Trigger warning: suicide While Professor Philippe Buhlmann was in high school, his business teacher committed suicide over Christmas […]
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On the corner of Clark and Berwyn in Andersonville, a Chicagoland neighborhood, old-timey music from the ‘60s drifts in […]
The floors of The Plant are cleaned with beer. Okay, not beer, per se. More like leftover beer […]
Director of Public Safety at Drake University, Scott Law, speaks to logistics and legal aspects of Bulldog Alerts in a class-simulated press conference. This occurred in February 2017 when a gun shot was heard across the street from campus, outside of an upper class residence hall.
Growing up idolizing Kate Hudson’s character in “Almost Famous,” Stephanie Kocer knew her end goal: becoming a music journalist. After graduating from Drake University with a magazine major and many published words to back her credibility, she found herself in a marketing-oriented job in the sports industry — and not the kind you might expect.
Britney Leighs and her husband Jake wanted children, but couldn’t get pregnant. They tried and tried. It was let down after let down. Then: a miscarriage. It was devastating. They tried to continuously foster children, but it wasn’t for them. And they kept going back to various doctors, though all they got was the same, monotone result — you’re unable to have kids. So after years of marriage it was just the two of them.
In the midst of the Drake Relays, seniors are reflecting on their last few weeks as Drake University bulldogs and what their time here has meant to them.