Iowa served as a launching pad for several presidential campaigns, and the stopping point for many others.
This week, events across Iowa State will focus on two things — women and business.
The ISU Opera Studio will present a lively take on the story of Cinderella through excerpts from Pauline Viardot’s “Cendrillon” during this we…
Members of the Panhellenic community screamed their hearts out at Yell Like Hell on Saturday.
Iowa State is celebrating National Transfer Student Week for the first time Oct. 21 through 25. To start the week, there will be a kickoff event 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Campanile Room of the Memorial Union.
The Multicultural Center in Memorial Union now has three new cultural affinity spaces for Iowa State students and staff to utilize.
At this week's Feminist Friday, attendees had a chance to discuss the use of language surrounding non-binary identities.
On Thursday night, the Ames Public Library hosted their monthly board of trustees meeting to receive public feedback on an event they host called the All Ages Drag Show.
A non-partisan mock caucus was put together by an events class late Thursday at Iowa State.
For the fifth time, the Ames Public Library will be hosting its All Ages Drag Show where people of all ages can perform.
With a chilly week coming to an end, students and faculty can come together in the Sloss House at this week’s Feminist Friday. Danny Cook, senior in communication studies, will be leading this week's discussion on understanding the meaning of non-binary.
Editor’s note: This is part three in our weekly mental health series “Talk About It.” Sensitive content may follow.
Civil rights activist and long-serving Congressman Elijah Cummings died early Thursday at the age of 68.
Disability Awareness Week is winding down here at Iowa State, with only a few events left in the series.
There are more than 26,000 American undergraduate students at Iowa State.
On Oct. 8, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments over ongoing cases on whether the federal law that bars sex discrimination in employment applies to LGBTQIA+ employees.
Pete Buttigieg brought his campaign to Iowa State and discussed what he said is the current corruption in the United States’ government and how his presidency would unite the country.
Student Government sat at-larges, the Student Initiatives committee discussed funding requests for clubs and organizations and hired a new technician during Wednesday night’s meeting.
In February, the Ames Public Library is hosting the Black Arts and Music Festival to increase awareness and appreciation of African and African American visual and performing artists in the community.
With Disability Awareness Week in full swing, Morgan Tweed, the new president of the Alliance for Disability Awareness (ADA) club, is excited to help bridge the gap between students with disabilities and students without disabilities.
Twelve candidates took the stage for the Democratic presidential debate Tuesday.
The field of candidates still in the race for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination is the most diverse lineup history has seen.
The fourth Democratic debate late Tuesday featured a record number of candidates, 12 in total, on stage.
Chris Lintott, astrophysics professor at the University of Oxford and research fellow at New College, taught students and public alike how to examine stars and find planet life Tuesday in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
The day her husband got down on one knee to propose to her was the day she started noticing signs of abuse. Beverly Gooden, social activist and creator of the #WhyIStayed movement, shared her story of domestic violence and gave advice to students Tuesday in the Memorial Union.
Gender is a complicated concept that can be confusing for those who aren't educated over the subject.
The Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity envisions a campus community that works collaboratively to create an environment that supports and promotes gender equity and social justice at Iowa State, according to their website.
Candidates come in and out of Iowa, the field becomes smaller and campaign advertisements infiltrate social media feeds and television — a sign of the nearing election.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will be seating at-larges, discussing funding for various university organizations and looking into hiring a new technician.
2019 Tony award-winning set designer Rachel Hauck will give a presentation on navigating the world of art as a woman at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, this week’s Monday Monologue featured Rita Mookerjee, assistant teaching professor of women’s and gender studies, reading selections from her book “Becoming the Bronze Idol.” The book is composed of authentic poetry with feminist vibes.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Green Dot will be hosting a lecture on domestic and relationship violence.
ISU WellBeing, with assistance from Occupational Medicine, is sponsoring a flu shot clinic for university employees this month. The clinic will be open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m through Friday in room 205 of the Technical and Administrative Services Facility. Appointments may be required after Friday.
Disability Awareness Week is kicking off at Iowa State to educate students about various disabilities and how those who are disabled are affected by it.
Students and the public are welcome to learn how to hunt for planets from home with the presentation, “How to Find a Planet Without Leaving Your Couch,” at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
Iowa State’s campus strives for accessibility, and students with disabilities on campus have spoken up about whether the university is reaching that goal.
One Iowa State professor recently delved into the world of motherhood to find out why mothers treat other mothers the way they do.
Alpha Omicron Pi and Ames Area Running Club hosted their annual Run for the Roses race early Sunday at Ames Middle school.
Gov. Kim Reynolds issued a proclamation in 2018 declaring that the second Monday in October be acknowledged as “Indigenous Peoples' Day” in Iowa.
Regarding the impeachment inquiry it faces, the White House said Tuesday it would not cooperate with an effort “to overturn the results of the 2016 election.”
According to CBS News, 15 percent of the world's population, roughly 785 million people, have a physical or mental disability. During Disability Awareness Week, Iowa State is taking the initiative to educate people and support those with disabilities.
Simon Groot, honored with the 2019 World Food Prize, will present the 2019 Norman Borlaug lecture "First: The Seed" at 8 p.m. Monday in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
Since President Donald Trump was elected in 2016, he has maintained a steady approval rating.