Recently, the Archives was alerted to the discovery of a time capsule placed underneath Disque Hall at its dedication 47 years ago. Unfortunately, the capsule was discovered inadvertently during the construction of the new Perelman Plaza and was crushed. Water soaked the contents of the capsule, which included copies of the Triangle, the Bulletin (course catalog) and the Drexel Technical Journal, pictured below. Fortunately, copies of these items were already preserved in the University Archives.
A recent addition to the Libraries, the Laptop Access 24/7 program offers a great service for students. News of this innovative lending method made headlines across the globe. Read a sampling of some of the articles via the links provided below:
- The Chronicle of Higher Education - Drexel U.
Drexel University's student Newspaper The Triangle recaps the Libraries' January 17th Typography Reception, announcing the five students whose designs were selected. Click here to view the article.
Drexel University's student newspaper, The Triangle, recaps the Typography project bringing together sophomore typography students and the Libraries. View the article online at thetriangle.org.
As reported on the Drexel Libraries Twitter page Sept.
The first National Coming Out Day was organized by the Human Rights Campaign on October 11, 1988.