Apr. 10, 2015
The double standard of terrorism
On Jan. 11, 2015, millions of people, including an array of world leaders such as British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy marched through Paris in show of solidarity against terrorism and in support of freedom of speech. In response to the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine, in which 12 people were murdered, it was an opportunity for the world to come together, and show unity even in the aftermath of terror and grief.
Feb. 6, 2015
Chimpanzee subspecies found to be more genetically diverse than previously thought
A team of Drexel University scientists at the department of biology’s Gonder Lab has discovered more genetic diversity within a chimpanzee subspecies from Central Africa than previously thought to exist.
Jan. 16, 2015
Think twice before clicking
When we turn on the TV to watch the news or pick up a newspaper, we know that we’re not going to learn about every event that happened that day but we’ll get the highlights. But what if every news station and newspaper only covered the highlights? This is the question that we as a newspaper are struggling with, and you as a consumer should be concerned with.
Feb. 22, 2013
International Student Style
With fashion capitals ranging from London to Sao Paulo, Brazil, it is clear that American fashion is influenced by styles from around the world. Even just from walking around on campus, one can find a unique mix of fashion inspired by global trends. Representing over 100 different countries, many Drexel students use style to reflect their diverse cultures.