IA is back with a whole new show! Things may look different, but no need to worry, we’re still bringing you the latest on all things sports, arts, education, Philadelphia, and Drexel!
In this week’s episode, Alexandra George heads out to the Drexel streets and asks our classmates if they even know what IA is? The results were…interesting. Next, Emily McAndrews brings sports back to IA with a recap of our Dragons’ spring season.
Then, we flash back to June with Liv Jone’s coverage of the PHS Flower Shower. We had so much fun, we didn’t want to…leaf ;). Finally, Eva Kraus and Ava Kataria discuss the ISUxUSGA town hall that voiced Drexel’s international students’ concerns over employment with the university.
Edited by: Samantha McNemar Anoush Kojouri Liv Jones Mike Bufalo Izzy Patrizio
Written by: Emma McAndrews Alexandra George Eva Kraus Ava Kataria Cat Brady Josh Powell Maria Paula Mijares Torres
Graphics by: Sara Balsamo Laura Rendon-Garcia Ethan Carhuapoma Samantha McNemar
Drexel Update: Emily sits down with 2021 Drexel graduate Julia Farley. She is an Animation & Visual Effects major graduating this week. Julia reflects on her time at Drexel and the impact of COVID-19 on the college experience.
34th & Art: It’s Summer! That means long days, warm nights, and no school! (unless you go to Drexel) Here’s what the 34th & Art team are watching, reading, and listening to this Summer break to pass the time.
Drexel Update: Ava sits down with Dr. Jeffrey Levine, a professor at Lebow and the leader of Drexel’s brand new eSports business program. Stay tuned to learn more about the booming industry of eSports, COVID, and about what this new major has to offer! If you have any further questions about the eSports program, you can reach Dr. Levine at his email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily sits down with 2021 Drexel graduate Julia Farley. She is an Animation & Visual Effects major graduating this week. Julia reflects on her time at Drexel and the impact of COVID-19 on the college experience.
Emily sits down with Amine Mrad and Betel Yemane to discuss a new initiative by USGA and ISU. This calls for more jobs on campus for interntational students, as well as a more accessible way to find these jobs.
The International Students Union’s Work Opportunity Town Hall in collaboration with USGA will be held virtually on Thursday May 27th at 6pm.
You heard it right, Drexel has a Football Team! A Football Team that does improv. Find out all about Drexel improv troupe. Interested in joining the team? Auditions are being held May 19th & 23rd via Zoom, all you gotta bring is yourself!
This week, Ava talks with Sarah Resanovich, a Drexel student and fellow with Campus Election Engagement Project. They talk about the upcoming Pennsylania primaries on May 18 and why students should learn about political issues and come out to vote! Check out Sarah’s article in Drexel Now:
00:09 – Thunder Index with Paige DeAngelo 07:27 – 34th & Art with Lizzy Friedman 23:44 – Drexel Update with Emily McAndrews
Thunder Index:This is the 3rd and final episode of our sustainability series this term! We’re talking about the history of the Environmental Protection Agency and who was involved in its creation. Plus, stick around to the end to catch a glimpse of some wild mountain clouds!
34th & Art : Drexel Dance Ensemble has worked around the inability to be inside a theatre all together. The Dance on Film Concert showcases Drexel Dancers and Philadelphia Choreogrphers dancing while staying socially distanced. Stream the film on Thursday, May 20th at 7pm or watch the event live outside around Drexel’s campus the weekend of June 3rd.
Drexel Update: This week, Emily talks with Luis Benitez, the President of Latinos for a United Campus. This organization is dedicated to Latino representation and inclusion on campus. For more information about Latinos for a United Campus, follow them on Instagram @lucdrexel
This is the 3rd and final episode of our sustainability series this term! We’re talking about the history of the Environmental Protection Agency and who was involved in its creation. Plus, stick around to the end to catch a glimpse of some wild mountain clouds!