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This week started on an unusual note with the campus going into lockdown due to ongoing demonstrations. Approximately 40 to 60 individuals set up an encampment on campus grounds without the University’s permission. To prevent any potential disruptions, including attempts by the protesters to enter our learning and working spaces, Drexel University decided to lock …
Johanna Jarvis, Class of ’27, is a Graphic Design major studying at Tamagawa University this Spring/Summer 2024. Up next on the side adventures… and one of the most popular tourist cities of Tokyo… Harajuku! Harajuku, known for its popularity in showcasing fashion, has now proven itself to live up to its title. Upon preparing for …
Before coming to Barcelona to study abroad, I kept having this nagging thought about how my ethnic identity would be perceived in a different country. Would I even be seen as American? Being Chinese-American, I was also curious whether there is a big community of Chinese people, like Chinatown. Would I be able to satisfy …
This week at Drexel University began with the memorial day holiday. Memorial Day is one of the federal holidays in the United States for honoring and mourning the U.S. military personnel who died while serving  in the United States Armed Forces. It is observed on the last Monday of May. Beyond its significant purpose, Memorial Day also marks the unofficial start …
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Howdy! I’m Zach Wachtel, a Computer Science and Communications major at UNC. I’ll…