DMU student kicks off campaign for a good cause

As posted previously on the Dose of DMU blog, osteopathic medical student Melissa Deer is working hard to raise funds …

Enjoy a smorgasbord of food for thought

The World Food Prize (WFP) is the foremost international award recognizing the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development …

Student seeks ‘Woman of the Year’ title for a good cause

Fourth-year osteopathic medical student Melissa Deer says many of the patients she’s interacted with have positively influenced her amid the …

Des Moines is cool – everyone says so

The “Today” show didn’t tell us anything we proud Des Moines residents know, but we’re delighted to brag about it: …

Slavery: it’s probably in your town, too

The following facts should cause us all to be shocked into action: Sex trafficking is estimated to be more than …

Staying on the farm

Couple makes a commitment to Iowa You would never expect a Minnesota native to be awarded a scholarship recognizing a …

Is Des Moines “age-friendly”? Find out Dec. 10

In 2011, Des Moines became the third U.S. city (following Portland, OR, and New York City) to join the World …

DMU students take walks, sleep outside to help others

This fall, Maggi Schutte, D.P.T.’16, invited her classmates to join her in supporting an organization she loves, St. Jude Children’s …

Get your promenade on

It is my favorite time of year combined with one of my favorite neighborhoods in Des Moines – the East …

Winter market

Obsessed with the Downtown Farmers’ Market during the summer months? Having withdrawals already? Then you’re in luck because I have …

Hit the ice

With a chill in the air and the first flakes falling earlier this week, it seems fitting that today would …

Scarlet fever

Tomorrow hundreds of ladies dressed in red will descend upon the DMU campus for one big cause: the American Heart …