According to a recent article published by Campus Grotto, Drexel is the eighth-most expensive university in America, trailing behind New York University, Columbia University and Dartmouth College. The article, which was published Oct. 4, factored things like tuition, fees, and room and board into the calculations of the 100 most expensive colleges in the country. [...]
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Students and administrators gathered Oct. 3 in the Intercultural Center for “#SHAFTED,” an event centered around discussion about Drexel’s campus community and students’ involvement with University decisions. A flyer used to advertise the event read, “Tired of seeing your friends leave Drexel? Sick of unpaid CO-OPS and tuition increases? Want a real say in how [...]
Bloomberg.com, which describes itself as “a premier site for business and financial market news,” published a story April 24 with the ominous title “Colleges Confuse Students with Letters Offering Aid That’s Debt.” And as soon as you read the first paragraph, you realize it’s partially about Drexel. Zach Romano, a high school senior, is mentioned [...]
Dear Editor, Everyone among the student body has noticed the recent rash of construction and incoming students. Not to mention everyone has been complaining about it. Would you guess that the two are related more closely than one might think? The construction projects going on right now are capital intensive, like any other project, [...]
Dear Editor, We, the student body of Drexel University, have suffered too long under the weight of massive tuition on our shoulders. Something needs to be done. The amount of debt we incur at Drexel over our four plus years here is estimated to be three times that of students at other schools. Is [...]
Dear Drexel, “Look to your left and look to your right,” I was told during my freshman orientation at Drexel’s engineering school. “Only one of you will graduate,” Dominic Di Bucci, an alumnus here at Drexel University, said. Drexel has always had a low graduation rate, but is it fair to students? In more [...]
College blog Campus Grotto released an article Dec. 6 that named Drexel University the most expensive college in the country by net price for the 2011-2012 school year. The article, titled “A Look at Expensive Schools and their Net Price,” aimed to make a distinction between a university’s “sticker price” and the amount that students [...]
Blaise Tobia I am neither a professor of economics nor of history, as are the two faculty members who often publish commentaries in The Triangle. But then, economics is not an exact science, and history is strongly contested territory. I write as a citizen who has experienced a changing U.S. society over the past [...]
Roberto Salome If there is one thing that college has taught me, it is that the grades you receive in a class are not always proportional to the amount of material you have learned. In many cases, the amount of time and effort that one puts into a course has no effect on the final [...]
CNNMoney.com recently ranked Drexel University as one of the top 10 least affordable colleges, based on information obtained from a college cost database launched by the U.S. Department of Education. The Department of Education unveiled its new College Affordability and Transparency Center June 30 with the intention of informing students and their families about the [...]
In the four to five years students spend at Drexel, there are a plethora of faces that come and go. With 10-week terms and year-round schooling, Drexel is not for everyone. For this reason, some students in the Drexel community are under the impression that many of their peers do not make it through the [...]
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