U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, has been criticized for a controversial Facebook post Sunday mocking a Parkland shooting survivor for a patch of…
Speakers and activists took part in the March for Our Lives protest over the weekend in Des Moines, despite inclement weather.
A little over a month later, the events of the Parkland shooting seem to be in the past, but the aftershocks are far from over.
Julian Neely and Juan Bibiloni have been elected as Student Government’s next president and vice president respectively, according to election…
The Trump administration planned to end the Obama-era executive order known as DACA on March 5 unless Congress passed more permanent legislati…
During his first State of the Union address, Trump spoke of unity ditching his previous rhetoric.
From Washington to Trump, Iowa State political science professors feel the State of the Union address has drifted from its original purpose.
One down, three (or more) left to go.
One international student came back to the United States to start his semester, but his return was less than welcoming.
Rithana Mompremier, sophomore in agricultural engineering, made three moves with her family back and forth from the United States and Haiti, all before the age of six. Once returning back to Haiti at the age of six, Mompremier lived stayed in Haiti until she turned 18 and returned to the United States to pursue her undergraduate degree.
One Iowa State alumnus was recently named as one of 31 nonprofit leaders from across the U.S. to participate in the Allstate Foundation Greater Good Nonprofit Leadership Program.
The Trump administration will end a humanitarian program, known as Temporary Protected Status (TPS), for Salvadorans. After September 2019, nearly 200,000 Salvadoran TPS beneficiaries will no longer have the permission to stay in the United States.
On Dec. 6, Time Magazine released its “Person of the Year” issue, honoring a person for significant accomplishments over the last year.
Congressman Steve King (R-Ia) visited the Ames Chamber of Commerce on Monday to update members on activities in Washington D.C. and field questions.
Terror struck America’s gambling capital Oct. 1 when Stephen Paddock opened fire into a crowd of 22,000 country music fans from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas.
On Tuesday, the House of Representatives voted to ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Three questions served as the focal topic of the fourth Campus Conversation Tuesday in 198 Parks Library:
The fourth campus conversation open to Iowa State students, faculty and staff and Iowa State community, will take place Tuesday in room 198 in Parks Library.
Cole Willson, an Iowa State student born and raised in Las Vegas, stayed up until well past 4 a.m. Monday morning following the news of the Las Vegas mass shooting as it broke and continued to check in with his loved ones at home.
For the past 25 years, antiracist writer and educator, Tim Wise has dedicated his life speaking across the nation to audiences ranging from corporate to the media.
In a quickly changing world, many in rural America are feeling left behind and are facing hardships in today’s political and economic reality.
Concerned allies, inquisitive students, faculty, staff members and those impacted filled Room 198 in Parks Library on Thursday afternoon for the “Know Your Rights” Informational Forum. This forum occurred following the decision of President Donald Trump to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, which was put in place through an executive order by former President Barack Obama.
For most of Erin Pederson’s life, diversity has been embedded in her. Pederson said that she has been aware of people’s struggles in the world for as long as she can remember.
With an event such as Hurricane Harvey, people around the country feel drawn to help out.
In the aftermath of white nationalist protests and counter-protests in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, Interim Iowa State President Benjamin Allen wants the community to know: Hatred, racism, and bigotry have no place at Iowa State University.
University student leaders across the country – including Iowa State Student Body President Cody West – are joining in solidarity to condemn the actions in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.
Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement brought together progressive activists and community members.
The ruling by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was upheld on Tuesday in a 2-1 decision. The First Amendment right of NORML had been violated in the decision by administration to prevent production of a t-shirt including Cy and a marijuana leaf.
President Trump reversed former President Obama's decision to join the Paris Climate Accord, which set goals for global climate care.
Senator Joni Ernst's third annual Roast and Ride was a slice of rural Iowa, with Republicans there to celebrate grassroots politics.
Trump addressed withdrawing from the Climate Accord on Thursday, saying "withdrawing ... won't matter much to the climate."
The budget is receiving a lot of attention for cuts and defense spending. It also includes student loan reform and paid parental leave.
Branstad spoke in front of the Foreign Relations Committee on becoming an ambassador.
Dirk Deam, professor of political science at Iowa State, is running a campaign on the principle of giving better representation to Iowa’s 4th District.
Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) is facing backlash after a Sunday tweet that many believe is criticizing foreigners and immigrants.
House Republicans announced their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, with the American Health Care Act.
Iowa State political science professors Steffen Schmidt and Dirk Deam weighed in on how they thought President Donald Trump fared in addressing Congress for the first time.
President Donald Trump addressed a joint session of Congress and the nation on Tuesday in hope of promoting a “softening on both sides” between congressional members, especially in relation to the president’s recent proposal for a compromise on the immigration travel ban.
Keisha Blain, history professor and co-author of “Charleston Syllabus,” opened her lecture Monday night in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union by giving a brief account of what happened the night of June 17, 2015, in Charleston, South Carolina.
A bill introduced last month to the Iowa Senate hopes to change the face of Iowa public education and provide students with more variety in their educational choices.