DU in the News
Despite ouster, Ternus favors retention system
In an article accompanied by a video, Marsha Ternus, director of the Harkin Institute at Drake University, discusses the future for Iowa's Supreme Court.
Comments on Closure from the Charles Horton Cooley Award Committee Chair
Nancy Berns, professor of sociology at Drake University, receives the Charles Horton Cooley Award for her recent book.
Incoming Drake student on CSPAN
Hector Salamanca discusses immigration reform and the DREAM Act. Salamanca mentions he will attend Drake University.
Klobuchar testing the waters with Iowa speech?
Cathy Wurzer talks with Dennis Goldford, professor of politics at Drake University, about presidential politics in Iowa.
GOP TALK: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Visits With Iowa Voters
Art Sanders, associate provost and Ellis and Nelle Levitt Professor of Politics, is featured in a story accompanied by a video, commenting on Sen. Ted Cruz's visit to Iowa.
The royal baby: A bouncing bundle of international obsession
Renee Cramer, associate professor of law, politics and society at Drake University, comments on the influence of celebrity pregnancies.
Drake, startup leaders reach out at 80/35 under Startup Central tent
Drake University's Buchanan Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership hosted an entrepreneurship-focused tent at this year's 80/35 concert.
Iowa View: Iowa can aid U.S.-China ties
Peter Yu, Kern Family Chair in the Intellectual Property Law Center at Drake University, discusses the role Iowa can play in fostering the relationship between China and the U.S.
$125,000 gift to Drake aimed at spurring independent pharmacies
The Business Record highlights Drake as one of four schools to receive a $125,000 gift from Cardinal Health Inc.
FRONTLINE: Rape in the Fields
Drake Law School graduates Sonia Parras and Elizabeth Shoemaker are featured on Frontline.
THREE MINUTES: Ray Giacoletti
Channel 13's Dan Winters talks with Ray Giacoletti about Drake's basketball future.
Life Lesson: Living Below the Poverty Line
Students at Drake University learn what it's like to live below the poverty line while giving back to those who experience it every day.
Ankeny creates master's program for teachers
Ankeny teachers are earning a master's degree through a new partnership with Drake University.
Drake to create Institute for Diplomacy and International Affairs
New institute to provide in-depth international learning experiences for Drake students and the public.
Why seniors lack sufficient retirement income
Lisa Gardner, professor of statistics at Drake University, discusses both the current and future challenges retirees are expected to face.