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Happy Birthday Wawa!
by Rachel Croke
On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, Wawa celebrated its 50th Anniversary. Anyone that grew up on the [...]

Z’s Get Degrees
by Maile Beal
Working in a coffee shop between two college campuses, I see my fair share of sleep-deprived [...]

Dragoncard needed
by Alexa Josaphouitch
Here’s a fun fact: I’m a commuter. Since I don’t live on campus, I rarely have [...]

Accepted
by Jen Jolles
It is springtime at Drexel again, and everyone knows what that means: accepted students day tours. [...]

Paint the Town Red
by Rachel Croke
As spring begins and color seeps its way back into the days, Drexel seems to have [...]

The Four Blood Moons
by Maile Beal
Some pretty great science stuff is happening in the skies above the western hemisphere next week. [...]

Five-Term Burn
by Maggie Leoffler
Spring Term is here for the senior class here at Drexel, and many are excitedly diving [...]

Co-op blues
by Alexa Josaphouitch
Last week was my first official week back at school! That’s right, I am one of [...]

A room with a view
by Jen Jolles
As an English major, Peer Reader at the Drexel Writing Center, and a DPG/PBQ intern, I [...]

So long to sweater weather
by Maile Beal
As the Endless Winter finally comes to a close, people across campus are locking up their [...]

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As a child, I was first introduced to the genre of science fiction by Steven Spielberg’s E.T. By the end of the movie, my eyes were sparkling with tears when the squat space man’s ship climbed higher into the night sky Read more

A Google search for “most useless college degree” yields approximately 1,980,000 results, consisting mostly of lists and photographic slideshows from a variety of news sites like Forbes, Today, The Daily Beast, and more. Read more



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143 Characters Can Change Everything
by Rachel Croke
Ten years ago, if you told me that a platform called Twitter would emerge that would [...]

Perturbed by Pulitzer
by Alexa Josaphouitch
A couple weeks ago, I wrote about my challenging journey to finish The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. [...]

The Hemingway myth
by Jen Jolles
My seminar class is reading Ulysses. I’ll give pause to allow for the types of moans [...]

“I enjoyed watching you”
by Maile Beal
Last week I was at work emptying the tip jar after closing time. Buried in the [...]

Spoiled by speculation: how reviewers and recappers ruin TV for Internet nerds like me
by Maggie Leoffler
I have a long list of dream jobs. Some of them are not particularly suited to [...]

Are you really loling?
by Rachel Croke
We live in a world where things are always changing. Technology is advancing faster than ever [...]

Opposite of lonely
by Alexa Josaphouitch
The other morning, I was skimming through my Twitter timeline and there was one tweet from Buzzfeed [...]

My beef with Buzzfeed
by Jen Jolles
You can find it everywhere. Hyperlinked in the flood of “news” that inundates every possible social-media [...]

WWOOFing
by Maile Beal
I’m so excited after reading this article, “3 Ways to Act on Your Wanderlust as a [...]

The goldflop
by Alexa Josaphouitch
One day as I was browsing the bookstore on my Kindle, I noticed a recommendation for [...]

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