Thanks to social media giants like Facebook or Snapchat, staying connected to friends and fellow alumni is as simple as clicking the friend button. Most Bulldogs today keep up-to-date on each other by quickly and easily scrolling through posts of baby updates or vacation photos. Mort Hoffman, LA’50, instead sticks with what’s worked for nearly 70 years.
Congrats! You’ve made it! A few weeks ago you were an undergraduate, pharmacy, law or master’s student and today you’re a Drake alum! We have a few tips for how to start your new Drake alum life right. 1) Learn the Lingo...
Are you ready for it? The Drake Relays are upon us and, while one of the oldest and largest track and field meets in the nation is a sight to see, the week-long event involves so much more than just activity on the Blue Oval. Here are five ways to make the most of your Relays experience.
The Drake University National Alumni Board will recognize six exceptional alumni with awards for professional achievement and loyalty to their alma mater.
High school sweethearts, Gene and Jacque Fuller have decided to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary and 50-year class reunion by leaving their legacy at Drake. Their $50,000 donation will provide scholarships for undergraduates in the College of Business and Public Administration.
What have alumni been up to? University Advancement has been busy planning various events this fall. Some of which took place in front of old main and others which took place over 1,000 miles away from campus.
A new year at Drake University also brings exciting changes to the campus and community. Let’s explore the top 8 things to look forward to in 2018 at Drake University!
Did you know that the original songwriter for “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” attended Drake? An Iowa native, John Rox graduated from Winterset High School before jumping into student life at Drake in the early 1920s.