A publication of the Department of English & Philosophy at Drexel University

Finals woes
by Ruth Torres
I always thought that when you had an early morning class you would have an afternoon […]

How they’re training us to write
by Isabella Fidanza
I’m picky about what I read online. Scrolling through Business Insider this afternoon reminded me why. […]

Room to read
by Casey Condon
Where do you like to read? I love to read but I hate the act of […]

The Ugly Duckling
by Bhavya Sharma
We all love the tale of the Ugly Duckling. We all love underdogs. They present a […]

Black Friday gem
by Ruth Torres
Usually when people go out for black Friday they’re looking for electronics or clothes. This year, […]

Clever Christmas songs (or the lack thereof)
by Isabella Fidanza
I have to say that one of my favorite “modern” Christmas songs is the sassy “Christmas […]

Why I hate Sylvia Plath
by Casey Condon
Sylvia Plath is a divisive figure in the poetry world. Some love her for her dark, […]

Graphic writing is exhausting
by Bhavya Sharma
The weekend before Thanksgiving hits you like a truck. You don’t want to work. You don’t […]

Underestimating your words
by Ruth Torres
We’ve all been there: finishing a paper for class and thinking about how much better it […]

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Happy last week of classes!
by Ruth Torres
Where did the term go? To me, fall term is always the term that flies by […]

Week 11 multitasking
by Casey Condon
It’s week 11 and what am I currently doing? I am watching 10 Things I Hate […]

On reproducing with pandas
by Bhavya Sharma
Are you a fertile female with no intention to reproduce with another male? Do you often […]

The psychology of emails
by Isabella Fidanza
Maybe I was born old, because I can’t adapt the “carefree young adult” attitude for more than […]

Embarking on co-op
by Ruth Torres
My second co-op starts in March. It’ll be my first two term co-op and, even though […]

A very Drexel Thanksgiving
by Casey Condon
I stick my fork into a fat thanksgiving turkey and find it is stuffed with crumpled […]

How the sourpuss stole Thanksgiving!
by Bhavya Sharma
At age fourteen (because, puberty), I was diagnosed with a very serious condition – the Bitchy […]

Help a Drexel prof help you
by Isabella Fidanza
So as I was scrolling through Geekadelphia, I stumbled upon some positive press about Drexel. Yes, positive! […]

Drexel confessions
by Casey Condon
Yes, I am kind of talking about the infamous (much less so currently) Facebook page where […]

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Riveting news is supposed to be delivered in a phone call. Popular films have reminded us of this again and again. When such news involves the death of a loved one, it’s acceptable to do things like sink into the nearest chair, cry in front of complete strangers...Read more

A few months ago I had a short stay in a Philadelphia hospital. Due to a lack of space on a more fitting floor, I was placed on a floor that also held many transient individuals...Read more

Grief in the medical world is seldom discussed, let alone dealt with...Read more



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