The evening opened with solo artist Allen Stone and Jukebox The Ghost. In this cold winter season we all need a little something to remind us that warmth and sunshine still exist. Just give Jack’s Mannequin a listen for a quick […]
Cody Simpson, the up-and-coming pop sensation, performed at the Theatre of Living Arts Feb 5.to a sold-out crowd. According to a TLA staff member, fans began gathering outside the venue at 5 a.m. in order to snag a front-row spot inside the standing-room theater. The “Welcome to Paradise” Tour, which kicked off in Boston Feb […]
Dear Editor, The Feb. 3 edition of The Triangle contained two articles, one lamenting the decline in term-paper assignments and the consequent deficit in student intellectual skills, and the other noting the rise in Internet-abetted plagiarism. May I submit that these two issues are not unrelated? I have come to look first in the […]
Philly Materials Science and Engineering Day was held Feb. 4 in the Bossone Research Center with over 1,300 people in attendance and demonstrations and lectures aiming to get the local community interested in materials science. Drexel, the University of Pennsylvania and The Franklin Institute put on the free event. “It’s just a really great day […]
Drexel University received a $1-million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to expand research on the effect of plasma on the biochemical process in living systems, according to a Drexel-issued press release published Jan. 30. The two-year research project will be carried out by an interdisciplinary team of Drexel faculty at the University’s Anthony J. Drexel Plasma Institute […]
Denise Dillon will have to wait at least one more game for her 144th career win, which would eventually tie her with Lil Haas as the winningest coach in Drexel women’s basketball history. “It seems like the longest year in history of trying to accomplish that,” Dillon said. Her Dragons fell 56-51 to James Madison […]
The 2011 season for the Drexel women’s lacrosse team was a break through point for many reasons, including being the team’s first playoff appearance. They will look to break through even further for the 2012 season. As they prepare to get the season started, the team is filled with optimism on what should be a […]
The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University will host Paleopalooza, its annual dinosaur-themed festival, Feb. 18 and 19, featuring a live show and separate seminar with paleontologist Scott Sampson of the popular PBS children’s show “Dinosaur Train.” Sampson will be available for an all-ages presentation of “Dinosaur Train” on both days of the two-day […]
Despite the flurriesinthe air, the Drexel softballteamis primed for the start of a new season. The Dragons had anoverallunderwhelming 2011 season finishing with a 15-28 (7-14,ColonialAthleticAssociation)record,goodfor seventh placeinthe CAA.Sincethen, Drexel has lost five seniors,whichincludesKelly Downes, Laura Stagliano, Ellen Boundy, Katy Harrington and Rachel Campbell. Of the five, Campbellwillbe missed the most withher.305 battingaverage, three home […]
The Drexel wrestling team bounced back Feb. 4 with two impressive wins on the road over Brown University and Boston University. This comes after their home loss against Army two weeks prior. The Dragons clinched their first win over Brown 23-13 and finished off the day with a solid 21-14 win over the Terriers. The […]
A handful of Drexel students gathered in Nesbitt Hall the morning of Feb. 4 to take part in a unique sales-oriented workshop hosted by the Drexel Sports Management program. Led by Sales Huddle principal Sam Caucci, the workshop offered real-world tactics employed by sales force professionals in the sports industry as well as advice on […]
The Drexel men’s and women’s squash teams’ first regular season as varsity programs left the women (0-11) finishing off the regular season at home losing to Brown University 0-9 Feb. 4. The men (7-9) split matches against Brown and Swarthmore College Feb. 4 and 8, respectively. The men lost to Brown 1-8 but defeated Swarthmore […]
In an interview with Bryan Fyalkowski of The Triangle in November 2011, Drexel men’s soccer head coach Doug Hess brought the curtain down on a disappointing 2011 season (5-10-3 overall, 4-5-2 Colonial Athletic Association) for the Dragons with these words: “when January comes around, we begin another cycle and start preparing for next fall.” So […]
With the Drexel University swimming anddivingseason winding down,thereis only one meet remaining. Thisdiving-only meetwilltake placeFeb.11 at 11a.m.against the University ofMaryland-BaltimoreCounty. Juniorstandoutdiver Stephen Cal is the only member of the Drexel men’s swimming and diving team that competed last week in meets against Navy and Columbia University. In the meet, Cal scored 247.55 in the 1-meter […]
Local authorities arrested two Drexel students last month for their involvement in a local million-dollar LSD operation. Following their arrest, the students became police informants, leading to the Jan. 31 bust of three ringleaders at the 4800 Block of Florence Street. The bust was made Tuesday night by a combined force including the district attorney’s Dangerous Drug […]
Being in college means, to many of us, living on campus and missing the comforts of home. In a true-life example of not needing something until it’s gone, nothing seems better than a home-cooked meal or the family dog after just a few weeks on campus. Even something as simple as picking up a package […]
Drexel freshman guard Damion Lee goes up for a shot at the DAC during the Dragons 68-48 win over Georgia State Jan. 25. From Feb. 13, 1988 until Feb. 4, 1989, the University of Richmond Spiders, then members of the Colonial Athletic Association, won 17 consecutive regular-season conference matchups. That is the CAA’s longest standing […]
Drexel fought a tough battle against Hofstra University and George Mason University but unfortunately fell to both teams in back-to-back games. The disappointing results began in their contest against Hofstra at the Daskalakis Athletic Center Jan. 29, where they fell to the Pride 68-61 due to a second-half scoring surge. The contest started out neck-in-neck. […]
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