Insurance policy is ‘discriminatory’

History professor Robert Zaller recently wrote on the impropriety of Drexel University’s new pension plan (The Triangle, Nov. 21), and the way it was not properly designed in consultation with the faculty senate — a body, it seems, greatly troubled by a lack of openness and expressed jurisdiction, much like… Continued

Expert discusses social media in academics, jobs

International Students and Scholar Services hosted an American Culture Series discussion on social media to students curious about today’s online networks of interpersonal communication Feb. 12. Brad Levinson, director of marketing and social media at Drexel, led the interactive conference exploring popular social media networks and the best practices of… Continued

International students get job tips

Dan Beaudry presented “How International Students Can Find Employment in the U.S.” Oct. 10 in Mitchell Auditorium and shared his knowledge of the potent job search system he has used to help international students. Beaudry is the former head of campus recruiting at Monster.com and former associate director of corporate… Continued

Panel contests immigration policies

Drexel joined over 75 universities April 19 in a “Collective Day of Action” by holding a panel discussion on immigration reform in MacAlister Hall. The event, nationally coordinated by The Partnership for a New American Economy, was organized on campus by Drexel’s Office of International Programs. The event aimed to… Continued

International Student Style

With fashion capitals ranging from London to Sao Paulo, Brazil, it is clear that American fashion is influenced by styles from around the world. Even just from walking around on campus, one can find a unique mix of fashion inspired by global trends. Representing over 100 different countries, many Drexel… Continued