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Top 10 FAFSA Myths Debunked
Colleges have never offered so much of their resources for financial aid—but to qualify you first have to apply, says Tom Delahunt, vice president for admission and student financial planning.
Free citizenship courses available online for Iowa schools
Character Counts Iowa, an organization based at Drake University, helped finance a project to offer citizenship classes in Iowa middle schools and high schools.
Drake Student Hits Half-Court Shot, Wins Truck [VIDEO]
Bulldog Madness began in full force on Nov. 4 when a first-year student buried a miraculous half-court shot to win a brand new truck.
Iowa doctor discusses ebola quarantine [Video]
Dr. Allen Zagoren of Drake and UnityPoint Health discusses the use of quarantines to control the spread of illness.
Gay marriage: Will Supreme Court drive angry voters to polls?
Dennis Goldford, professor of politics and international relations, says Iowa Republicans planned to go to the polls even before the Supreme Court declined to review gay marriage cases.
Changing the Mission of College Athletics
Sandy Hatfield-Clubb and Craig Owens discuss how Drake is bringing the locker room into the classroom—the Bulldog way.
Obama vows to destroy jihadists
Mahmoud Hamad, associate professor of politics at Drake University, comments on President Obama's speech.
How helicopter parents are ruining college students
Drake senior Abbey Barrow (and her parents) are featured in this Washington Post article, discussing the do's and don'ts of parenting a college student.
At Peabody Essex, 300 Years of Indian Chintzes
Fall exhibition in Manhattan will feature work by Phil Chen, professor of art and design.
Supreme Court gets input on changing bar exam rule
Ben Ullem, dean of the Drake University Law School, discusses diploma privilege and how allowing Iowa law graduates to practice without taking the bar exam would help students pay off debt more quickly.
Can higher education reinvent our ‘paralyzed and dysfunctional’ democratic process?
Drake University President David Maxwell co-authors this op-ed on how institutions of higher education can prepare students — and society at large — for productive civic engagement and find remedies for our gridlocked political environment.
GOP travel itineraries offer clues to 2016 White House field
Dennis Goldford, professor of politics and international relations at Drake University, comments on the campaign activity in Iowa.
Living on campus is worth moving day
Craig Owens, associate professor of English and director of the Center for Humanities at Drake University, discusses why living on-campus is worth the hassle of moving.
'Mr. Drake' Paul Morrison enters Register sports hall
Drake University’s beloved Paul Morrison is featured in a profile piece in the Des Moines Register.
5 ways colleges are preparing your future workforce
Drake University President David Maxwell and Jennifer McCrickerd, professor of philosophy, discuss digital natives.