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Collaborative Exhibit, “truth* at Drexel,” Now on Display in the W. W. Hagerty Library  

April 1, 2024

The Drexel University Libraries and the National Liberty Museum have partnered to host the joint exhibit, truth* at Drexel, which opened on April 1, 2024.  


Created through a collaboration between the Drexel Libraries and the National Liberty Museum (NLM), the exhibit reimagines the NLM’s original truth* exhibition for the Drexel community.  


Guests can view this new interactive exhibit in the W. W. Hagerty Library atrium from Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. The exhibit is free and open to the public.  


truth* at Drexel highlights different ideas, questions, and debates about truth—how it is defined, by whom, and for what purpose—as well as actionable strategies for exploring those concepts.  


All of the activities and information in the exhibit promote self-reflection and shared experiences, inviting visitors to consider how the quest for truth opens our minds to new ideas and perspectives and leads us to a more connected and understanding world. 


Over the coming months, the Libraries and the NLM plan to expand the exhibition to include posters, tabletop activities to stimulate dialog with others, and additional programming and resources that connect the exhibit’s concepts with Drexel’s academic and student events, and local and national conversations.  

About the E

truth* at Drexel was created through a collaboration between the National Liberty Museum and the Drexel University Libraries. The exhibit will be on display in the W. W. Hagerty Library atrium (33rd & Market Streets) from March 29, 2024, through December 2024.   


This exhibit is free and open to the public. Please review our visitor policies before coming to the Library.  

About the National Liberty Museum

Located in Old City Philadelphia, the cradle of American democracy, NLM creates space for nuanced interactions around liberty, helping visitors to build key civic knowledge and skills through meaningful conversations and exploration. For more than two decades, the National Liberty Museum has navigated the most pressing issues of our time, connecting, educating and inspiring people to explore and advance the complex practice of liberty. We invite you to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Instagram.