The Des Moines Farmers Market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to noon, rain or shine, in the historic Court Avenue District in downtown Des Moines until October 25. The Des Moines Farmers Market is one of the best in the nation. It was recognized by Midwest Living […]
Articles by: MOLLY LONGMAN
Bulldog Paws allows students to connect and reach out to the community by volunteering at animal shelters.
This semester, Drake University social sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma sold rubber band “loom” bracelets in honor of a young boy’s struggle with Spitzoid Melanoma.
Last year during the Drake Relays, the Alumni Association’s booth handed out a series of four buttons, one of them displaying the logo of the local Peggy’s Tavern.
Choosing to eat healthy can be an expensive endeavor.
Not all college students are satisfied getting drunk through traditional means anymore
Drake University’s campus is draped in purple rather than blue this week to raise awareness for Drake’s Relay for Life.
Reporter supports cause, fuels discussion about role of opinion in media coverage
Speakers Rachel DeSchepper and Tanner Stransky packed the Cowles Library Reading Room at Drake University so full with people Wednesday night that extra chairs had to be brought in.
Kansas bill’s supporters say it protects their First Amendment rights
On, Feb. 18 and Feb. 18 the event “Haunted History: Take a Walk on the Black Side” will take place at Drake University in the Upper Olmsted Center.
Several faculty members and the provost at Drake University are working to make it possible for first-year students to participate in J-term.
Chevy, American Cancer Society unite to raise money
Students on Drake University’s Campus are celebrating No-Shave November with enthusiasm.
‘Tis the season to be creepy. However, creepy comes at a cost, and we’re all broke college kids here.