DU in the News
Drake students' digital magazine called a 'gargantuan' achievement
Multiple issues of Drake student magazine, Urban Plains, is produced in a journalism capstone course.
Iowa View: What the United States can learn from Mandela
Mark Kende, director of the Constitutional Law Center at Drake University, discusses Mandela's legacy.
Iowa View: Amazon and America's technological future
Anthony Gaughan, student in the Drake University Law School, shares his thoughts on drones delivering packages this holiday season.
Drake Archives: Collection showcases pieces of history
Drake University dedicated the Drake University Archives and Library Special Collections Center in a private ceremony on Dec. 6.
DRAKE ARCHIVES: Harkin, Ray Papers Donated
Drake University officially dedicates Drake University Archives and Library Special Collections Center.
New sign language class popular at Drake University
Drake professor and student are featured in this story, highlighting the popularity of sign language courses at Drake.
MANDELA MOMENT: Metro Woman Recalls Meeting
Debra DeLaet, professor of politics and international relations and department chair, discusses Nelson Mandela's legacy.
Iowans fondly reflect on one of world's 'great human beings'
Melisa Klimaszewski, associate professor of English, who teaches courses on South African literature, and Mark Kende, director of the Constitutional Law Center, are featured in this story, remembering the late Nelson Mandela and his influence on the world.
SHOP SMALL: Push To Shop Saturday
Tom Swartwood, assistant professor of entrepreneurship at Drake University, provides insight on Small Business Saturday.
SHOPPING GUIDE: Stores Open Earlier Than Ever
Philip Houle, professor of information systems at Drake University, comments on the strategy behind stores being open longer hours during Thanksgiving weekend.
Gun club can exist next to school
Jerry Anderson, professor of law at the Drake University Law School, provides legal insight in a story about a new Waukee school district campus being built beside a gun club.
Survey of Chichaqua Bottoms aims to help endangered species
A story on Keith Summerville and a team of Drake students who will survey mammals in the Chichaqua Bottoms Greenbelt early next year in an effort to preserve endangered species in the ecologically rich area.
Cyber Monday shoppers: Plan to be patient on Web's busiest retail day
Natalie Adkins, associate professor of marketing, comments on Cyber Monday shopping.
Thanksgiving scrambles workers' schedules
Natalie Adkins, associate professor of marketing, comments on holiday shopping and the strategy behind stores opening for longer hours.
Health profile: Pharmacy is in new Drake dean's DNA
Wendy Duncan, dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, is featured in a Health Profile in the Des Moines Register.