Planned Parenthood finds itself in a battle with Republicans as President Donald Trump’s administration implements new guidelines on abortion.
As students are beginning to move into their apartments, some may be recovering from homelessness due to a leasing gap, a period between one l…
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Iowa State offers many different opportunities for cultural engagement: museums, a sculpture garden, the first building on campus, artwork surrounding campus buildings and lots of green space. However, many students often overlook the abundance of artwork that sets Iowa State apart from other college campuses.
Rep. Steve King, R-Storm Lake, has brought Iowa’s 4th Congressional District under the spotlight, with international attention being given to his comments on rape and incest Wednesday.
All bets are on as Iowa is set to legalize sports gambling at noon Thursday.
Ames City Council unanimously approved three memorandums and a lease agreement in preparation for the construction of the Healthy Life Center in its Aug. 13 meeting. Ames voters will decide on the $29 million bond issue for the center’s construction on Sept. 10.
The race for the Republican nomination in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District includes multiple candidates, with incumbent Rep. Steve King, R-Storm Lake, facing his first primary challengers since he first ran for the House in 2002.
Sorority recruitment week, commonly known as “Rush Week”, will begin Friday. Iowa State's Collegiate Panhellenic Council — a collective representative of 17 sororities on campus — said this is a week in which recruits will face the “most important decisions that [they] will make during [their] undergraduate years."
Ames is known for many things, from its Cyclone pride to the Main Street events. The city is also known for its intense coffee culture and, so many people have different specific tastes, ranging from an iced americano to a vanilla latte with two pumps of caramel.
The Ames City Council will convene Tuesday to review a request from Iowa State on cooperation between the City and the university on their Principles of Community Campaign.
There are two seasons in the Midwest—winter and construction—and Ames is still in the heat of construction season.
The FDA has issued warning letters to four e-liquid and hookah companies informing them that 44 of their products cannot legally be sold in the United States.
Construction for the Ames Miracle Playground and Field is underway to help cater to the needs of over 500 children with disabilities in the Ames community.
UPDATE: Bullock's event in Ames was cancelled so he could attend a forum on gun control in Des Moines.
The Iowa State Fair got off to a hot start, with tens of thousands of people streaming through the fairgrounds and the Democrat who has caught the most fire in the race for president so far — former Vice President Joe Biden — attracting at least several hundred fairgoers to hear him speak.
The Ames Foundation will host a groundbreaking for the Miracle League Field and All-inclusive playground 10 a.m. Saturday at Inis Grove Park, 24th and Duff Avenue. There will be a formal ceremony featuring presentations, introduction the major funders and key figures for the project.
Some people believe students from larger high schools are more prepared for college than those who attended smaller high schools because they might have had access to AP classes, dual credit courses or better instruction. However, this is not the case.
Recent changes to the 17th annual 515 Alive Music Festival have some fans and attendees upset.
Stacey Wertzberger is a "woman to watch" not only in the food industry but as a mother of three, an athlete and an academic adviser. The idea of "do the hard things" has become her mantra throughout her personal, family and professional life.
This year’s iteration of the Iowa State Fair will include contributions from Iowa State, along with a litany of other attractions and the quadrennial visit to the fair by a multitude of presidential candidates.
Voting rights advocates around the country held candle-light vigils Tuesday night, demanding Congress restore protections of the 1965 Voting Rights Act (VRA).
The former mayor of Iowa City and an Iowa State Extension associate program director, Ross Wilburn, will represent Campustown and the Iowa State campus in the state legislature.
J.D. Scholten’s second bid for a seat in Congress follows a close loss to Rep. Steve King, R-Storm Lake, in 2018.
The League of Women Voters of Iowa will host a candlelight vigil Tuesday to illuminate the Supreme Court's decision in Shelby County v. Holder and its impact on the 1965 Voting Rights Act (VRA).
The Ames Police Department is investigating a suspected armed robbery that took place early Monday at Doc’s Stop, 2720 E. 13th Street.
There have been more mass shootings in the United States than any other country in the world in the post World War II era.
Whether your favorite book is War and Peace or Harry Potter, reading for pleasure can sometimes be hard for students. If you can squeeze in some reading time between classes, here are some books from a few genres that one might not usually consider.
The regent university presidents spoke to the Board of Regents during their meeting Thursday with Iowa State President Wendy Wintersteen, saying she was surprised at the drop in international student enrollment.
CyRide will purchase new buses with electric batteries with funds it received from a federal grant.
Featuring the most diverse presidential debate stage in American history, the second night of the second Democratic presidential debate Wednesday seems set to have less of an impact than the first debate.
After 11 weeks of development, new and upcoming entrepreneurs will present their business plans to the Ames community.
The Board of Regents meeting for August is anticipated to be brief, but will cover a few items related to Iowa State.
The first night of the second Democratic presidential debate featured a matchup of moderates versus progressives.
Ames Mayor John Haila proclaimed the week of Aug. 11-17 as American Wind Week on Tuesday.
Two new programs will launch this week as a way to help workers and alumni grow in their careers.
Iowa was one of the last states to join the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC), and every year, its membership generates savings for the state.
The second round of Democratic presidential debates is set to begin this week, and for some candidates, it may be their last opportunity to get their message out to a national audience.
A weekend packed with good deals and new furniture for many students has also created an opportunity to reduce the number of items falling into the waste cycle.
The former director of the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) has a now-well-known love for the late-rapper Tupac, but that is apparently not the reason for his dismissal by Gov. Kim Reynolds.
Warmer waters are one of the key ingredients for the development of more intense tropical cyclones, and climate change caused by human activity is warming Earth’s oceans.
Aboard an aircraft carrier, the average age of a sailor is 19 and a half years old, and Presidential candidate and former Rep. Joe Sestak, D-Pa., “loved” the sea the most of the aspects of being in the navy.
Ghost stories are a household staple at every sleepover, most often about some neighborhood rumors. In 2014, Iowa State was named the fifth-most-haunted campus in the Midwest from eerie noises at the Memorial Union to the strange movement at Farm House Museum.
Young people rallied to Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign in 2016, amid his calls for public colleges and universities to be free.
The new director of information security at Information Technology Services (ITS) is Rich Tener.