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Title: History and Impact of Drexel Fraternity Life
Authors: Kelley, Michael A.
Keywords: Greek life;fraternities;InterFraternity Council
Issue Date: 30-Aug-2010
Abstract: Drexel University has grown and changed dramatically since A.J. Drexel founded Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry in 1891. From its humble beginnings as a small, commuter, engineering school to its present stance as a multi-faceted university of international renown, Drexel has certainly come a long way. Over its 120-year history, changes have occurred that are too numerous to count. School identities have come and gone, buildings have been erected, renovated and demolished and 14 Presidents have presided over the University. However, one of the few constants during this time has been the strong presence of fraternity life on campus. Not only has Fraternity life been a unifying thread throughout the years at Drexel, but also Greeks have been at the vanguard of developing and bettering life on campus for all Drexel students.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1860/3350
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