Tenure as editor-in-chief hard to explain as year comes to a close
Articles by: TAYLOR SOULE
Drake avenges last year’s MVC loss
Importance of reputation deters student violence
Courard-Hauri realized it wasn’t enough to vote for the right people. He had to get involved.
It’s seeking accreditation through the Public Relations Student Society of America’s Certification for Education in Public Relations (CEPR) program.
Amid all the awkward dancing, commotion and quote-board-worthy chatter, we created an amazing paper.
Taylor-trademark expressions like, “What in the name of corn on the cob?” and, “Good gravy!” pepper any chat with me.
I eat a bowl of Quaker oatmeal every morning.
Austin wins 3k and 5k, named championship’s co-Most Valuable Athlete
Wait, it’s only Feb. 24? Though 2014 began a month ago, I feel I’ve learned more in that time than I have, well, ever.
Sodexo, CBS to collaborate on second celebration dinner
The Drake men’s tennis team beat a pair of opponents in convincing fashion on Friday, improving the Bulldogs’ record to 4-3 on the season.
He was more than a professor. He was Rick.
With my 21st birthday approaching on Sunday, I can’t help but reflect — on the fall, on my Drake University career so far and now, on (nearly) one-half of my tenure as Times-Delphic editor-in-chief.
Senior Robin Goodman and junior Ravi Patel became the first doubles team in Drake history to earn a coveted berth in the Nov. 7-8 ITA National Indoor Championships in Flushing, N.Y.