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

Convict is the ‘voice for voiceless’

Goddard College in Vermont marches to a different drummer. It held a commencement in early October, and it invited as its guest speaker Mumia Abu-Jamal, America’s foremost political prisoner. Mumia is currently serving a life sentence in the shooting death of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner in 1981. Until his… Continued

Tower Theater hosts one-man band Flying Lotus

It’s a blessing when artists of Flying Lotus’ caliber come to Philadelphia to perform. This time, we got Flying Lotus and Thundercat — two of the finest artists on Brainfeeder, the electronic record label founded by Flying Lotus. The two musicians performed Oct. 14 at the legendary Tower Theater in… Continued

University instates Common Application fee

The University has elected to begin charging a $50 application fee to prospective freshmen, transfer, and international students. The change was discussed earlier this year and a final decision was reached by the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success over the summer with the support of the Office of… Continued

Faculty gathers for Convocation

Drexel continued its long-standing tradition of ringing in the new academic year with its 123rd convocation Oct. 7. The auditorium of the Main Building stood filled with proud staff, all dressed in traditional academic costume, gathered to celebrate this year’s theme: “The Year of the Faculty.” After Rabbi Isabel de… Continued

Men’s Soccer loses two CAA games on the road

Well, that wasn’t good. The Drexel University men’s soccer team started their Colonial Athletic Conference play and it couldn’t have gone much worse for them. Coming off two big wins and seemingly riding high going into conference play, the team felt ready to fight their way through the conference games,… Continued