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University of Washington at Tacoma adopts Drupal

6. Oktober 2010

If you look at the source of University of Washington at Tacoma's new site, you'll immediately notice it's running Drupal. What's not immediately apparent, however, is the path they took to get it in place.

Christina Aguilera using Drupal

25. Mai 2010

Christina Aguilera just relaunched her website using Drupal: The site is developed by Sony Music, and is one of the better looking Drupal sites that I have seen Sony Music launch. No pun intended! Welcome to the family, Christina!

Drupal goes to Mars

24. Februar 2010

Drupal goes to Mars, or rather, Drupal helps us go to Mars ... eventually. NASA's Mars Space Flight Facility at Arizona State University is doing a lot of advanced work with Drupal. They have a number of Drupal sites, each with a different purpose, but all used to share information about Mars as discovered by ASU's THEMIS camera on the Mars Odyssey orbiter.

Portland State University using Drupal

16. Oktober 2009

We're on a roll with universities using Drupal! Portland State University (PSU), with more than 24,000 students, is using Drupal for their main website at

Strayer using Drupal

16. Oktober 2009

Strayer University, with more than 44,000 students enrolled at over 70 campuses, is using Drupal on

Duke using Drupal

15. Oktober 2009

Earlier this afternoon, I blogged about Stanford using Drupal. Well, if Stanford isn't enough for you, check out the main page for Duke University, recently redesigned using Drupal.

Stanford using Drupal

15. Oktober 2009

I've been around the web long enough to know a good-looking site when I see one -- is a good looking site. It is the home page of the Stanford Humanities Center, and it uses Drupal.

Rutgers using Drupal

28. September 2009

Rutgers University, with more than 50,000 students the largest institution for higher education in the state of New Jersey, switched their main website,, to Drupal. Looks stunning!

MIT Media Lab using Drupal

22. Mai 2009

After CSAIL started using Drupal (the group where Tim-Berners Lee works), the MIT Media Lab also switched to Drupal. Check out there Drupal site at As a former academic and a long term admirer of the MIT Media Lab, I think that is just really cool!