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Bulldog beauty pageant features tiaras, tutus and slobber

NBC’s Today Show was one of hundreds of the national and international news outlets that featured a story on the Beautiful Bulldog Contest. Other noted outlets include Good Morning America, TIME, the UK’s Telegraph, and Yahoo! News, among many others.
The TODAY Show

Bringing the Locker Room Into the Classroom

In an opinion piece written by Craig Owens, associate professor of English and director for the Center of Humanities, Owens suggests that faculty should be taking a page from coaches' play books about how to improve their teaching and better engage their students.
The Chronicle of Higher Education

When a boyfriend dies, does the grief mean less?

Nancy Berns, professor of sociology, was featured as an expert on CNN for a story about grief and closure.

‘Make it work’: style guru Tim Gunn to speak at Drake

Tim Gunn, style guru, will speak at Drake University in September as part of the Bucksbaum Lecture Series.
Des Moines Register

5 young Iowans who could be the next Norman Borlaug

Adam Riesselman, a Drake senior, is featured as a next-generation leader. Riesselman attended the unveiling of the new Norman Borlaug statue in Washington D.C.
Des Moines Register

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