It’s been a rough couple of months. Super-strong hurricanes, intense earthquakes and saber rattling with a nuclear adversary have now given way to the worst mass-shooting the United States has ever seen. And the shooting […]
Stories from Drexel University's media relations team
Talking It Out: Constant Trauma and Its Effect on Young Men of Color
In a brief he wrote this fall for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Drexel University’s John Rich related the story of Andre, a black 19-year-old who, while walking home from work, was shot by an […]
From Campus to Community, Committing to Safe Schools
Safety in schools is the theme of the day, especially here at Drexel. This is a story with two parts: On our campus today, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano announced a Campus Resilience […]
Does Media Violence Encourage Murder?
Dr. Chuck Williams went head-to-head with Bill O’Reilly on Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor” about whether or not violence in the media produces violent behavior, a conversation sparked by the recent shooting at Sandy Hook […]