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Empowering Connectivity
April 17th, 2015
What's up?
Kelley is a music industry major with a passion for performing...
"...When I perform I engage the crowd. My best moments are when I lead the audience and turn the show into a funky ass jam session that has everyone bumpin’ and gets me movin’ all over the stage.

I feel a personal connection to the audience. I cater to their needs, for example, if they aren’t into a wild jam session, I can play an easy listening set and vice versa.

In the words of Keb ‘Mo’,
“I'm in the music business to serve, play, entertain and do my best as a person.”

Check out her work! Click the Pic!
Today at Drexel...

Presentation by Pixar's Dan Holland

Drexel’s Animation, Capture and Effects Lab (ACELab) hosts a special 1-hour behind the scenes animation presentation with Pixar Animation Studio’s Dan Holland.

Dan joined Pixar as an animator in July 2003. He worked on the academy awards -winning feature film “The Incredibles,” and the short film “Jack Jack Attack.”

Bossone Center, Mitchell Auditorium 3140 Market Street
April 17

Further info, Click the Pic!

Around Campus
What’s on your bucket list?
Artist Candy Chang has been asking people that question since 2011 when she created her first “Before I Die...” wall. In her native New Orleans on a condemned house, Chang set up black clapboards spray-painted with hundreds of
“Before I die________” stencils.
It became so popular that the wall had to be cleaned to make room for others to share their purpose with friends and neighbors. Chang’s idea has been applied to over 500 walls in 30 different languages.

In anticipation for her talk at Drexel on April 30th, Chang has set up Drexel’s own “Before I Die…” wall at 38th & Lancaster. 

What will you write?
Share your trip to the wall! Snap Us @theboost_drexel
Explore Philly
Lego fans!

Didn't think the Lego movie was enough?

This weekend is a perfect opportunity to see some of the greatest Lego creations.

Take advantage of Drexel's superb location.
Head over to the Spring Garden bridge then make your way down the Ben Franklin Parkway. On the rim of Logan Square you will find the Franklin Institute, the gallery for Nathan Sawaya's extraordinary Lego exhibit.

Franklin Institute
222 North 20th St.

For info, Click the Pic!
Food for Thought

"...If a person can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” 

Nelson Mandela

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