Jul. 10, 2015
An open letter to Jerry Seinfeld
Hi Jerry (can I call you Jerry?),
Mar. 6, 2015
Feb. 27, 2015
Feb. 27 Political Cartoon
Photo Courtesy Sage Magee
Feb. 20, 2015
Feb. 13, 2015
Dec. 4, 2014
Student calls for protest of Fry’s master plan
Our University prides itself on its enterprising spirit and cyclical campus expansion in an effort to make a greater name for itself. This is so characteristic that some joke said that Drexel is the nation’s oldest up-and-coming university.
Oct. 24, 2014
Bourse Theater shows classic interactive film
While I personally cannot be so wonderfully described as a “sweet transvestite from transsexual Transylvania,” I sure wouldn’t mind. Oct. 17 marked the first of three midnight showings of the cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Ritz at the Bourse theater in Old City.
May. 23, 2014
Art Deco in Philadelphia
When one thinks of cities with iconic American Art Deco architecture, New York and Los Angeles dominate. The Empire State Building is, of course, our most famous Art Deco structure. However, New York and Los Angeles are not the exclusive homes of American Art Deco architecture. Philadelphia has its own Art Deco gems too.
May. 8, 2014
Evo lacks style, grace
When taking on the daunting task of quantifying what makes something beautiful, symmetry is the crown jewel. Symmetry expresses an air of purpose and thoughtfulness. However, bold asymmetry can also be a striking artistic device. Marilyn Monroe and her iconic beauty mark, Picasso’s “Portrait of Dora Maar Seated,” and Beijing’s China Central Television building all possess an “off-balance” element that is so audacious and yet so pleasing that an onlooker cannot help but be drawn in.