Academy Of Natural Sciences Puts Early Presidents' Hair On DisplayDonald Trump's gravity-defying hair has generated plenty of attention, but have you seen George Washington's?
Former Drexel Cop Facing Theft Charges Turns Himself InA Drexel University police officer turned himself into authorities today after allegedly taking evidence from an investigation in January 2015.
Drexel's Crawford Rides Dramatic Performance Into U.S. OpenThis year the field will include Drexel University's Chris Crawford who showed quite the flair for the dramatic in qualifying for the tourney.
Drexel University Hosts All-Girls Chess TournamentGirls in kindergarten all the way up to high school were at Drexel University to play a game they love: Chess.
A 'Video Game' For The Blind: Drexel Students Bring Paralympic Sport To The ScreenA fixture of the Paralympics is heading to the computer screen, thanks to Drexel University students: it's a first-of-its-kind 'video game' that favors sound over sight.
Family Urges Suspect To Come Forward After Deadly Hit And RunThe family of a slain bicyclist makes plea for help, urging hit and run suspect to come forward.
Schuylkill Yards: Innovation With InclusionDrexel University Announces 20-year Plan to Create Innovation Neighborhood in University City
New Restaurant Lets Customers Pay-What-You-Can In An Effort To Build CommunityIn a city where many residents seem to be overwhelmed by the expansion of universities into their neighborhoods, one school is working on a new project that aims to bring the community together.
Drexel Hosts Workshop For Therapeutic Video GamesVideo games with a purpose. Researchers gather at Drexel University to compare notes on how video games are being used in health care.
Drexel University Medical Students Complete Residencies As Part Of "Match Day"Medical students could breathe a sigh of relief Friday as many around the country learned where they'll be completing their residencies as part of "Match Day."
Local Students Whip Up Traditional Recipes Using New IngredientsStudents at Drexel University Food lab are whipping up new ways to use a nutritious powder, or a flour made from vegetable pieces that were discarded. The veggies scraps are dried and grounded into a blend that can be used as a vegetable supplement.
Drexel University's Autism Institute Receives $3.5 Million Grant For New ProgramsA $3.5 million donation was given to the department.