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Drexel Team Hoping To Design Transportation Of The Future Selected As Finalist In Weekend CompetitionJudges at Texas A&M picked Drexel and 21 other teams to move on from the crowd of more than 100 competitors.
New Tarantula Exhibit Opens This Week In PhiladelphiaThe show opens Saturday and runs through May.
Drexel Students Vie To Design Transportation Of The FutureImagine traveling hundreds of miles in a fraction of the time and money it takes to get from here to there by plane or train. That's the idea behind Hyperloop, in which you're whisked between cities in a low-pressure tube.
Drexel Launches Program Aimed At Matching Philadelphia Residents With Essential ServicesDrexel University has launched an initiative that connects Philadelphia residents with essential social services.
Therapy Dogs Visit Drexel University Students To Ease Stress Of Final ExamsA group of therapy dogs and their owners were invited to Drexel University today to help lower the stress levels of students finishing projects and studying for exams.
Drexel University Revokes Bill Cosby’s Honorary DegreeThe letter was written by Drexel University President John A. Fry.
Police Charge 14 Year-Old Boy In 15 Robberies Near Drexel UniversityFor a month, police were stumped. Detectives had very little evidence to work with as the incidents piled up.
New Exhibit At Drexel University Showcases Fashion Through The CenturiesThe exhibit is called "Immortal Beauty" and is on display from October 2 through December 12.
Drexel University's School Of Public Health Receives $45M GiftThe school hopes the donation will have long lasting impacts in the world of public health.
Drexel Students Return To Campus With Warning Regarding Campus TheftsSigns of life are everywhere on Drexel's campus as Fall session is just about to get started and with a warning from campus police.
Software Company's Effort To Recruit Women, Minorities Sparks Unexpected Reaction On Social MediaFemale engineers, coders, and other tech heavyweights have joined a Twitter campaign to break down stereotypes about what engineers should look like.
Drexel Researchers Find "Sexting" Common Practice Among Adults"Sexting" is usually associated with teens, but a new Drexel University study finds a lot of adults are hitting "send," as well.

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