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Resolved – Benefits Portal Unavailable

Thank you for your patience. ITS has now resolved the login issue for the HR Benefits Portaloutage. If you continue to experience issues, please contact the Support Center at 515-271-3001 or visit service.drake.edu/its to report your issue. If you’d like to receive these notifications via text message, opt in by texting DrakeITS2018 to phone number...

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Building Bridges at the 2019 AALS Annual Meeting

Law faculty, deans, administrators, and scholars recently gathered in New Orleans for the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting. True to the 2019 theme, Building Bridges, the meeting fostered collaboration between colleagues, discussions of critical and emerging legal issues, and participation in programs presenting fresh perspectives on law and legal education. Seven members of...

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Exclusive European adventure with Drake

Have you been longing to taste fresh seafood on the Italian coast? Relax on the pristine beaches of France? Stroll between the Gothic cathedrals of Spain?  Join your fellow alumni on an exclusive European cruise this fall! From October 29th to November 6th, Bulldogs are taking to the sea with Oceania Cruises to explore some of...

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Nine Items for Your 2019 Bulldog Bucket List

How will Bulldogs spend 2019? See if you can’t complete every item on the list to connect with other alumni and the University. 1— Show off your Drake pride We know you’re a proud Bulldog, and now is the time to flaunt it! Display that Drake flag in the office. Sport that Drake travel mug...

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New Year, New “Blue”

Check out Drake’s newly redesigned alumni magazine! Blue dropped last fall sporting a new size, new design, and new layout, but still with great content and alumni updates. Read about a Bulldog who’s always been Silicon Valley-bound, follow the evolution of a few famous and furry Drake Bulldogs, and see what your graduating class has...

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Generous Gift Sponsors New Tech

Within the Science Connector Building, kinesiology students are abuzz about the latest piece of technology at their fingertips to help them understand human movement. In addition to the other pieces of teaching and research equipment already in place, Drake’s new Human Performance Lab has recently obtained a motion capture system called the XSens.  The XSens uses seventeen wireless...