The Libraries invited sophomore graphic design students in the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design’s Typography I classes, taught by assistant professors Shushi Yoshinaga and Julia Colton, to develop unique designs for Drexel University Libraries’ Library Learning Terrace.
During the fall 2011 term, students worked under tight deadlines to create typographical compositions. Chosen designs will be printed on fabric screens that are part of the Herman Miller furniture currently located at the Learning Terrace, including those on the large stationary hub.
Projects were on display at the Library Learning Terrace between November 28th and December 5th. During that period, members of the campus community were invited to provide feedback on the projects and help select which pieces will be chosen for installation.
Drexel’s two-day commencement begins today. In honor of all the graduates, the Archives presents a new online exhibition, The History of Drexel Commencement. Created by Andrew Beck, an iSchool student and Archives volunteer, the exhibition presents materials from the Archives’ collections that document the ceremony, speakers and locations of this rite of passage.
Visit W.W. Hagerty Library on Tuesday, March 29th to experience the second Annual Electronic Resources fair. Not sure what the Libraries have to offer? This is your chance to learn about all of the resources available to you as a Drexel Student or Faculty member!
While you are learning about these invaluable electronic resources you will enjoy food, giveaways and door prizes.
Next time you're in Main, be sure to step up to the third floor to see the University Archives' newest exhibition, Scholars who Served: a History of Drexel's Veterans.
No matter what your area of the Arts and Sciences you pursue, your bound to explore new horizons.
Summer Days at Drexel! Welcome Prospective College of Nursing & Health, Goodwin College and School of Education Students!
Drexel University has been offering evening programs and courses in nursing and nutrition for over a hundred years.
Please stop by the lobby of the Creese Student Center to see an exhibition titled:
The Enriched Collegiate Experience: Historical Photographs of Student Clubs, Teams, Organizations, and Events.
Drexel has been fostering innovative and creative artistic disciplines since being founded in 1891.
Curtis Hall was completed in 1928. Biomedical Engineering programs began in 1961, and the College of Engineering dates back to Drexel's founding in 1981.
While you can still cruise around the Rush Building, your accounting class will probably look a little different.