The Times-Delphic

The Times-Delphic

Drake students rob graves in late 1800s

A grave robbery had just shaken the community, and this wasn’t the first time

Setting the pace for scholarship, competition

One of the largest grocery store chains in the Midwest will serve as the presenting sponsor for the Drake Relays. 

Addiction to electronic growing

Being too ‘plugged-in’ causes adverse health effects

Dancing to make dreams of school a reality

Drake University students to participate in third annual Belize Dance Marathon

Pre-Obama speakers excite crowds

Three speakers — including a Drake alum — brought out cheers for the President before he spoke

Free cab services helpful for students, fun for drivers

Not too many people can say they’ve shuttled a flock of tutu wearing football players around, but for Carol Grethen, it’s just another Saturday night.

Beneath the paint: a tradition of color

The year was 1975 and due to an uninterested student population SAB was getting rid of two of its oldest traditions – the Most Eligible Bachelor and the Miss Drake Relays competitions. In an effort to try something new, SAB concocted a new Relays event, one that would go on to outlast all competitions that had come before it. Thus, street painting was born.