Pregnancy Takes a Turn on the Red Carpet
An essay by Renee Cramer, associate professor of law, politics and society at Drake University, is mentioned in the New York Times Style section.
Students' year-long civility project wrapping up
A story featuring Drake's public relations capstone course, which asked students to create campaigns promoting civility initiatives throughout the state of Iowa.
Drake Actuarial Science - Leah Torrison
Drake student, Leah Torrison, was featured in DugDug as part of a weekly series featuring top actuarial science students in the country.
Finding a dream job in patient-centered practice
Jane Allen, alumna of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, discusses how her Drake experience helped her create an innovative pharmacy practice at Hy-Vee.
Job market looking better for college grads
Chrystal Stanley, professional and career development services and academic achievement coordinator at Drake, discusses the job market for college graduates.
Des Moines has strong ties to 2013's top job
Drake senior Tess Wicks recently accepted an actuary job, which is considered the top job for 2013.
Normal law students doing extraordinary things
Drake University law students Katheryn Thorson and Nathan Borland are in Scotland representing the United States in a legal competition.
Raising the bar
Prize money for Drake Relays is up thanks to presenting sponsor Hy-Vee.
College grads find best job market in years
Drake students discuss job market after graduation.
Drake Relays Time
Cityview says Drake Relays 2013 is shaping up to be one to remember.
Iowa View: Immigration reform is in the interest of young people, and nation
President David Maxwell and Renee Cramer discuss immigration reform.
Cuban ag law professor visits Drake
Drake University hosted the first Cuban professor of agricultural law ever granted a visa to the United States since the 1962 embargo.
EXTRAORDINARY IOWANS: Red Cross Honors Heroes
Anne Murr, coordinator of the Adult Literacy Center, is honored by the American Red Cross as a "Hero of the Heartland."
War against water bottles prompts sales ban at Drake
New law spurs controversy, debate over genetically modified crops
Neil Hamilton, professor of law, is quoted in an ABC News article about genetically modified foods.