Campus of Drexel University

Campus Of Drexel University

Campus of Drexel University

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The University City Main Campus of Drexel University is located just west of the Schuylkill River and is Drexel's largest and oldest campus. It stretches from Chestnut St. in the South to Powelton Ave in the North, and from the Amtrak rail yard in the East to 34th St in the West. The campus originally consisted of just the Main Building and its additions. In the 1960s the campus expanded greatly and several new buildings were constructed, mainly in the International Style with orange brick. Since then the University has bought nearly all the remaining buildings within the campus and has reused many of them for academic and residential purposes. Also the university has built another wave of new buildings mainly in the Modern and Postmodern style in metal and glass. Since North of Drexel's campus lies Powelton Village, a neighborhood of primarily Victorian homes. Drexel's continued efforts to expand the university and the dormitories have brought them into conflict with the Powelton Village Civic Association,

Student life

The main campus is home to several student-life related locations, including the Creese Student Center, the Mandell Theater, and Lounge 101 in the basement of the Main Building. The main campus also includes Ross Commons, a remodeled old house...
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