Signs of life are everywhere on Drexel’s campus as Fall session is just about to get started and with a warning from campus police.
Female engineers, coders, and other tech heavyweights have joined a Twitter campaign to break down stereotypes about what engineers should look like.
“Sexting” is usually associated with teens, but a new Drexel University study finds a lot of adults are hitting “send,” as well.
Google announced it will let victims of revenge porn, usually women whose unauthorized naked pictures may have been posted online by an ex, ask for the removal of certain web pages from it’s search results.
The mental health screening is anonymous. You walk up to the kiosk, and there are a bunch of yes-or-no questions on various topics including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Drexel University wants students to be pro-active about their mental health and has found a way to gauge the mood of the student body which this week is taking on the added pressure of finals.
Anthony Elonis used Facebook to make a series of violence-laced posts criticizing his wife and others. But he claimed his rants did not amount to “true threats.”
Twenty-nine-year-old Christopher Granger was taken into custody after he was sentenced in Detroit federal court.
Drexel researchers and students are part of the team advising the feds on what to do about unmanned aircraft.
The science of gross things is explored at a new exhibit opening today at a Philadelphia museum.
“The energy intensity of this — I mean, trains jackknifed — something incredible, almost like a big bang, occurred there,” notes Dr. Joseph Martin, a professor of civil engineering at Drexel University.
Supporters say the concept, nicknamed “Yes Means Yes,” will allow a sex assault case to move forward even if the alleged victim didn’t explicity say “no.”
Drexel University is apologizing to hundreds of applicants who were denied admission but then mistakenly received follow-up emails congratulating them on getting in.
At the tenth annual Greater Philadelphia Sea Perch Challenge, hundreds of spectators in the bleachers were cheering on their favorite competitors as they maneuvered their robots through obstacle courses and a simulated recovery mission.
“It’s a stepping stone for people who are experiencing some isolation ,who are experiencing hardship.” said Rachel Ehrgood art coordinator for Project Home.