More than 1,500 journalists visited Drake University prior to the Iowa caucuses, broadcasting on-campus events to a global audience. Reporters, producers, and on-air personalities were impressed with the character of our students, the beauty of our campus, and the personality of this community.

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The Huffington Post

10/18/2015
“It kind of goes to my head a little bit, going to school in Des Moines… The candidates are just so accessible.” — These Iowa students say Clinton won the debate, but it won’t change the race

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National Public Radio

11/15/2015
“My whole college experience is really kind of based around this year and this caucus. I’ve been at this school three years, and I’ve been involved in politics in Iowa. That’s pretty unique and exciting…” — Reflections on a campus visit

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ABC World News Tonight

1/30/2016
“We came to Drake University to ask that burning question: What the heck is a caucus?” — What the heck is a caucus

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The Des Moines Register

11/13/2015
“The benefits are so numerous it would be impossible to measure. Our banner is going to be flying on all these broadcasts.” — Drake University enjoying debate spotlight

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Mashable

11/16/2015
“Isabella Barrett, 18, was practically in tears. She looked up at the podiums where Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Martin O’Malley would be standing only a few hours later, and thought, ‘One day, I could be here.’” — Young political junkies move to Iowa, not Washington D.C. for college

Audio & Video

NPR “Going There” with Michele Martin - 11/10/2015

The Yahoo Conference on Technology & Politics - 11/11/2015

CBS News Democratic National Committee debate - 11/14/2015

Iowa Brown & Black Presidential Forum - 1/11/2016

 

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Brown and Black Forum
Brown & Black Forum
What's a Caucus?
What's a Caucus?
Democratic Town Hall at Drake University
CNN Town Hall
Vote America with Ben Carson
BET/Vote America Now – Dr. Ben Carson
Iowa Caucus Night at Drake 2016
Caucus Night
Democratic Debate at Drake University
Democratic Debate Week at Drake
Yahoo! Digital Democracy Conference
The Yahoo Conference on Technology & Politics
#NPRYouthVote with MIchel Martin
NPR Presents: Going There with Michel Martin
CNN Focus Group at Drake University
CNN Debate Night Focus Group

 

All photos are available on Drake University's flickr page.

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While Drake was mentioned more than 20,000 times across print, digital, and broadcast news outlets, much of the conversation took place on social media. Twitter played a particularly influential role in the presidential election cycle.

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