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See who turned out for distinctlyDrake Chicago [photos/video]

See who turned out for distinctlyDrake Chicago [photos/video]

Chicagoland alumni gathered at the The JW Marriott on April 8 to experience a distinctlyDrake evening in the Windy City.

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Strength in Numbers

Strength in Numbers

“Drake is uniquely positioned to achieve ambitious goals that would have been unimaginable just a few years ago. And now, we have plans in place to act on our collective hard work to benefit the future of countless students.”

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Parting Thoughts

Parting Thoughts

In the future, students will live in a world that requires an awareness of global events and the ability to understand and interact with people from other cultures. Indeed, it is already a reality that events around the globe have significant implications for every citizen of the United States.

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Collective strength: what does it look like?

Collective strength: what does it look like?

Drake Blue talked to a cross section of faculty and staff to find out how the concept of collective strength — the power of faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends working together toward a shared goal — plays out in their own areas.

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distinctlyDrake heads West

distinctlyDrake heads West

While enjoying the pink and orange sunset over Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona, Drake University alumni and friends celebrated their Drake connections and the progress of distinctlyDrake. The gathering at the Phoenician Resort, which took place March 18, is one of several distinctlyDrake events that will happen across the country over the next few years. […]

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A lifelong love affair

A lifelong love affair

For Morrison, the 93-year-old memory keeper, his fountain of youth is the passion he feels for a community that he was born to love. Morrison’s parents met at Drake around the turn of the 20th century. His father, Marion, started the University’s first history club. Morrison feels his urge to take notes and organize information for posterity runs in his veins.

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