Barack Obama was re-elected Nov. 6 for his second term as president of the United States. Obama won over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with 50 percent of the popular vote and 303 electoral votes; 270 electoral votes are needed to win a presidential election. Republicans maintained their majority in the House of Representatives with […]
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Ninety Millennium Hall residents have been displaced from their housing due to a small lighting fixture fire that occurred May 1 in one of the bathrooms on the ninth floor of the building. The resulting sprinkler activation damaged three floors of the freshman residence hall, making them unfit to inhabit. A Drexel advisory text message […]
Iden Kurtaliaj Like many American universities, Drexel uses a Blackboard system for online learning management. However, it is questioned how effectively the tools provided by Blackboard are used by Drexel students. Drexel faculty and students often express frustration about their daily use of Bb Vista. The most common problems they are faced with every […]
Beginning April 16, 30 Drexel students spent three days participating in Two Dollar a Day, an initiative organized by weServe, a program that works to generate awareness about poverty locally and internationally through such events. The students built a large cardboard structure on the field next to Lancaster Walk off of 33rd Street. This structure […]
Dear Editor, The Feb. 3 edition of The Triangle contained two articles, one lamenting the decline in term-paper assignments and the consequent deficit in student intellectual skills, and the other noting the rise in Internet-abetted plagiarism. May I submit that these two issues are not unrelated? I have come to look first in the […]
The creation of the Erica M. Halpern Teacher Leadership Award was announced Nov. 28 at Halpern’s memorial service in Behrakis Grand Hall. The award will be given out annually at the Drexel Goodwin School of Education Honors Day to a teacher candidate who emulates the attributes that Halpern exhibited in her community service program, according […]
Students from Philadelphia’s Imhotep Institute Charter High School visited Drexel’s Clinical Simulation Center Nov. 14 to experience hands-on learning in the medical field. Students in grades 10 through 12 were able to learn medical terminology and familiarize themselves with various pieces of equipment used in a hospital. They also visited stations where they collected vital […]
If the United States doesn’t open itself up to international travel, its economy and hotel businesses will suffer, Marriott president and managing director of international lodging Ed Fuller said Nov. 11 during a speech in the Mitchell Auditorium at the Bossone Research Enterprise Center. . The event, hosted by Radesh Palakurthi, Drexel professor and director […]
College seniors and recent graduates are grappling, at Drexel and across the nation, with abysmal economic prospects as the youth unemployment rate soars and job creation remains stagnant. The Steinbright Career Development Center has introduced and maintained Dragon Jobs, a website to aid seniors and recent graduates in their job search, since September 2010. While […]
Greetings from the President, To the returning members of our Drexel community, and to the new members who have joined us, I extend my best wishes for the upcoming academic year. Our students, faculty and professional staff are the lifeblood of the University, and the reason for our great success. Each year, our campuses are […]
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