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Rob Sieczkiewicz

Rob Sieczkiewicz
University Archivist
Hours M-F: 8:30 am-5:30 pm
Hagerty Library, Room L40 215-895-1757


Alexis Antracoli

Alexis Antracoli
Records Management Archivist
Hagerty Library, Room L42 215-895-6472


Anita Lai

Anita Lai
Archives Technician
Hagerty Library, Room L42 215-895-


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Upcoming Events at the Archives!

Mark your calendars! As always there is a lot going on at the Archives.  Drexel University Archives will be hosting several events at the end of September. We hope you will be there!

The Past Personified: a Presidential History of Drexel University

Reception Wednesday September 23rd from 4 to 6 p.m

on the lower level of Hagerty Library.

This exhibition, curated by Shaun Kirpatrick, illustrates the University's past leaders with images and documents from the Drexel Archives’ collections. The event is open to all and includes complimentary homemade refreshments.

Pirate Party

Arrchives Open House

Friday September 25th from 4 to 6 p.m.

on the lower level of Hagerty Library.

Ahoy Matey!

Arrrr. Welcome new privateers and returning buccaneers! No need to walk the plank and end up in Davy Jones Locker. Come pillage, loot and hunt for treasure at the Arrrchives. Weigh anchor on Friday September 25th from 4 to 6 p.m. Argh! All hands on deck on the lower level of Hagerty Library. There be grub and grog (sorry no rum). Yo-ho-ho. We’ll fly the Jolly Roger and make sure ye all don’t get marooned.

Fair Winds Lads and Lasses!

The Cap’n

Banned Books, Banished Writers and Historic Bonfires: Tales from the Rare Book Collection.

Reception Wednesday September 30th from 4 to 6 p.m

on the lower level of Hagerty Library.

In conjunction with ALA’s Banned Books Week September 26 – October 3rd ! This exhibition, curated by Laurie Rizzo, displays written works that have been cause for conflict at one point in time or another. All the books in the exhibition are from Drexel’s Rare Books Collection.  Materials chronicle 1700 years of banning, banishment and burnings over ideas so controversial that church and state alike sought to prevent their spread.

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