Graziano Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges

November 18, 2014 6:00 PM

STORY BY COLE NORUM   Mark Graziano, Drake University graduate and co-owner of the cherished local establishment Peggy’s Tavern pleaded guilty this month to a federal charges of conspiracy to distribute illegal drugs and tax evasion. His plea came after an April indictment on 18 federal charges, the culmination of […]

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Performers Share Cultures at International Night

November 12, 2014 6:00 AM

STORY BY ANGELA UFHEIL Students at Drake University traveled the world in one evening on Saturday. International Night, the annual show organized by the International Student Association (ISA), took place Nov. 9 in Sheslow Auditorium. For $2, students and members of the Des Moines community enjoyed traditional performances and a […]

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Bulldog Madness Basketball Program a Success

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Basketball programs draws attendance

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‘Live Blue’ Campaign Shows Student’s Spirit

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STORY BY KATE HAVENS “How do you live blue?” is a question that went around campus last week for Live Blue week. Live Blue was a time to show school pride and to reflect on what living blue means to students.  One of the students who organized Live Blue, senior […]

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Tuition Raises Compared to Last Year

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STORY BY PAIGE ERNSTE  Tuition and fees at Drake increase each year. From spring semester to the current fall, undergraduate tuition  has increased by $683. Tuition is broken down into the following categories: undergraduate tuition, graduate and professional programs tuition, fees, housing and meal plans. The fees category is broken […]

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Bakari Addresses Senate on Finals Anxiety, Counseling Services

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STORY BY COLE NORUM Dean of Students Sentwali Bakari used the beginning of his weekly administrative report to remind Student Senate about the pressures of finals. Bakari said that an increased number of students are visiting the counseling center with a tremendous amount of stress, anxiety and depression. “For some […]

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