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Registered users are eligible to vote in Drexel Star opinion polls. You'll find the poll on the top right of every page. Each user gets one vote, but if you change your mind, just click "Cancel your vote" and choose something else. If you have ideas for poll questions, send them in.


At the bottom of every news story, there's a link that takes you to a form for adding a comment. If you have something to say about a story, here's your chance. In keeping with the Drexel Star editorial policy, you'll have to be signed in with your real name in order to post a comment. Comments will be held in a queue for staff approval to filter out inappropriate and unsigned comments as well as spam.


If you see a story or classified ad that you really like or that you want to revisit, add it to your favorites. You'll find a link at the bottom of every story that says "add to favorites." Click on it and the story will be put into your list of Drexel favorites, which you can view on your profile page. Click "My account" in the upper left to visit your profile.


When you place a print classified, you'll have the option of getting your ad listed online by the Drexel Star staff. Or you can submit your own classified online. Once you've made arrangements for payment by phone or email, the ad will be approved and moved into the classifieds section.


We'll do our best to keep the conversation civil and suitable for all ages, but any user-submitted content belongs to that user and the Drexel Star can not take legal responsibility for something a user says.