Inside Ambition – Drexel Dragons, Schools Reopen, Verbatim Theatre Project and More!

DAC Recap: DREXEL SPORTS ARE HOT! Between banner ending seasons, hot spring starts, and Dragons getting recognized Drexel sports have been on a tear this past week. Aside from the stresses of week 9, it is a good week to be a dragon. Try to follow along and count how many wins Drexel sports have accumulated this week.

Inside Look: After almost a full year of closure, Philly colleges and some public schools are reopening. Today we’ll look at the conflict between the Teacher’s Union, parents, and school officials. Let’s take an inside look!

Drexel Update: Host Emily McAndrews sits down with Dragons for UNICEF President Iulia Cazan. For the last two years, this student organization has been raising money and awareness for children’s rights locally and abroad.

Main Report: On this week’s episode of the Main Report, Gabby dives into Joel Embiid’s donation to Philly organizations, West Philly native Renee Harris leading women in STEM, and Philly native Jared Cannon on ABC’s Shark Tank!

Thunder Index: Paige returns with your weekly Thunder Index, where we discuss all things science, storms, stars and sustainability. High emotions got you down? Paige explains what’s going on and is here to help. We’ll also look at Drexel’s Covid numbers; and respond to an article in the NY Times about our university’s numbers. And, of course, we’ll have Paige’s Plant of the Week… a Bamboo Palm!

34th & Art: The Drexel Co-Op Theatre Company has been devising, editing, and filming a brand new verbatim theatre project highlighting real life essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Streaming April 2021, be sure to watch it on YouTube.

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