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  • For all of Drexel's success stories, there are bad apples.

    Post-Lehman, It's the Parts, Not the Sum

  • Marginean broke Drexel's single-season scoring record and set conference records for free throws made and attempted.

    Raleigh: Maryland gets No. 1 seed after taking ACC crown

  • While they tossed the robes and coats and Miss Drexel's skirt into the bottom of the car and got Mrs. Morgan on board, Davies overtook them.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • "First machine that ever tackled this road," was young Drexel's judgment, as they halted to stare at the tire-tracks.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • "It can't be done," was Charley Drexel's quick judgment of youth, as the machine stopped and they surveyed the acute-angled turn on the stiff up-grade of Aliso.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • The cause was a series of hog-wallows masked with mud, which nearly tore the steering wheel from Drexel's hands before he could reduce speed.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • "Dress for rough travel, and don't stop for any frills," Wemple called around the corner of Miss Drexel's screened sleeping porch.

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • The clapping of Miss Drexel's hands was the first warning Davies received that the feat was accomplished, and, swinging on to the running board, he found the car backing in the straight-away up the next zigzag and Wemple still chanting ecstatically, Oh, you Merry Olds, you Merry

    WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE

  • Artistic Rebuttal has gained so much traction that Scheidegger found it necessary to take on a Deputy Director, jazz vocalist and nonprofit development professional, Meg Mitchell, who is also an alumna of Drexel's Arts Administration program.

    Joan K. Smith: The Artistic Rebuttal Project: Making the Case for Art, One Non-Believer at a Time

  • Last April, when the video of six-year-old Anna Drexel's legal molestation at the hands of some just-following-orders creep outraged the nation, Paul criticized the TSA's actions, even as the TSA insisted that the conduct was perfectly proper, even necessary to keep America free.

    The bigger picture of Rand Paul's brush with the TSA | Jennifer Abel

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