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COMMENT: David Maxwell

CityView says Drake University President David Maxwell will be a "hard act to follow."

Drake University President Maxwell says he's retiring

Drake University President David Maxwell is interviewed by KCCI regarding his recent retirement announcement.

BBC London interviews Jerry Gallucci

Jerry Gallucci, diplomat-in-residence at Drake University, discusses Obama’s handling of the Ukraine crisis on the BBC's World Tonight program.
BBC London

This Is Iowa: 'Typewriter Connection'

Paul Morrison, a.k.a. "Mr. Drake," is featured in a segment about typewriters for KCCI's "This is Iowa" series.

Fireworks, Finding Exo-Planets, and More

Christa Olson, vice provost for international programs, discusses the benefits of study abroad and Drake's plan to increase participation.
Iowa Public Radio

COLD JUSTICE: Cold Case TV Show Raises Concern

Bob Rigg, professor of law, comments on the recently solved cold case involving Theresa Supino. He shares what the pretrial publicity might mean for the case.

BEAUTY BAR: New Type Of Salon In Metro

Tom Swartwood, assistant professor of practice in entrepreneurship, comments on what this new shop says about business in Des Moines.

Reinventing the pharmacist role in a hospitalist model of care

Erik Maki, associate professor of pharmacy practice, is featured as an industry leader who is reinventing the role a pharmacist plays.

Jerry Foxhoven discusses Drake Law School clinical programs

Jerry Foxhoven, executive director of the Drake Legal Clinic, shares how the clinical programs benefit Drake Law students and the community.
Mediacom Newsleaders

As Iowa goes, so goes the nation: volunteer

Drake University is mentioned for being part of Gov. Branstad's new national service initiative.
The Gazette

High Profile Murder Trial’s Iowa Connection

Robert Rigg, professor of law at the Drake University Law School, comments on the Michael Dunn trial.

Barbie, defiant, models for Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue

Natalie Ross Adkins, associate professor of marketing at Drake University comments on Barbie’s #unapologetic campaign.
CNBC Online

MOVING ON: Staying Friends With Social Media

Drake University's Mark Kloberdanz, director of the counseling center, and Chris Snider, assistant professor of practice in multi-media, were interviewed for a story on social media and relationships.

AD TRENDS: What’s Behind Super Bowl Commercials

Sandra Henry, associate professor of journalism and mass communication, discusses the effectiveness of Super Bowl advertising.

Universities immersed in Bahamian culture

Students from Drake University took part in an ambassador hosting at the home of People to People volunteer Keith Saunders in the Bahamas this January.
The Bahamas Weekly