The Iowa Board of Regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday to discuss various initiatives that affect Iowa State students and the community of Ames.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will address student demands to prevent racism on campus, discuss a constitutional amendment …
Implementations of reforms following the campus climate survey performed two years ago continue to move forward as student efforts to speak ou…
Wednesday night, Student Government passed a bill censuring the Department of Residence for their reaction time and statements on issues regarding recent events.
Student Government passed a bill regarding events impacting the Department of Residence, funded club and organization requests and reviewed bills regarding internal matters at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Student Government will be reviewing a bill Wednesday night that addresses recent controversial events and similar events on campus from past years.
All of Ames’ solid waste will be going to the landfill due to power plant boiler tube failures.
Below is information about the five candidates running for the Ames City Council. Three candidates are running to represent Ward 4, one is running to represent Ward 2 and one is running to be an at-large.
Bronwyn Beatty-Hansen, one of Ames’ current at-large representatives, is running for re-election to the Ames City Council.
Local elections in Story County have a very low voter-participation rate, lacking both student and adult voter turnout, according to the city of Ames.
Halloween is today, and the Ames and Iowa State community have planned festivities for the spooky night.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will examine funding for a variety of university organizations, reviewing a debt contract and looking into calling for a special election.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) updated their website with the assistance of Jack Polifka, systems analyst in the Graduate College and former GPSS senator from 2014 to 2015.
During the first half of the Iowa State versus Oklahoma State football game, a fan fell from the second deck of Jack Trice Stadium, falling onto fans below.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) website has undergone major revisions in the past six months that have made the website more user friendly.
Student Government was visited by Iowa State students to examine racism on campus, met with Ames City Council and funded club and organization requests at Wednesday night’s meeting.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This article previously incorrectly stated that Senior Vice President of Student Affairs Martino Harmon said the situation was an internal matter. He said the situation was a personnel matter. The error is now corrected. The Daily regrets this error.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will be joined by Ames City Council to discuss bills and orders with the organization, examine funding for a variety of university groups and look into two debt contracts.
"Bravo III", a contemporary piece of art, underwent restoration in late September to bring back the piece’s charm and color.
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.
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.
The issues women face when seeking elected office were discussed in a lecture Thursday at Iowa State.
Student government sat senators to the Inter-Residence Hall Association (IRHA) and the Green Initiatives Fund, funded a variety of student organizations and passed a bill allowing the waiver of bylaws during Wednesday night’s meeting.
Voters value experience when choosing a candidate for president, but they also have concerns about the age of the people they are voting for. According to polls, many Americans say age is an important factor in determining which presidential candidate to support.
The 2018 midterm election resulted in the highest number of women elected to Congress in history. Now, the 2020 presidential field features the highest number of women to ever seek the White House.
Parks Library underwent renovations this summer, adding tools and areas to better facilitate student production and group projects.
Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., will visit Iowa State at 6:20 p.m. Sunday in the Scheman Building for a town hall.
Student Government sat at-larges and senators to a variety of committees, funded many club requests, reviewed the procedure for passing bills, and discussed the Creation of Court Reform Bills with great extent at Wednesday’s night meeting.
The Iowa State College Democrats hosted a 2020 presidential caucus fair Wednesday on Iowa State’s campus.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) elected a new Professional Advancement Grant (PAG) chair and began efforts to create a new constitution at Monday’s meeting.
Carson King became famous overnight in Iowa by holding a sign up during ESPN’s “College GameDay” at Iowa State on Sept. 14.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) is considering having a special election after the Professional Advancement Grant (PAG) chair resigned last week.
Student Government passed funding for an STD testing project, sat at-larges to committees, named the vice commissioner for the Election Commission and reviewed Story County Analysis of Social Services Evaluation Team (ASSET) funding at Wednesday night's meeting.
This story will be continuously updated as more information is released.
Iowa State students voted in the 2018 midterm elections at a rate nearly double their 2014 midterm turnout rate.
At Wednesday night's meeting, Student Government will be seating at-larges to committees and election commission members, confirming the vice-commissioner and adopting a new Analysis of Social Services Evaluation Team (ASSET) fund.
There are racial disparities in education.
Slated for a January 2020 opening, the Student Innovation Center will provide students and faculty with an opportunity to test out new teaching methods, interact with members from other colleges and collaborate with each other.