Security was made aware of several students stealing food and having a food fight in Hubbell South on the evening of Sept. 17 around closing time.
Archive for September, 2010
Drake University is promoting a Culture of Philanthropy campaign to connect alum ni to current students
“We have gathered a lot of old equipment, so most people can try out the sport for free”
Drake Security says stolen items amount to $19,600 since May
SAMUEL ALITO was nominated as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by President George W. Bush.
Links events together in a collective calendar
“Students will get a chance to meet other people, socialize with each other, gain a sense of community and overall just have a great time and get in the school spirit before the homecoming game”
“What is with guys and obsessing with being ‘FB official’? It’s freaky! Stop it!”
Reader’s response to “Delta Sigma Pi presents appeal to use Knapp Center” in the 9/27/10 issue.
After reading USA Today’s feature on student fees paying for athletic programs, in the Wednesday, Sept. 22, issue, I was filled with disgust. Some schools at least had the cojones to charge an actual athletics fee, which for the most part was relatively minor. What got me, however, was the […]
Readers’ response to “How to sound smarter than you actually are”
Kosama is full body and mind commitment, but can transform one’s body, inside and out
“I would say 70 percent of our clientele consists of regulars”
The TD ran into Robb Krehbiel and Jennifer Koska, two of the homecoming royalty candidates at the carnival on Wednesday.
Drake students and alumni work locally on productions in Des Monies Playhouse