Apr. 11, 2014
Former Gov. urges nationwide move to clean energy
Photo Credit: Miranda ShroyerCollege of Engineering Dean Joseph Hughes and former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter hosted an event April 8 in the Bossone Research Center to discuss the United States’s transition to a clean-energy economy. Around 100 students, professors and local politicians assembled to listen to Ritter speak about clean-energy policy, followed by a question and answer segment.
Sep. 27, 2013
Vanilla Porter highlights sweet and savory flavors
You might say that Breckenridge Brewery started out of necessity. Originally from the East Coast, founder Richard Squire began his career, oddly enough, in the garment industry. He was skilled in the industry, having successfully developed a line of outdoor clothing in a young market. However, the call of the mountains eventually took hold. Squire decided to sell everything and move to the Rockies to become a ski bum.
Sep. 27, 2013
W. soccer splits results in visit to Colorado
Junior Melissa Chapman pushes the ball up the field during Drexel’s 3-0 loss to Liberty University. Chapman has recorded one assist this season, which happened to be the first of her career. Last season, the defender scored four goals and was named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association First Team.A season of inconsistency continued for the women’s soccer team, as Drexel split two games in Colorado. The team fell to Colorado College 3-0 Sept. 20 before rebounding to blank the United States Air Force Academy 1-0 Sept. 22.
Sep. 20, 2013
Inconsistency plagues w. soccer in first month
Senior Christine Stevenson dishes the ball to sophomore Civanni Moss during Drexel’s 3-0 loss to Liberty University Sept. 6 at Vidas Field. Moss leads the Dragons with two assists so far this season.It has been a rocky start to the season for the Drexel women’s soccer team. In games littered with inconsistency, the team has split the first third of its schedule as evenly as possible, opening 3-3-1.
Nov. 16, 2012
Wash. and Colo. legalize marijuana
On Nov. 6, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize marijuana across the board for both medical and recreational use without a prescription. It’s not decriminalization; it’s complete legalization.
Aug. 31, 2012