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At Drexel
by Hans Goerner
The end of this term marks my first full year living off campus. There are things [...]

Problems of the Perpetually Forgetful
by Isabella Fidanza
Being a university student gives your brain, in my opinion, some interesting priorities. If you need [...]

In House
by Hans Goerner
When I used to think of a university community, I always thought of students in a [...]

When to Binge Watch
by Sana Karim
How do we choose what and when to start a new series? Social media making things [...]

Why Little Things Matter
by Isabella Fidanza
It’s easy to underestimate the impact simple gestures can have on other people. I have been [...]

Central
by Hans Goerner
It does not seem contentious or incisive to say that Drexel’s bureaucracy could be improved. Most [...]

The Cycle of Procrastination
by Sana Karim
At this point, I think it’s really funny when I hear people use the term “procrastinator” [...]

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It’s a late July evening in Lakewood, New Jersey when the wedding begins. The reception hall—buzzing with dozens of distorted conversations moments before—goes dead silent as the back doors open and the bride marches down the aisle. The only other sound than the rustling of her lacey white dress on the carpet are the hushed murmurings of two middle-aged men standing to the right of the 400 guests....Read more

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



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Everyone Knows Everyone
by Hans Goerner
Many readers of The Hobbit are not particularly fond of Peter Jackson’s recent adaptation because it [...]

The Art of Repetition
by Sana Karim
I feel like, as we get older and collect our own experiences, we have a select [...]

The Point
by Hans Goerner
While discussing Dante’s Inferno today, someone brought up (legitimately) that the final circle of hell did [...]

Grammar on the Loose
by Isabella Fidanza
It’s easy and fun (even stress-relieving for nerds like me) to snigger at bad grammar, never [...]

Business Writing?
by Maggie Heath
Because of my minor, I’m currently in a business class: international business. It’s not my favorite [...]

Cultural Woes (Part Two)
by Sana Karim
One thing I’m a really big stickler for, a huge reason why I want to go [...]

Not Wikipedia
by Hans Goerner
People still use blogs to vent, right? Sorry if that’s tacky nowadays. I’m going to vent [...]

Familiar Stories, Little Read Texts
by Isabella Fidanza
Here are some free goodies for my fellow nerds. Not all of these are exactly “little [...]

Maggie and the Case of the Disappearing NYT
by Maggie Heath
So I have a subscription to the New York Times. I started the subscription last fall, and things [...]

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