Articles by Maggie Fedorocsko
Apr. 21, 2017
Dropping the bomb on Trump’s foreign policy
According to whitehouse.gov, President Donald Trump claims that “peace through strength” will be the premise of his U.S. foreign policy and that this will lead to a “more peaceful world with less conflict and more common ground.”
Mar. 17, 2017
Drexel game team qualifies for finals
Sole, a mobile game produced by Drexel University students, recently qualified as one of 150 finalists for the 2016 International Mobile Gaming Awards. The game was one of 3,000 total entries and was up against world-renowned mobile games such as Pokemon Go.
Mar. 3, 2017
‘Fifty Shades Darker’ thrusts deeper into characters, plot
“Fifty Shades Darker” made up for its predecessor’s lackluster plot with expanded character development and unforeseen twists.
Feb. 10, 2017
Fuel opens beneath Chestnut Square
Fuel, Drexel’s newest street-level dining option, held its grand opening Jan. 30 at 3200 Chestnut St.
Dec. 2, 2016
Holiday cheer in the heart of the city
Philadelphia’s annual Christmas Village opened Nov. 24, and once again Philadelphians can get in the holiday spirit through exploring the German culinary offerings, handcrafted gifts, ice-skating and light displays at City Hall.
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.
Oct. 28, 2016
Drexel radio station named No. 1
WKDU Philadelphia 91.7FM, Drexel’s free-format non-commercial radio station, was ranked No. 1 in Value Colleges’ list of “Top 10 College Campus Radio Stations”, adding to the organization’s growing list of honors.
Aug. 19, 2016
Looks like Chestnut (is) Square
Glued to a swivel chair, I vigorously flipped through stacks of papers hammering out scribbles that faintly resembled my name wherever an “x” lied, barely even glancing at the fine print. A quick glimpse at my friends revealed they were facing a similar stress and I watched as they furiously tackled the endless documents. Clenching my jaw, I anxiously tapped my feet against the legs of the table. The utterance of a half-hearted, “Sorry to rush you girls, but there’s only one room left” interrupted the tension in the air.
Jul. 9, 2016
Holidays: mind over materialism
Leaning against my register, I watched customers scurry throughout the store violently tossing items into their shopping carts. As their carts filled with useless products, I was filled with disgust.
May. 13, 2016
One man’s trash is another man’s dinner
Exiting the dreaded dining hall, you nonchalantly toss a half-eaten slice of pizza and your untouched salad into a trashcan overflowing with uneaten food. On your way to class, you meet a breakfast sandwich with only a single bite out of it lying on the sidewalk. At work, you watch co-workers negligently throw away the unused food at the end of the night, even though it’s still suitable for consumption.