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2am
by Hans Goerner
I recently remained at the Library until closing time (2am) to study for some exams. By [...]

Moping About MacAlister
by Sana Karim
About 75% of my time this term has been spent in MacAlister Hall. Of course, this [...]

Construction Worker Wakeup
by Maggie Heath
I live in University Crossings (only for another six weeks, thank goodness). During my time in [...]

Awareness
by Isabella Fidanza
I’m not a poet. Don’t expect any pearls of wisdom (or form execution, for that matter)… [...]

Term Master Schedules and the “Future”
by Sana Karim
Like the majority of my peers, I felt a rush of excitement and relief when the [...]

Once Upon a Time…
by Isabella Fidanza
Have you ever stopped to take another look at the Paul Peck Alumni Center? If you [...]

The International
by Hans Goerner
This week I have been celebrating a long-awaited sporting event with many of my friends at [...]

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Last year, I was just a lonely freshman wondering what the hell I was doing at Drexel. I lived with my parents in South Philadelphia, I was working at Five Below on Columbus Boulevard, I could only sign up for Gen Ed classes...Read more

Last week felt like the longest week on record in the last several months. It was the type of week that dragged on forever: Monday was a bear and it just got worse as the days wore on...Read more

I had just finished a meeting with my future co-op employers at City Hall and I decided to take a walk through Center City. At the intersection between 13th and Market Street, I gazed upward and...Read more



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That Pile of Notebooks
by Sana Karim
Perhaps in one of the most cliche of cliches of being a writer, I love notebooks. [...]

King Arthur
by Hans Goerner
It is difficult to pin down exactly what makes “old” literature so valuable. There are a [...]

Class Reading: from Irrelevant to Interesting
by Isabella Fidanza
Does this experience sound familiar? You’re working your way through a story required for class reading [...]

Water You Saying?
by Maggie Heath
Tonight, at a Phillies game (my first!), a girl approached me and asked if the food [...]

Pallas Athena
by Hans Goerner
I recently finished The Odyssey in one of my courses and was surprised (along with many [...]

Defining the “Salty Aftertaste”
by Isabella Fidanza
I came across something pretty amusing on the back of a tube of toothpaste this weekend; [...]

The Sound of Silence
by Sana Karim
Growing up, my favorite method of doing my homework was sitting at the kitchen table, television [...]

Unwritten
by Hans Goerner
The end of Spring Term coincided with the Summer Steam Sale. For anyone unfamiliar, Steam is [...]

Fancy Print Editions: Gimmick or Grandiose?
by Isabella Fidanza
If you’ve browsed through Barnes & Noble within the past few years, you know that physical [...]

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