religion Tag

By Makena Schoene Blog & Social Media Coordinator, The Drake Community Press It’s been an eventful month for the Drake Community Press! On Thursday, April 6th, 2017, DCP unveiled our final product to the world - A Spectrum of Faith, our collaborative effort with the Des Moines Area Religious...

By Makena Schoene Blog & Social Media Coordinator, The Drake Community Press  In honor of tonight’s book launch of A Spectrum of Faith, DCP would like to showcase the many talents of the evening’s keynote speaker, Eboo Patel. Festivities will be held in Parents Hall, located in...

By Makena Schoene Blog & Social Media Coordinator, The Drake Community Press As a digital media production and music major at Drake University, Anna is no stranger to the arts. Capturing the life and diversity of a multicultural world through the lens of her video camera, Anna...

By Makena Schoene Blog and Social Media Coordinator, The Drake Community Press  If you haven’t heard of a Google Doodle, you probably aren’t alone. But you’ve probably seen the various transformations the Google logo acquires when we run the popular search engine. Almost a month ago, the...

By Makena Schoene Blog & Social Media Coordinator, The Drake Community Press  We are in the season of change. A new year has been ushered in, as well as a new administration. On January 20th, 2017, Donald J. Trump was inaugurated, taking the Oval Office as the 45th...

By Shea Seiff Research Assistant, The Comparison Project Three hundred footsteps fell in time to the traditional bhajan songs echoing through Parent’s Hall the evening of November 15, 2017. The Interfaith and Multicultural Fair, hosted by the Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC), The Comparison Project, and the Drake...

By Makena Schoene Blog & Social Media Coordinator, Student Editor, The Drake Community Press Education is all about connecting subjects and material to real life. For Professor Tim Knepper, the director of The Comparison Project at Drake University, connecting the dots between the classroom and the religious...