Provost to step down in coming fall

Provost Mark Greenberg is stepping down as an administrator  this September after 35 years of service to Drexel University. While he is retiring from his executive position, he will be transitioning to a professorship and provost emeritus after taking a year off. Greenberg is one of the most well-known administrators… Continued

Baker named new W. basketball assistant

Michelle Baker never thought she would be a basketball coach. She grew up in Wilmington, Del., and as the daughter of two former varsity athletes, picked up basketball so early in life that she can hardly remember when it all started. “It was just kind of what we did,” Baker… Continued

Dislocation damages engineering clubs

“Formula SAE, we’re gonna need to go ahead and move you downstairs into storage B.” We all know the line from Mike Judge’s hilarious cubicle-based comedy “Office Space.” No matter how much he begs or how hard he works, the infamous Bill Lumbergh simply moves Milton’s office to worse and… Continued

Men’s lax team plays in Tokyo

This past season, the Drexel men’s lacrosse team went further than it had ever gone before. The Dragons clinched their first NCAA tournament berth with a Colonial Athletic Association Championship and would go even further, winning their first NCAA tournament game ever over the University of Pennsylvania Quakers. This summer,… Continued

Triangle Talks with Katie LaVoie

Katie LaVoie is a recent music industry graduate. She is a founder and the former president of the Drexel Cleftomaniacs. The Triangle: When and why did you join the Cleftomaniacs? Katie LaVoie: In early 2012, another choir student [Tehilah Tielebein, a physics major,] and I decided that it didn’t seem… Continued

Truvia found to be possible pesticide

According to a paper by two Drexel University professors, erythritol, used as a semi-sweet and low-calorie bulking agent in some sweeteners, is both appealing and toxic to fruit flies. Because it is safe for humans to consume at far higher doses than those that are toxic to the flies, it… Continued