This project was developed simultaneously by Undergraduate Student Government Association and Information Resources and Technology in association with Apple, Napster and Dell.
University Government and Community Relations Assistant Vice President James Iannerella, a priest no longer active in the ministry, was accused of sexually molesting a 17-year-old Delaware County girl in 1999.
The School of Public Health and the College of Nursing and Health Professions, both housed on the Center City Hahnemann Campus, have switched over to a quarter system this year in order to synchronize courses with the University City Main Campus.
Compensation for each of the University's top officers and directors calculates to well over $200,000 for the fiscal year 2003-04 according to the most recent income tax return filings provided by the Internal Revenue Service. University President Constantine Papadakis is paid $689,980 plus over $110,000 in benefits, for a total compensation of approximately $805,000.
The University administration has invested a great deal of confidence that the newly approved College of Law will produce successful results and become widely popular upon its opening in Aug. 2006. Newly appointed Senior Vice President for the Law Center and University General Counsel Carl Oxholm expresses that the CoL is already structured and planned out.
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With the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Sept. 28 approval for the University to open Greater Philadelphia's first college of law in over 30 years, it is increasingly difficult to avoid discussion in the University community of the law school admissions process.
1. Law teachers begin class with an explanation of the material and what it means. They then offer their views as to what the significance of the case is and how it should have been decided. Finally, they ask for questions. TrueFalse 2. In law school, students study different types of lawyering, such as how to do real-estate closing, how to handle child-custody proceedings, and how to perform mergers and acquisitions.
A new video rental machine was fully operational in the lobby of MacAlister Hall Oct. 3. The machine allows both individual and monthly rental options for DVDs and games.
Jane Bryan, a former University alumnae, was appointed as the new Director of Libraries effective on Sept. 30.
This weekly feature delves into the extensive The Triangle archives to reminisce of days gone by at Drexel University. This is not current news, but rather news articles that students last year, five years and 10 years ago this week read on the front page of The Triangle.
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Drexel news from around campus.
Diana Stow, a senior majoring in elementary teacher education , was chosen as Editor-in-Chief of The Triangle during an election held Sept. 26-30. Stow was selected by 28 Triangle staff members who were eligible to vote in the election. She defeated News Editor Sumeet Patel, a senior majoring in history and political science, by a margin of 18 votes.
Spotlight on Volunteering is a weekly look at opportunities on campus for those looking to make a difference in the Drexel community. Public servants interested in participating in these events should visit http://www.drexel.edu/cce. Any organizations planning a volunteer event should call The Triangle at 215-895-2585, extension 3, or e-mail news@thetriangle.
In memorium of 19-year-old, Andy Hanggi, who passed away in 2004, this car boasts a creative paint job. Hanggi graduated from Lake Forest High School in 2003 and began to attend Delaware Technical Community College Terry Campus for criminal justice.