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JOURNALISM AND TIMES-DELPHIC ALUMNI TO REUNITE OCT. 24-25 Remember the days when you spent more time in Meredith Hall than in your dorm room? Remember the satisfaction of completing an edition of the Times-Delphic, Drake Magazine, a Relays broadcast or a capstone public relations or advertising campaign? If you recall pulling all-nighters to crank out...



Former ambassador calls for renewed emphasis on diplomacy; Drake community celebrates Habitat for Humanity build with wall-raising ceremony; Plan to attend media panel discussion on 2008 presidential election; Saarinen exhibit explores the building of a modern campus at Drake; Des Moines Register leaders embrace new technology and industry challenges; Free bus rides grow more popular with Drake community; Drake Symphony Orchestra gains new director; and Drake law students volunteer to help veterans at StandDown.

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