So Long, LEAD. Hello, Market Street!

Story Highlights

  • LeBow's new magazine, Market Street, to debut at the end of the month, replacing former LEAD magazine.

  • Magazine will feature upbeat editorial voice, new design created by award-winning firm art270 and photographs shot on campus and around city.

Drexel LeBow’s communications team will debut Market Street, LeBow’s new magazine, at the end of this month. It will replace the former LEAD magazine.

In addition to a new upbeat editorial voice and a fresh new design created by award-winning design firm art270, the magazine will feature bold graphics and lively photographs shot on campus and around the city.

Mark Eyerly, executive director of communications, says the new magazine is inspired by the people who are affiliated with LeBow College. “They are smart, for sure, but they also have a certain vigor or pep, a confidence that says ‘I am great at turning what I know into something useful.’ There’s nothing sleepy about this business school, and we wanted a magazine with enough attitude to keep up. We hope Market Street conveys the energy and passion of this place, at this time.”

Leda Kopach, editor of Market Street, says the magazine is filled with stories about our most inspiring constituents. The magazine will arrive in mailboxes in early December and will be available online shortly thereafter. We welcome your feedback at If you are not currently receiving mail from Drexel LeBow, please update your information to ensure you receive Market Street magazine.

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