Life and legacy of Oscar de la Renta

On Oct. 20, legendary Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta passed away at the age of 82. Based in the United States, the designer died after a battle with cancer at his estate in Kent, Connecticut. De la Renta was mostly known for bringing the worlds of high society and… Continued

A look into the US economy

In my previous article, “Oil prices on surprising decline,” published Oct. 10, I indicated that in order to understand the signals coming to us from a major economic variable, it is important to read the signs coming from the variables associated with it. For example, to figure out the changes… Continued

Researchers study stem cells with 3D software

With the assistance of 3-D glasses and a projection screen, biologists are now able to study their slides as if they were standing directly on the glass itself. Associate professor of electrical and computer engineering Andrew Cohen led the development of the innovative software that makes this possible. The software… Continued

Men’s soccer’s offense comes alive in CAA play

“Once we’re back on track, we’ll be back to competing like we have the last few years.” Sophomore goalie Tyler Afflerbach was optimistic about the Drexel University men’s soccer team’s future despite how rough the beginning to conference play was. After dropping their first two Colonial Athletic Association matchups by… Continued