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.

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.

South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg is polling better in Iowa than any of the other early-voting primary states, and he will bring his campaign to Iowa State for the first time since February.

When people visit Iowa State, they might notice the many trees that line the sidewalks and cover central campus. In the fall, all the trees begin the process of losing their leaves. What most people don't know is where all of the leaves go.

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.

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.

The Iowa State Bacon Expo hosted its seventh annual event for Iowa State students and their families to learn more about the swine industry and enjoy all kinds of bacon Saturday at the Jeff and Deb Hansen Agricultural Student Learning Center.

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