By Karen Weaver: Thursday night’s NFL Draft (Round One) was an evening to remember. Philadelphia looked her best as more than 70,000 visitors surrounded the newly constructed stage in front of the Art Museum. All […]
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Make these 8 Easy Food Swaps on World Health Day
All of us, at some point in our lives, have been told, “you are what you eat.” Today in celebration of World Health Day, don’t throw out your favorite foods, but consider making a healthy […]
How Will Colleges Looking to Compete in DI Football Survive When the Media Dollars Dry Up?
Fueled by football revenue, schools in the Power 5 conferences (Pac-12, Big Ten, Atlantic Coast Conference, Southeastern Conference and the Big 12) are turning what seems like a blind eye to budgeting. As expenses exceed […]
Do Even Losing Sports Teams Benefit a University?
These days, there is no question that the football teams with big names, from big conferences and qualifying for the big playoffs are ‘profitable’. Each of the four teams in this year’s College Football Playoff—Alabama, […]
Tips to Cook Your Bird Safely This Thanksgiving
Frying fails, under-cooked or burned to a crisp are all scenarios to avoid if you’re cooking a bird this Thanksgiving. Rosemary Trout, head of Culinary Arts and Food Science in Drexel’s Center for Hospitality and […]
Master Chef Marc Vetri Returns to Drexel for Winter Term
The Center for Hospitality and Sport Management will welcome back Philadelphia’s James Beard Award-winning chef Marc Vetri to teach this winter term. In the class, CULA 400: “Directed Studies with a Master Chef,” Vetri, a […]
Pat Summitt’s Legacy and the Work that Remains
By Ellen Staurowsky, Ed.D. Last week, famed college basketball coach Pat Head Summitt passed away. The celebration of her life and mourning of her loss offers an opportunity to reflect on what her career represented […]
Q+A: Can Youth Sports Transform a City?
Drexel’s second annual Philadelphia Coaches Conference kicks off Monday, May 16, with an opening reception and appearance from Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney. There, the mayor will be announcing the new executive director of the Philadelphia […]
Quick Take: Drexel Sports Management Expert Discusses FIFA Scandal
On May 27, U.S. authorities announced an indictment against 14 soccer officials and sports marketing executives in a corruption investigation of FIFA, the international governing body of soccer. It was also announced that a Swiss investigation […]