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.
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:
Emily McAndrews sits down with Student Body President-Elect Jarod Watson. They discuss how he plans on leading USGA this upcoming year on certain initiatives, as well as reflects on his experience with student government during his time at Drexel.
Emily talks with Jillian Saunders, President of Drexel Engineers Without Borders, about the student organization’s work on campus, in Philly, and abroad for sustainability. They apply what they learn in the classroom and bring it to real-world projects. You can learn more about Engineers
Host Eva Elizabeth Kraus interviews Erin Schubin, Secretary and Event Coordinator for NAMI Drexel. This organization works to raise awareness, and reduce the stigmas that surround mental illnesses. They are a great community and organization on campus to get involved in! Make sure to go check them out on DragonLink and @namidragons on Instagram!