Nick Johnson scored 20 points and freshman Aaron Gordon had 10 points and 13 rebounds and No. 4 Arizona rallied from a terrible first half to beat Drexel 66-62 on Wednesday night in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off.
The Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center has a temporary exhibit showing the “water footprint” of a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
Tavon Allen scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half to lead Drexel to a 70-59 win over Rutgers in an NIT Season Tip-Off North Regional quarterfinal game Tuesday night.
It’s an old-school title from the ’70s that has just set a Guinness world record thanks to a Drexel University professor and a University City skyscraper.
At Drexel University, an exhibit created by 10 artists reveals how healing from combat doesn’t have to be solitary journey.
“DanceAfrica is about so much more than wonderful dancing,” says Theresa Shockley, executive director of the Community Education Center in West Philadelphia.
The School District of Philadelphia is hoping to have a web page listing its surplus properties for sale up and running by noon Thursday.
The federal stimulus package that increased funding for food stamps since the financial collapse in 2009, expired Friday. But Pennsylvania U-S Senator Bob Casey is pushing to extend the increased funding levels for another year.
Drexel University held a ceremonial groundbreaking Friday for a high-rise, mixed-use development at Lancaster Avenue and 34th Street.
In spite of the historic outrage over the issue, people are still wearing blackface as part of their Halloween costume.
Drexel University’s student produced TV sitcom gets a special airing on a Philadelphia commercial television station this weekend.
A North Philadelphia public health center is celebrating works of art created by more than two dozen patients at the facility.
Drexel is pulling its online division closer to the rest of the university with the hiring of Susan Aldridge.
They’re not your old animatronics from ten years ago,” says Jennifer Sontchi, exhibit director at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. “They look like real animals.”
Gerri C. LeBow Hall, at 32nd and Market Streets in University City, is the new home of Drexel’s LeBow College of Business.