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One side of Drexel Research Day set up on the basketball court in the Daskalakis Athletic Center.

Campus & Community

Research Day 2015 Highlights Impactful Student Projects

Drexel’s annual Research Day brought together 240 of the top research projects at the University to show how students hope to impact the world around them.
André Carrington, PhD, assistant professor of English at Drexel, helped organize an international conference on LGBT comics and the people who create them. Graphic by Bill Ezell.

Arts & Entertainment - Society & Culture

Drexel Professor Behind International LGBT Comics Conference

A Drexel professor has helped organize a conference recognizing and celebrating the work of the LGBT comics community.
The men's varsity eight team celebrating at last year's Dad Vail Regatta.

Sports

A Three-Peat for Drexel at the Dad Vail Regatta?

Can Drexel’s rowers replicate their magic on rowing’s biggest stage for yet another year?
Rendering of glass facade of Korman Center

Campus & Community

Drexel To Renovate Korman Center and Create New Campus Green With $8 Million Gift

Located at the heart of Drexel University’s campus, the Korman Center has been a University landmark for decades. With a generous commitment of $8 million from the Hyman Korman Family Foundation the 1958 building will soon get a complete makeover. After matching the Foundation’s gift with another $8 million, Drexel will proceed with plans to expand and repurpose much of the building as well as create the classic campus green in the open space—a popular student hangout known as the “Quad”—in front of and around the Korman Center.

Salvatore Ferragamo, circa 1955, purchased by FHCC. Photo by Michael Shepherd.

Arts & Entertainment

Go “Behind the Seams” of Drexel’s Upcoming Historic Costume Exhibition

On Saturday, May 9, Clare Sauro, curator of the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection in Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, will give guests an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to bring an empty gallery to life with historic fashion treasures. At the spring “Style Saturday” event, entitled “Behind the Seams: The Making of a Costume Exhibition,” Sauro will discuss all aspects of an exhibit from mounting to mannequins, and why certain objects are chosen to be included over others. Guests also will get a sneak peak at some of the items that will be on display in the Collection’s first large-scale, retrospective exhibition, Immortal Beauty: Highlights from the Robert & Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection, which will be on display in the Leonard Pearlstein Galley (3401 Filbert St.) from Oct. 2 – Dec. 14. The exhibition is sponsored by the Richard C. von Hess Foundation and will be free and open to the public.

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40 Under 40 - 2015

For the third year, check out some of the amazing things the University’s star graduates have been able to do with their Drexel degrees.

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