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Drexel Grad Killed In Germanwings Crash Remembered

By Jan Carabeo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – There were over 150 people on board a Germanwings plane when it went down Tuesday. One of them was a Drexel University graduate. 206 more words


American Victims Identified In France Plane Crash

WASHINGTON (KDKA/AP) – Two Americans presumed to have died in the plane crash in the southern French Alps include a U.S. government contractor and her daughter with ties to Pittsburgh. 468 more words


Awesome News!

For once! I finally have something really positive to say!


Despite the previous post about Drexel Sac closing, Tina and everyone worked super hard to get the next class in. 258 more words

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Veteran executive Richelle Parham fueled by passion, career and community

Many of us spend a lifetime on a quest not only to find our passion, but also to use it in a way that touch and improve lives for future generations to come. 855 more words


GAMEDAY: Opening Day against Drexel University

Opening Day is here! The Eagles face off against #18 Drexel University to open the 2015 spring season.  Game one start time is at 11 am, game two is scheduled to start at 2:30 PM.   22 more words

Nanotechnology - 'Nano-Behavior' Changes as the 'Scale' Gets Smaller

To fully understand how nanomaterials behave, one must also understand the atomic-scale deformation mechanisms that determine their structure and, therefore, their strength and function. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, Drexel University, and Georgia Tech have engineered a new way to observe and study these mechanisms and, in doing so, have revealed an interesting phenomenon in a well-known material, tungsten. 689 more words


What A Shame (or not) To Dye So Young!

Did you ever play with tie-dye? Ever notice how your tie-dye often fades over a few years? It was likely because the dyes used for tie-dying are made relatively safe for children, and are much closer to the organic dyes used in the textile industry prior to 1856 then to the modern synthetic dyes used in the textile industry today. 452 more words

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