University living costliest in the state

It’s difficult to avoid the cost of housing at college but Drexel’s prices are more expensive than most. On Oct. 20, Business Insider shared eCollegeFinder’s compiled list of the country’s most expensive room and board at universities, and Drexel came out at number four. According to data from the National… Continued

Women’s soccer limps into postseason

There are good ways and bad ways to enter postseason play. Losing two straight conference games? That’s a bad way. The Drexel University women’s soccer team fell to Hofstra University Oct. 24 by a score of 2-1. Hofstra scored first in the 29th minute of the game when Hofstra’s Lulu… Continued

Tennis closes out 2014 with big wins

The Drexel men’s and women’s tennis teams continued their torrid pace of wins by closing out 2014 with decisive victories over Rider University and Saint Peter’s University. The men’s team was faced with a back-to-back against Saint Peter’s and Rider. They kicked off the singles matches against Saint Peter’s with… Continued

Sacramento director takes new role

Michael Marion, the executive director and associate vice provost of Drexel University Sacramento, has been appointed to the California Student Aid Commission, a governmental organization that helps students interested in pursuing higher education. “It’s a great honor and a great opportunity to give back and help students go back to… Continued

Triangle Talks with Matthew Kurtyka

Matthew Kurtyka is a senior entertainment and arts management student with a minor in business administration. Kurtyka is the president of the Drexel Paranormal Investigation Group, which he founded in 2012. The Triangle: Tell us about yourself! What do you do when you’re not chasing spooks? What got you into crawling… Continued

Women’s Soccer slows down at Vidas

The Drexel University women’s soccer team’s roll appeared to finally be slowing down. Coming into the week, they hadn’t lost a game in over a month and were undefeated in conference play. If momentum is a thing, as some people believe, the Dragons were teeming with it. Until they faced… Continued

Dragons finish eleventh after rough second day

The drought continued through another turning of the leaves. The Drexel men’s golf team finished 11th at the Old Dominion University/Outer Banks Invitational, shooting a three-round total of 893 Oct. 19-21. Fellow Colonial Athletic Association member James Madison University won the invitational with a combined score of 858, just six… Continued