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Imagine that you, a Drexel student, could give back to your community. Imagine that, even by only giving five dollars, you could make a real difference to someone, maybe far away in a third-world country, or maybe just some homeless person on the street in West Philadelphia.
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Philly's W.C. Lindsay bridges worlds in unexpected ways. The project of 22-year-old singer / rapper / guitarist / beatmaker Will Lindsay, the band got its start four years ago in the Drexel University basement show scene.
Tucked away in back rooms above the dinosaur skeletons and gawking school groups at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University in Philadelphia a series of file cabinets and drawers houses a whole lot of something you can't see.
In a move that surprised even his most cynical critics, Gov. Corbett Wednesday night forestalled an estimated $3 billion in cuts to food stamps in the state over the next 10 years.
Drexel University students will attempt to set a Guinness World Record next month to kick off the 2014 Philadelphia Science Festival .
But that political landscape has changed. As Venezuela commemorates one year without its "Comandante" ChA vez, who altered the course of history in this oil-rich nation, his successor's capacity to sustain the Chavismo movement is facing its toughest challenge yet from opposition street protests.
Sruti, The India Music and Dance Society presents the first Philadelphia-area performance by internationally acclaimed dancer Malavika Sarukkai on April 12. The New York Times hails the "clarity of Ms.
It seems lately everything we have been hearing about fraternities is negative; the hazing incidents or the racist parties.
Pennsylvania Ballet at 50, an exhibition celebrating the Company's 50th Anniversary, will be on view at the Free Library of Philadelphia's Parkway Central Library at 1901 Vine Street, March 5 through March 30. "Pennsylvania Ballet has an incredibly rich history," Artistic Director Roy Kaiser says.
Sometimes playing a guitar with a plectrum isn't enough. Jimi Hendrix used his teeth.
Dr. Daniel Mason, a prominent cardiologist, had a big heart, taking an active interest in each one of his grandchildren's summers on New Jersey's Long Beach Island until his death in 2011 at age 92. But he left behind another kind of legacy for his family, one that set his grandson Andrew Josephson on the path to medical school and, inadvertently, ... (more)
Citizens Bank today awarded the University City District a $50,000 check to fund a professional training skills initiative, with students taking courses at Drexel University.
THERE WERE many news accounts that referred to the latest round of food-stamp reductions out of Washington as only "small cuts."