Food for thought

Picture this: it’s a hot summer day and you’re walking home from the grocery store, trying to juggle a watermelon and a gallon of milk. It’s a good walk. About a mile. While you’re managing… Continued

Chopped.

Sometimes the things we love disappear without any warning. In the blink of an eye. Or the span of a day. Valentine’s Day. In the Korman Quad. Have you peeped inside the fence that blocks… Continued

A legacy of giving

Drexel University lost one of its most well-known alumni this week. Albert Boscov, chairman of Boscov’s department store, passed away Feb. 10 at the age of 87 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. During… Continued

Screaming at the sinners

On Saturday, Jan. 21, roughly 50,000 people marched on Philadelphia, part of a nationwide protest against the ideals of President Trump. On Tuesday, Jan. 24, about a dozen protesters who identified themselves as “Bible believers”… Continued