Articles by Ann Haftl
Mar. 10, 2017
Philly Chef Conference brings food, flavor to campus
The 2017 Philly Chef Conference brought chefs, hospitality experts and restaurant professionals from all over the country to the Drexel University campus March 5 and 6.
Jan. 27, 2017
The policy that should have been forgotten
The afternoon of Jan 23, I was sitting in class.
Nov. 18, 2016
Close School hosts Startup Day for student entrepreneurs
Student and professional entrepreneurs from across the U.S. gathered Nov. 11 in Behrakis Grand Hall for competition and networking at Drexel University’s Startup Day.
Nov. 11, 2016
University Crossings, an American Campus Communities property, is located at 3175 John F. Kennedy Blvd. Most Drexel students could pick out the building from halfway across the city; at 17 stories high, the building’s giant “Drexel” logo at the top is an iconic member of our campus skyline.
Nov. 5, 2016
EAT Cafe brings affordable dining
EAT Cafe opened its doors as a full-service, pay-what-you-wish restaurant Oct. 26, at an 11 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony.
Oct. 21, 2016
Gender neutral housing available for all students
Following the Supreme Court’s decision that established a constitutional right to same-sex marriage June 26, 2016, the country has moved towards policies that esteem equality for the LGBT community — and Drexel University isn’t far behind.
Sep. 23, 2016
Sep. 9, 2016
A year in the life at Drexel University: Everything you missed in 2015-2016
Drexel University is an extremely fast-paced college, and that’s not limited to the quarter system. Over the last year alone, Drexel’s campus and administrative policies have grown and changed drastically. Just to give the incoming freshmen class an idea of what’s new, The Triangle has compiled a list of some of the things you missed last year while you were rotting away in the confines of high school.
Sep. 9, 2016
People joke about being a broke college student all the time, and while it seems like an over-exaggeration (how many millennials are living wonderful lives off their parents’ Amex cards?), it’s easy to feel penniless at college. Especially when eating delivery from GrubHub for weeks at a time during midterms. Below are some tools and tips you can use to save money while still living it up at college. Trust us: your parents and your wallet, will thank you.
Aug. 19, 2016
Pay-what-you-wish EAT Cafe to open in September
EAT (Everyone At the Table) Cafe, located at 3820 Lancaster Avenue, will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to honor its opening as a non-profit organization and restaurant 11 a.m. Sept. 14. It will be the first pay-what-you-wish style restaurant to service Philadelphia.