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What if You Knew? Co-op at Drexel
As an integral part of the Drexel education, our cooperative education program empowers students to hone their professional skills and work alongside industry leaders while pursuing their passions. After going on co-op, students return and serve as v...

Dragons Talk Drexel: Academic Collaboration
Looking to learn more about life as a Drexel Dragon and what makes our University so unique? Get an insider's look through our Dragons Talk Drexel videos. In this installment, our students talk candidly about how Drexel’s exciting interdisciplinary...

Dragons Talk Drexel: Guided by Experts
Looking to learn more about life as a Drexel Dragon and what makes our University so unique? Get an insider's look through our Dragons Talk Drexel videos. In this installment, our students talk candidly about how their professors and mentors have not...

Dragons Talk Drexel: Co-op and the Classroom
Looking to learn more about life as a Drexel Dragon and what makes our University so unique? Get an insider's look through our Dragons Talk Drexel videos. In this installment, our students talk candidly about how Drexel’s academic model of experien...

Your Time Is Now: Class of 2022
While the last few years have brought unique challenges, our 2022 graduates are ready to move us forward! Class of 2022, as you turn your tassel to the left at this year’s Commencement, know that you will continue to be fully supported by Drexel’...

40 Under 40 Class of 2022
Congratulations to the 40 Under 40 Class of 2022. We are pleased to showcase the remarkable achievements of ambitious Dragons. This procession of successful individuals in business and science, public service, academic pursuits, charitable ventures, ...

You Did It — A Liberty Scholar’s Surprise Admission
The Drexel Liberty Scholars program is breaking down barriers and changing lives in the process. On Thursday, March 10, 2022 the director of the Liberty Scholars program joined Mario the Magnificent, Drexel’s mascot, and visited the Philadelphia Hi...

Because advocacy can't wait.
Thomas R. Kline School of Law Professor Wendy Greene has co-crafted C.R.O.W.N. Acts and other legal reforms to fight grooming discrimination. The daughter of American civil rights activists, Wendy is a trailblazing law scholar, teacher, and advocate ...

Because advocacy can’t wait. Drexel University.
Thomas R. Kline School of Law Professor Wendy Greene has co-crafted C.R.O.W.N. Acts and other legal reforms to fight grooming discrimination. The daughter of American civil rights activists, Wendy is a trailblazing law scholar, teacher, and advocate ...

The William S. Pittman Graduation Ceremony
Join the Drexel community in celebrating the accomplishments of our graduating students of the African diaspora during the William Sidney Pittman Graduation Ceremony and livestream! Hosted by the Center for Black Culture, this event is a cherished an...

Because heroes can't wait. Drexel University.
Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions Disaster Simulation program presents students with an emergency situation and requires them to respond in real-time. Our Dragons are practicing how they will meet the next challenge in thi...

Because heroes can't wait.
Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions Disaster Simulation program presents students with an emergency situation and requires them to respond in real-time. Our Dragons are practicing how they will meet the next challenge in thi...

Moving Forward Together
Within the Drexel University community, the past two years have shown us just how resilient and strong we are together. As we reflect on what’s behind us, we look to the year ahead and ask with hope: What’s next? What will you do to make the next...

Next Steps for New Drexel Dragons
Welcome and congratulations, New Dragon! Watch this video to learn more about the important steps you need to complete, as a confirmed undergraduate student, in order to ensure that you are fully set-up for success on day one of classes at Drexel. L...

Your Moment Has Arrived
Enjoy this special welcome from Drexel President John A. Fry to you and your fellow New Dragons. All of your hard work and determination has brought you here, and we can’t wait to see what you’ll accomplish next. Welcome to Drexel University! #...

Welcome to the Pennoni Honors College
The Pennoni Honors College at Drexel University provides all students with a wide variety of opportunities to develop as socially engaged, and culturally and intellectually fulfilled individuals. Learn more: Drexel.edu/pennoni #AmbitionCantWait

Drexel University: Understanding Co-op
Since 1919, Drexel's world-renowned cooperative education (co-op) program has prepared our students for the future. Drexel Co-op provides professional employment experience, giving students the opportunity to explore and build a career before they en...

2022 Drexel Homecoming: The Winter Tradition
Here at Drexel, we hold Homecoming each year as our Winter Tradition. It's our weeklong celebration that instills a sense of pride within the entire Drexel community and provides an opportunity for all to come together while showing off their Drexel ...

Fostering Student Success: Drexel’s Liberty Scholars Program
Hear from Drexel’s Director of Diversity Initiatives & Community Relations Bernetta McCall-Millonde and discover what makes the Liberty Scholars Program so impactful for the recent high school graduates admitted to the program each year. As part of...

Drexel Division I Basketball: Here on Market Street
A new season of Division I men’s and women’s basketball has officially arrived! And all Drexel Dragons and neighborhood residents are encouraged to pack the DAC to see our Dragons in action right here on Market Street. You’re invited to be a pa...

Drexel Division I Basketball Is Here
A new season of Division I men’s and women’s basketball has officially arrived! And all Drexel Dragons and neighborhood residents are encouraged to pack the DAC to see our Dragons in action right here on Market Street. You’re invited to be a pa...

Entrepreneurship & Innovation in a 3-Year Degree
Meet Robert Newman, a student in the Charles D. Close School’s accelerated three-year Entrepreneurship and Innovation program, and learn about what makes this program at Drexel so unique. Visit the Close school’s website to learn more: https://dr...

Maisha Kelly Named Director of Athletics at Drexel University
Maisha Kelly was named Director of Athletics at Drexel University, making her the first Black woman to lead a Division I athletics program in Philadelphia. FOX29 (WTXF-TV) reported the story on 10-14-2021. Footage Credit: FOX29 Philadelphia

Growing as a Global Leader
Analytics major Sanketh Reddy explains how his journey from India to Philadelphia has expanded his horizons and how Drexel’s renowned co-op program has helped to prepare him for success. #AmbitionCantWait

Drexel University in the News 2020-2021
Highlights of Drexel University broadcast media coverage for 2020-2021 produced by the Office of University Communications. Special thanks to the students, faculty and professional staff featured and to the media represented in this video.

A Welcome Back Message from Drexel University President John Fry
Drexel University President John Fry welcomes the Drexel community back to classes and campus for the Fall 2021 term.

Apply Early To Drexel
Our fall application is officially open! We offer a variety of admission options, each with different deadlines, milestones, and requirements, allowing you to choose the plan that works best for you. To learn more, visit drexel.edu/apply. #FutureDr...

The Civil Discourse: Exploration Through Conversation
The Civil Discourse, hosted by Paula Marantz Cohen, welcomes influential thought leaders to engage in meaningful discussion and explore the pressing issues of our times. Continuing the 15-year legacy and tradition established by The Drexel InterView,...

Applying To Drexel?
Ready to apply? Students applying for freshman admission are offered the choice of applying Early Decision, Early Action, or Regular Decision. Learn more about what option is best for you. http://drexel.edu/undergrad/apply

Leading the Future of Business and Technology
Brought to you by the LeBow College of Business and the College of Computing & Informatics, Leading the Future of Business and Technology explores the environmental impact of ongoing digital transformation and its effect on nearly every industry. Lis...

Guy Fieri Presents a Drexel Student With a $25,000 Scholarship
Fieri surprised student Charmaine Royal with a $25,000 scholarship during an event he livestreamed on Facebook to celebrate the next generation of restaurant owners and diners. NBC-10 (WCAU-TV) reported the story on June 13.

Why You Should Study in the U.S.
Are you thinking about studying in the U.S. as an international student? Pursuing a university education in the U.S. — and at Drexel — allows you to join our diverse community of scholars and take advantage of the numerous resources and opportuni...

Welcome, Drexel Graduates
As the voice of baseball in Philly, and on behalf of the Philadelphia Phillies, Dan Baker welcomes all 2020 and 2021 Drexel graduates and their families to Citizens Bank Park for our special University-wide Commencement on Friday, June 11! #ForeverD...

Drexel Co-op: A Tradition of Excellence
The cooperative education program at Drexel University provides extensive preparation and professional employment experiences for our students. Co-op allows students to learn firsthand from industry leaders and bring this knowledge and enhanced persp...

Heard in Philly: Down the Shore
Around Philadelphia, the term “down the shore” can often be heard. But what vacation spot is that even referring to? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series and find out the answer to this ques...

Heard in Philly: Whiz Wit
Around Philadelphia, the phrase “whiz wit" can often be heard around neighborhood cheesesteak joints. But what does this phrase mean and what is the best way to truly order a Philly cheesesteak? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members t...

Heard in Philly: Tastykake
Around Philadelphia, the word “Tastykake” can often be heard. But what are these sweet treats and why are they such Philly essentials? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series and find out the a...

Congratulations To Our 2021 Cooperative Education Awards Winners
Please enjoy these remarks from Ian Sladen, vice president for Cooperative Education and Career Development, as we celebrate the winners of the 2021 Cooperative Education Awards at Drexel University. In a year of unprecedented hardship, we at the Uni...

Heard in Philly: Soft Pretzel
Around Philadelphia, the words “soft pretzel” can often be heard together. But what makes our soft pretzels so uniquely Philly and what’s all this fuss about a snack anyway? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard ...

Heard in Philly: Jeet Yet?
Around Philadelphia, the question “Jeet Yet?” can often be heard. But just exactly what is this question asking and what are the acceptable variations? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series a...

The William S. Pittman Graduation Ceremony
Join the Drexel community in virtually celebrating the accomplishments of our graduating students of the African diaspora during the William Sidney Pittman Graduation Ceremony livestream! Hosted by the Center for Black Culture, this event is a cheris...

Bringing the Tradition Back
In 2021, we’re bringing the tradition back to Citizens Bank Park! As a cherished Drexel University event, we have held our recent University-wide Commencement ceremonies at Citizens Bank Park — the home of the Philadelphia Phillies — with the e...

Good Morning America and Drexel. Welcome Lyric!
Lyric Wise, a senior at Paul Robeson High School, is one step closer to accomplishing her dream of helping others after ABC’s “Good Morning America” and Tallo, surprised her with a $50,000 scholarship to the school of her choice, Drexel Univers...

Because the fall can’t wait.
Congratulations, New Dragons! Enjoy this special welcome message from Drexel University's Executive Vice President Nina Henderson Provost Paul E. Jensen, PhD. This is an incredible moment. Because the fall can’t wait. #FutureDragons #NewDragons #...

The Annual Drexel Drag Show
You won't want to miss this electrifying evening where everybody is welcome — it’s the Annual Drexel Drag show, co-sponsored by the Good Idea Fund! And in 2021, the fun will be free and livestreamed online via DragonLink. Because expression can...

The Drexel Shuffle: Philly Loves a Wild Sports Fan
The Drexel Shuffle invites Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Michael J. Keaton and Director of Undergraduate Admissions Melissa Pennestri to answer questions about pop culture and the city of Philadelphia. In this episode, Melissa and Dean Keaton deba...

The Drexel Shuffle: Philly Loves Music
The Drexel Shuffle invites Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Michael J. Keaton and Director of Undergraduate Admissions Melissa Pennestri to answer questions about pop culture and the city of Philadelphia. In this episode, Dean Keaton discusses the ro...

The Drexel Shuffle: Philly Loves Songs About Philly
The Drexel Shuffle invites Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Michael J. Keaton and Director of Undergraduate Admissions Melissa Pennestri to answer questions about pop culture and the city of Philadelphia. In this episode, Melissa and Dean Keaton craf...

The Drexel Shuffle: Philly Loves Concerts
The Drexel Shuffle invites Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Michael J. Keaton and Director of Undergraduate Admissions Melissa Pennestri to answer questions about pop culture and the city of Philadelphia. In this episode, Dean Keaton and Melissa remi...

To the Trailblazers
Congratulations, New Dragons! Enjoy this special message from Evelyn K. Thimba, the senior vice president for Enrollment Management here at Drexel. Because your moment can't wait. Visit https://drexel.edu/moment/ to view more videos and learn all a...

Heard in Philly: I-76
Around Philadelphia, the term “76” can often be heard, also sometimes called the “Schuylkill”. But just how bad can a highway with a river view really be? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video s...

Heard in Philly: The Schuylkill
Around Philadelphia, the term “Schuylkill” can often be heard. But just how much of Philly life and lore swirls around this river? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series and find out the answe...

Heard in Philly: The El
Around Philadelphia, the term “The El” can often be heard. But why do we call Philly’s Market Frankford Line “The El?” Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series and find out the answer to t...

Heard in Philly: Jawn
Around Philadelphia, the term “Jawn” can often be heard. But what does this Philly slang word even mean? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series and find out the answer to this question and mor...

The Finish Line: Dragons Taking Care of Dragons
The finish line is in sight! Spring has finally arrived, and Drexel’s campus is emerging from the shadows of the pandemic with a renewed sense of vibrancy and optimism. But, especially now that we are so close, we cannot stumble: Although mandates ...

Heard in Philly: Hoagie & Wawa
Around Philadelphia, the terms “Hoagie” and “Wawa” can often be heard. But just how meaningful are these words to locals? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series and find out the answer to ...

Heard in Philly: Eagles & Go Birds
Around Philadelphia, the terms “Eagles” and “Go Birds” can often be heard. But just how passionate are these Philly fans? Hear from current Drexel students and staff members through our Heard in Philly video series and find out the answer to ...

Dragons Are Dancing: City-Wide Celebration in Lights News
Media coverage credited to CBS-3 Philadelphia of Drexel's lighting up the city to support our Men's and Women's Basket Ball Championships and entry in the 2021 NCAA Tournament. #DragonsAreDancing #AmbitionCantWait #Drexel

The Drexel Shuffle: Philly Loves Phoodies
The Drexel Shuffle invites Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Michael J. Keaton and Director of Undergraduate Admissions Melissa Pennestri to answer questions about pop culture and the city of Philadelphia. This episode kicks off the series with a disc...

Dragons Are Dancing: Women's Basketball in the NCAA Tournament
Because the madness can't wait. #GoDragons #DragonsAreDancing #AmbitionCantWait

Because creativity can’t wait. Drexel University.
Hannah Beier, a Drexel photography major from the Westphal College of Media Arts and Design, lead the creation of TIME Magazine's June cover story about the 2020 graduating class during COVID. Beier collaborated with her classmate via FaceTime and ar...

Because creativity can’t wait.
Hannah Beier, a Drexel photography major from the Westphal College of Media Arts and Design, lead the creation of TIME Magazine's June cover story about the 2020 graduating class during COVID. Beier collaborated with her classmate via FaceTime and ar...

Dragons on the Frontline: The Student Response to COVID-19
Meet some of the Drexel students, staff and faculty who have been working tirelessly to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, and learn about their efforts to protect the Philadelphia community.

It All Begins Now
New Dragons, enjoy this special message from Drexel University President John A. Fry to you. This is your time. Your moment begins now. Welcome to Drexel University! #newdragons #ambitioncantwait

40 Students Attend
Dragons taking care of Dragons means more than simply not partying. It’s a call to action to avoid putting others at risk for contracting COVID-19. View this collaboration with the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Public Health and learn more...

Homecoming 2021: Virtual Variety Show Highlights
In 2021, the Drexel community came together for an important piece of the Winter Tradition: The Virtual Variety Show! While normally the Variety Show is an in-person event, Spirit Week participants submitted videos showcasing their many talents. En...

Drexel University Faculty and Staff Town Hall (January 19, 2021)
This is a recording of the virtual town hall held for Drexel University faculty and staff on January 19, 2021 concerning the reopening of campus and Drexel's response to COVID-19.

Drexel University Student Town Hall (January 13, 2021)
This is a recording of the virtual town hall held for Drexel University students on January 13, 2021 concerning the reopening of campus and Drexel's response to COVID-19.

Drexel President John Fry Message on the Start of the 2021 Winter Term
Drexel President John Fry talks about the start of the 2021 winter term in a message to the University community.

Drexel University President John Fry on the 2021 Winter Term for Faculty and Staff
Drexel President John Fry discusses the start of the 2021 winter term for the University and thanks faculty and professional staff for their efforts in continuing to adapt to the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Introducing: The Center for Black Culture at Drexel
The Center for Black Culture (CBC) at Drexel University serves as a hub of information, activity, and community for Black students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The CBC aims to increase knowledge, recognition, and respect of the people, histories, and...

Dragons Stay Connected: Now and in the New Year
The turn of the year is a time to reflect, while also looking forward with hope, to all that lies ahead. We hope you enjoy this special video celebrating the resiliency and strength of the entire Drexel community and featuring the Drexel University C...

Because community can't wait. Drexel University.
Evan Ehlers, an alum from the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship, built Sharing Excess, a nonprofit organization with a mission to address food insecurity in Philadelphia and around the country. Dragons are extraordinary and making a differe...

Because community can't wait.
Evan Ehlers, an alum from the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship, built Sharing Excess, a nonprofit organization with a mission to address food insecurity in Philadelphia and around the country. Dragons are extraordinary and making a differe...

2021 Drexel Homecoming: The Winter Tradition
Here at Drexel, we hold Homecoming each year as our winter tradition. It's our week-long celebration that instills a sense of pride within the entire Drexel community and provides an opportunity for all to come together while showing off their Drexel...

Engage with the world.
At Drexel, we want our Dragons to experience everything this world has to offer. Our model of experiential education encourages you to learn inside and outside of the classroom. Learn more about the Office of Global Engagement and where it can take y...

Dragons Wear Masks
Welcome back to the winter term! At Drexel University, the health and safety of the entire community is our top priority. It is the responsibility of every Dragon to respect those around them and take the proper precautions to help prevent the spread...

A Message From Drexel University President John Fry About Plans for the Winter Term
Drexel President John Fry talks about the University's intention to bring undergraduates back to campus for the winter term with strict health and safety guidelines in place. All students will have the option to continue remote learning if that is th...

What To Expect: The Drexel Recreation Center Has Reopened
The Drexel Recreation Center is now open for all Drexel students, faculty, and staff to utilize. However, things will look a lot different with only the fitness floors available for use, physical distancing markers in place, enhanced cleaning procedu...

Drexel University: Understanding Co-op
Since 1919, Drexel's world-renowned cooperative education (co-op) program has prepared our students for the future. Drexel Co-op provides professional employment experience, giving students the opportunity to explore and build a career before they en...

Jarod and Bella's Residence Hall Tour
Join Jarod and Bella, two of our student ambassadors, for a detailed walkthrough of Drexel’s residential experience. We hope you enjoy this tour!

Performing Arts Programs at Westphal
Drexel's Performing Arts minor allows students from all programs to explore a wide range of opportunities in theatre.

Drexel Dragons Compete To Win
From basketball to rowing to field hockey, Drexel Dragons are fierce competitors — our student-athletes compete in 18 Division I NCAA sports in the Colonial Athletic Association. And the DAC Pack, our most school-spirited student organization, is a...

Dimensions of Drexel
At Drexel University, our students don’t live a one-dimensional existence. They reach high toward their goals and our transformative cooperative education program helps them get there. They stretch far and wide; with over 350 clubs and student orga...

Dimensions of Drexel (Introduction)
At Drexel University, our students don’t live a one-dimensional existence. They reach high toward their goals and our transformative cooperative education program helps them get there. They stretch far and wide; with over 350 clubs and student orga...

Drexel University Convocation 2020
Drexel University celebrates 2020 Convocation.

Drexel Recreation Center
Drexel students have a lot to choose from when it comes to being active.

Virtual Tour: URBN Center
The URBN Center houses a state-of-the-art motion capture studio, music recording studios, a video game design lab, and more.

Virtual Tour: Urban Eatery
The Urban Eatery is a new landmark on campus, offering Mediterranean food, sandwiches, coffee, and more.

Virtual Tour: Drexel Residence Halls
Your on-campus housing is where you'll be spending a fair amount of time. Whether you're studying, hanging out with friends, or getting a good night's sleep, you want it to be as comfortable as home, if not more.

Virtual Tour: Gerri C. LeBow Hall
Gerri C. LeBow Hall serves as an academic center for students and faculty, as well as an events and networking hub for the Philadelphia business community.

Explore the Baiada Institute for Entrepreneurship
Housed in the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship, the Baiada Institute is the cradle of entrepreneurship at Drexel University. Open to all students, Baiada provides students like you with the physical space, mentoring, and resources to start...

Virtual Tour: Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building
The Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building is home to the Biology & BEES (Biodiversity, Earth and Environmental Science) department as well as the largest biowall in North America.

Virtual Tour: Main Building
The Main Building was the original location of Drexel University and still serves as a place for classes and administrative offices.

How To Make an Appointment With CLASS
This short presentation by Lindsay Matias, assistant director for The Center for Learning and Academic Success Services (CLASS), provides and overview of the process students must take when booking an appointment with a peer academic coach or tutor o...

Drexel in the News 2019-2020
This video features highlights of Drexel University's broadcast news coverage in the 2019-2020 academic year. Special thanks to the news media represented in this video.

Applying To Drexel?
Ready to apply? Students applying for freshman admission are offered the choice of applying Early Decision, Early Action, or Regular Decision. Learn more about what option is best for you. http://drexel.edu/undergrad/apply

Drexel President John Fry Welcomes Students for Fall 2020 term
Drexel President John Fry welcomes students as they begin the Fall 2020 term.

Marla Gold, Vice Provost for Community Health Care Innovation, on Health and Safety in Fall 2020
Marla Gold, MD, vice provost for Community Health Care Innovation, discusses health and safety for the Drexel community for the Fall 2020 term.

Four Steps Together: Drexel’s Return to Campus
Follow these four easy health measures and commit to maintaining a culture of health and safety wherever you go! At Drexel, every Dragon has the responsibility to take the proper precautions in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep ea...

Dragons Wear Masks
At Drexel University, the health and safety of the entire community is our top priority. It is the responsibility of every Dragon to respect those around them and take the proper precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. This is why Dragons...

Transfer Instant Decision Days at Drexel
Drexel’s Transfer Instant Decision Days provide you with the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a Transfer Admissions counselor to discuss, review, and render a decision on your application to Drexel. With minimal beforehand preparation, you can a...

Drexel's City-Wide Tribute to Forever Dragons
How do you celebrate graduates without a graduation? On June 11, 2020, Drexel University honored the resilient Class of 2020 by turning the lights in Philadelphia blue and gold, including Drexel's Main Building, the iconic Mario statue, Philly's Boat...

Drexel University's Vice Provost of Community Health Care Innovation on Safely Returning to Campus
Drexel University's Marla Gold, vice provost of Community Health Care and Innovation, talks about how the Drexel community can stay healthy and safe while returning to campus in fall 2020.

Drexel University President John Fry on Returning to Campus
Drexel University President John Fry addresses the University community about returning to campus for Fall 2020.

Your Next Chapter: Drexel's Welcome Week
At Drexel University, all new students begin their journey at Welcome Week. While we are still planning to hold Welcome Week in 2020, we are preparing to make adjustments for the health and safety of everyone based on the CDC's and medical profession...

Preparing for a Changing World: The Future of Work
Over 125 years ago, Drexel University's founder, Anthony J. Drexel, had a vision to create an institution that would empower every student to graduate from Drexel ready to begin their career. And in 1919, one of the most expansive university cooperat...

Congratulations Class of 2020!
Drexel community members from around the University share their Dragon pride for the Class of 2020. You did it, now go celebrate! #foreverdragons

Forever Dragons, We Salute You
The Class of 2020 will go down in history for overcoming immense challenges to reach their final moment as Forever Dragons. Although the 2020 Drexel University commencement celebrations were held virtually this year, that has not stop us from honorin...

Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates 6ABC
Coverage of Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates 6ABC

Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates NBC10
Coverage of Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates NBC10

Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates PHL 17
Coverage of Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates PHL 17

Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates CBS3
Coverage of Drexel City-Wide Tribute to our 2020 Graduates CBS3

Drexel President John Fry addresses the Class of 2020
Drexel University President John Fry addresses the Class of 2020.

Drexel Interim Provost Paul Jensen addresses the Class of 2020
Drexel University's Paul E. Jensen, interim Nina Henderson Provost, delivers commencement greetings to the Class of 2020.

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