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Fall 2003 Events and Activities

Eurosim: Simulation Game on the European Community

Twelve Drake students will participate in Eurosim program in the Netherlands on January 8-24, 2004.
Sponsor: CGC, Department of Politics and International Relations and Eurosim

Hunger Banquet
Sponsors: Better Safer World, Amnesty International, Honors Students Council, La Fuerza Latina, International Students Association, CGC.

International Night - Cultural Show and Dinner
Sponsor: International Students Association

"Far from Hitler: Iowa's Connections to Nazi Germany"
Michael Luick-Thrams, PHD, Director of Traces
Sponsor: CGC

"America's Changing Image Abroad"
David Skidmore
Sponsor: Drake Alumni Association

"Latinos and the Media: Images and participation of the nation's new majority minority in the communication industry."
Federico Subervi, Director of the Latinos and Media Project
Sponsors: School of Journalism and Mass Communication, College of Business and Public Administration, Deans of Students, CGC

"Immigrants, Refugees and the New Iowans Program"
Dr. Mark Gray
Sponsors: CGC and Department for the Study of Culture and Society.

"Geopolitics and Global Trade"
Eric Shimp, Strategic Business Consultant, Hunton and Williams; formerly with U.S. State Department (FSO) and Office of the United States Trade Representative.
Sponsor: CGC

"International Careers"
David Skidmore, Director of the Center for Global Citizenship
Career Day panel.
Sponsors: CGC and Career Center

"America Abroad: A Discussion of America's International Role"
Panel of writers from University of Iowa's International Writer's Program
Sponsors: Writers and Critics Series, Drake Center for the Humanities.

Drake Model United Nations Team
Organizer: Professor Debra DeLaet
Sponsors: CGC and Department of Politics and International Relations

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University News
February 15, 2018
Drake University Theatre’s upcoming repertory showcase features two full-length, mainstage productions that vary significantly in style and message. The shows run Feb. 22-25.