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Student Government hosted its first meeting of the new Senate Wednesday, where the new Senate was seated and members were confirmed.
Businessman turned politician Vicente Fox, the former president of Mexico, will talk Thursday about the relations between the United States and Mexico in the era of Trump.
The Board of Regents has made an addition to its Thursday agenda.
Any of the three proposed budget recommendations for Iowa's Regent universities will continue a trend that has tuition playing a larger role in higher education funding than state appropriations.
Student Government will confirm members of cabinet and seat members of the Senate Wednesday in its first meeting of the new Senate.
Twelve years ago, 32 people were killed in the deadliest school shooting in America — a country where gun rights are uniquely enshrined in its founding documents. Rhetorically, the response to such crimes is instant and widespread. The legislative response, however, is far different.
Student Government is sponsoring the OneLove: Escalation Workshop, from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Pioneer Room of the Memorial Union.
Ames City Council will meet Tuesday to discuss illicit massage therapists and sex trafficking in the area.
Eric Swalwell, represenative of California’s 15th congressional district and 2020 presidential candidate, chose Iowa State as his first Iowa campaign stop Thursday.
Iowa State student and community leaders assembled to celebrate the inauguration of the new Student Government president and vice president.
Campustown is becoming increasingly notorious for its complicated parking situations.
In its April meeting, the Board of Regents plans to discuss various points such as the annual faculty tenure report and state audit reports. The Board of Regents will also review the initiative by Iowa State to award an honorary Doctor of Science degree to Robert Easter.
Student Government discussed transparency, an issue with a previous presidential candidate and a resolution to bring scooters to campus at their Wednesday meeting.
Student Government leadership will be changing hands as Austin Graber and Vishesh Bhatia take their places as student body president and vice president of Iowa State at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Ames City Council discussed the details of the Healthy Life Center plan and recognized Ames organizations at its Tuesday night meeting.
Student Government hosted a Civic Engagement 101 event to prepare students for the 2020 election cycle Tuesday in the Pioneer Room of the Memorial Union.
As the end of the spring term draws near, Faculty Senate is still at work with more improvements to Iowa State. This week's meeting included updates on the WorkCyte/Workday transition, new majors and minors, renaming degrees and the free speech bill passed by the Iowa Legislature.
The Board of Regents will meet April 18, but a first reading of 2019-20 tuition rates is not currently on the meeting agenda due to a lack of certainty regarding the state budget.
Student Government will introduce bylaw changes and a recommendation to bring a scooter service to campus at their Wednesday meeting.
Juan Bibiloni will lead the final Student Government meeting of his term as vice president on Wednesday night.
An update on the Healthy Life Center will be provided during Tuesday’s city council meeting.
New beginnings are central to the upcoming Faculty Senate meeting Tuesday in which the Senate will discuss new majors and minors, as well as council chair nominations for the upcoming academic year.
Within the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights lies the freedom of speech — the fundamental principle in creating a society that allows citizens to voice their opinions and ideas without government intervention. This week, the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication will celebrate the First Amendment freedoms.
Student Government debated bylaw changes and funded One Love’s Escalation Workshop at their meeting Wednesday.
Author and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson delivered a lecture on love and politics Tuesday in the Memorial Union.
Representatives of RDG Planning & Design took the time during Tuesday’s Ames City Council meeting to have a workshop discussing the Ames Plan 2040.
Student Government will introduce several resolutions aimed at sustainability, funding eligibility and the Multicultural Liaison Officer’s Pop-Up Shop at their meeting Wednesday.
Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, will make his Iowa State debut 6 p.m. Wednesday at the M-Shop in the Memorial Union.
Author and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson will deliver a lecture at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial Union.
The mass shooting at the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand that has left 50 dead and 50 injured has raised questions about how extremists use the Internet and how the actions or inactions of giant tech companies affect the spread of hateful ideologies, such as white supremacy.
The Center for Rural Affairs and the League of Women Voters of Ames & Story County will host a forum with local leaders 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Ames City Hall.
Since campaigning for the 2020 presidential race has begun, an old debate has been revived: should the United States continue using the electoral college system?
The flooding disaster in the Midwest has been making headlines for weeks as Iowa and other states have been hit with some of the worst flooding they have ever seen.
Gov. Kim Reynolds has signed a "free speech" bill allowing student organizations at Iowa’s public universities to bar members of the LGBTQIA+ community and other identities from leadership positions.
A recent executive order signed by President Donald Trump aims to threaten federal funding at any public university that does not support the first amendment.
The long-awaited report on the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election was completed Friday.
After a two week break, Ames City Council will meet Tuesday to discuss issues involving further conference on rental regulations, additional resources for the CyRide Buses and the next reading of the ordinance requesting to increase water rates.