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Congratulations Graduates

Submitted on June 10, 2011 - 9:00AM

Drexel's two-day commencement begins today.

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New blog series: Drexel students write about Innovation

Submitted on March 30, 2011 - 9:00AM

Drexel University Archives is pleased to present the work of ten Drexel students writing about innovation at Drexel.

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The Armory and 'The Dandy First' 103rd Engineer Regiment

Submitted on February 16, 2011 - 9:00AM

This essay is the seventh in the series Drexel students write about Drexel history

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Giving Credit Where Credit is Due: Antoinette Westphal

Submitted on February 9, 2011 - 9:00AM

This essay is the sixth in the series Drexel students write about Drexel history

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James Creese, The Students' Champion

Submitted on February 2, 2011 - 9:00AM

This essay is the fifth in the series Drexel students write about Drexel history.

 

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Women in Sports at Drexel

Submitted on January 26, 2011 - 9:00AM

This essay is the fourth in the series Drexel students write about Drexel history.

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Left in the Dark: The Mystery of the Main Building Chandelier

Submitted on January 12, 2011 - 9:00AM

This essay is the second in the series Drexel students write about Drexel history.

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Veterans' Day exhibition now on display in the Main Building

Submitted on November 9, 2009 - 9:00AM

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.

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New Exhibition in the Creese Student Center and Online!

Submitted on August 18, 2009 - 10:37AM

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.

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Student Life for Women at Drexel During the 1950's

Submitted on April 18, 2008 - 8:00AM

The Sarah van Rensselaer Dormitory was the home of female students at Drexel for many decades. In promotional pamphlets Drexel accentuated the educational and social aspects of college life for female students.

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Winter ScholarSnack Discussion Inspires Next Libraries Event

Submitted on April 3, 2018 - 10:39AM

The 2018 winter ScholarSnack event gathered students, faculty and staff from several different colleges and departments in the Dragons’ Learning Den to answer the question, “What inspires your quest for life-long learning?

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Inspiring the Next Generation of Librarians: A Q/A with Jesse Webster, Drexel Libraries Employee & MLIS Student

Submitted on April 2, 2018 - 10:26AM

This month, Stacy Stanislaw spoke with Jesse Webster, Specialist I for Online Resources Support, to learn more about his personal journey from undergraduate library student worker to full-time Libraries employee and graduate student.

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Student Designs to Inspire Learning at the Library Learning Terrace

Submitted on November 23, 2011 - 9:57AM

[caption id='attachment_652' align='alignleft' width='255' caption='Students in Typography I review projects'][/caption] 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. 'It was important to integrate the University's learning outcomes in this project,' Dean of Libraries, Danuta A. Nitecki said. 'The Library Learning Terrace is a space that should inspire students to take ownership of their environments to become lifelong learners through many different learning activities.' The Libraries suggested terms for students to use in their designs. These terms included Drexel University's learning outcomes as well as unique words used to describe the Libraries. Announcement of the winning submissions will be made in January. For more information, please contact Jenny James Lee at 215-571-4095. View more images from this project online on the Libraries' Flickr Page.

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Libraries welcome New Students

Submitted on July 18, 2011 - 7:23PM

[caption id='attachment_226' align='alignleft' width='314' caption='Libraries' staff member Eleanor Goldberg addresses new students at Orientation'][/caption] The Drexel campus is flooded with new faces this summer, as new students and their parents attend orientation sessions. Weekly, on Monday and Thursday, these eager young students attend the Libraries orientation sessions, where they participate in an interactive and informative presentation, with prizes, about the Libraries. To date, 17 Libraries staff members have hosted seven orientation sessions, welcoming hundreds of new students to the Library Learning Terrace. Article and photo by: Jenny James Lee

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3/29/11 - Electronic Resources Fair

Submitted on February 12, 2011 - 3:15PM

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.

Tuesday, March 29th 10 AM - 2 PM W. W. Hagerty Library Atrium

...and did we mention you could win an iPad just for stopping by? Courtesy of Thomson Reuters.

 

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