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‘It felt like a very American moment:’ How Drexel students lived through the Fourth of July shooting
Gunshots went off at this year’s “Wawa Welcome America festival”—one of the largest free festivals in the country, gathering up to 175,000 people in past…
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‘It’s been devastating:’ Drexel community reacts to reversal of Roe
Roe v. Wade is a 1973 case that made abortion legal on a federal level. On May 3, 2022, a Supreme Court ruling to overturn…
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Drexel undergrad Alaina Zaki wins first place in age group at Philadelphia Women’s Triathlon
Drexel mathematics major Alaina Zaki was the first place winner for her age group at the fifth annual Philadelphia Women’s Triathlon on Sunday, July 10.…
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Triangle Talks with former Drexel Police Chief and VP of Public Safety Eileen Behr
On June 30, Eileen Behr retired from her position as Vice President of Public Safety and Chief of Police at Drexel University. Behr has over…
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