You can learn about physics while on a trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art thanks to a free new app developed by a Drexel University professor.
Hundreds of Tetris fans plan to gather in Philadelphia for a skyscraper-sized version of the classic video game.
A few dozen people were the stars of the video. One was Jonathan Jernigan, Cathedral Kitchen’s executive chef and culinary instructor.
A Drexel University student who died of meningitis last week had the same strain of bacteria that caused an outbreak at Princeton University, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said Tuesday.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, “PTSD,” is a malady commonly associated with war veterans. But children living in Philadelphia’s most violent neighborhoods are showing signs of it, too.
The bottom line here though is there is nothing for the general public to be worried about, except the normal precautions we would all take.
The world’s largest video game “screen” is coming back. It’s actually the facade of the Cira Centre, next to 30th Street Station, where the Guinness record was set last year with ‘Pong.’
Authorities say the death of a student at a Drexel sorority house is being investigated as a suspected case of meningitis.
Scott Eatherton scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as fifth-seeded Northeastern beat fourth-seeded Drexel 90-81 on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament.
Counselors at Drexel’s medical school walked applicants through the process of signing up at the healthcare.gov web site.
The Academy of Natural Sciences has launched an effort to make museum visits more welcoming to children with autism.
According to officials, the money will go to help the University City District find students from West Philadelphia to participate in a certificate program to become a physician’s assistant.
The school district says it will gross $35 million and net $25 million from the sales.
Frantz Massenat scored 16 of his 24 points in the second half to lead Drexel past College of Charleston 56-45 on Wednesday night.
A local university is helping wage the war against cyberattacks on our nation’s infrastructure, as well as on criminals who take aim at your personal information.