Features

  • Yaba Blay, PhD
    Features

    Let’s Talk About Race

    Yaba Blay, PhD, isn’t afraid to talk about race or racism. Instead of setting you at ease, indulging you with a conversation about our “post-racial” society, Blay discusses ...

    On November 19, 2013
  • Douglas Stafford Fire Dancer
    Features

    Man of Many Illusions

    Philosophy student Douglas Stafford is anything but predictable. His business card reads “entertainer” and his act—“Cirque D’Penombra”—is described as the “twilight between fine art and entertainment.” ...

    On November 19, 2013
  • Rose Corrigan, PhD
    Features

    With Struggle Comes Strength

    It’s been nearly two decades since Rose Corrigan’s first day as a rape care advocate, but it’s a moment she still pulls threads of inspiration from today. ...

    On November 19, 2013

Quad

Quad

Say Hello to Kelly Joyce

Kelly Joyce, PhD, was lured to Drexel in the fall of 2012 to help build the master’s program in science, technology and society (STS). Instead, she went above ...

On November 19, 2013

Neighborhood

  • Professor Cyndi Reed Rickards Teaching in a New Kind of Classroom
    Neighborhood

    A New Kind of Classroom

    From day one, Drexel has stood apart from the aloof, “ivory towers” of higher education. Inaugural president James MacAlister believed that one’s self-worth was integrally connected to the ...

    On November 18, 2013
  • Beer glass
    Neighborhood

    Craft-ing Means Caring

    Since the 1600s, Philadelphia has been a haven for beer drinkers, brewers and connoisseurs. What’s that oft-misquoted phrase from Mr. B. Franklin? “Beer is proof that God loves ...

    On November 18, 2013
  • Pinups For Pitbulls Calendar
    Neighborhood

    Pinups for Pitbulls

    Drexel grad Deirdre Franklin is giving pit bulls a better name through her non-profit Pinups for Pitbulls. Founded in 2005, the pooch-friendly 501(c)(3) fights pit bull stereotypes ...

    On November 17, 2013

Globe

Globe

Focused

In the photograph Jennifer Siew holds, a small child with dark curls gazes up at a young man in a gray, university sweatshirt. He is more than twice ...

On November 18, 2013

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To Russia With Big Plans

On November 18, 2013

Medals From Mongolia

On November 17, 2013

Primates on the Big Screen

On November 17, 2013

Fun

Fun

#CoASDayintheLife

This spring, we asked you to share the moments that define your day in our CoAS Day-in-the-Life Instagram Challenge. From study breaks to study abroads, selfies to sunsets, ...

On November 18, 2013

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By The Numbers

On November 17, 2013

Six Degrees of George Ciccariello-Maher

On November 17, 2013

To Connect or Disconnect?

On November 16, 2013

GRAD LIB with Ira Taffer, PhD, ’79, ’83

On November 16, 2013

ImPRESSions

On November 16, 2013