A hyper-partisan political atmosphere and the decline of the numbers of tenured faculty has raised concerns about academic freedom.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will be seating senators and at-larges to various committees and voting on bills to balance t…
The Iowa Board of Regents will be meeting Wednesday and Thursday to discuss various initiatives that affect the students and community of Ames.
The Iowa State-Iowa football game showed a high spike in citations compared to other games.
University President Wendy Wintersteen delivered her State of the University address titled, “Writing the Next Chapter of Innovation and Excellence” on Wednesday.
Student Government sat senators to committees and passed bills that provided funding for office equipment and transferred funds into the Student Activity Fee Reserve at Wednesday’s meeting.
Ames voters rejected funding for a $29 million bond to fund the long-planned Healthy Life Center in a referendum Tuesday.
Student Government will be seating senators to committees and voting on three bills, with a first look at reallocating Dance Marathon funds to serve a different purpose.
Americans have one of the lowest voter turnout rates in the developed world, compounded with tens of millions not even registered to vote.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., kicked off his “Grassroots College Campus Tailgate Tour” Sunday at Iowa State with a call for action aimed at younger voters.
The American public as a whole has shifted steadily to being more supportive of LGBTQIA+ rights over the past twenty years.
S.E. Cupp kicked off the 2019 Greenlee Summit.
Student Government reviewed three bills Wednesday night. Bills for funding for a computer for a soon-to-be-hired administrative assistant, funding for a new office proxy lock system for the Student Government office and moving $13,000 to a Student Activity Fee Reserve will be voted on next week.
Student Government will be voting on funding for an office proxy lock and an office computer tomorrow evening.
On Nov. 9, 2015, Kathryn and Jeffrey Schussler woke up to knocking on their door.
On a Cyclone football game day in Ames, the number of people within city limits — and the number of cars within city limits — increases significantly.
Alex Krumm, Student Government's new adviser, plans to teach students how to be successful leaders, provide support and guidance when needed and use his past experiences to develop and grow Iowa State.
Iowa State’s Student Government held its first meeting last night, where they introduced their new adviser and approved four new members.
Iowa State’s Student Government will be holding its first meeting of the semester Wednesday. On their docket is confirming various seats, seating a senator to Frederiksen Court, providing funding to multiple groups and updating the Student Government Student Initiatives committee in the articles of cooperation with Graduate and Professional Student Senate.
Throughout the summer, Iowa State had multiple construction projects around campus that renovated and revamped the area. The Student Innovation Center, Sports Performance Center and Reiman Gardens-Southwest Corner Improvements were some of the big projects that students can now see the effects of.
UPDATE: This story has been updated to note the campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders is active on the Iowa State campus.
Rep. Steve King, R-Storm Lake, faces three primary challengers in his bid for renomination in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District. This is the first time he faces a serious challenge for the Republican nomination since he was first elected in 2002.
The man who pleaded guilty to murdering Celia Barquín Arozamena was sentenced to life in prison Friday.
CyRide’s bus tracking system is changing in time for the start of the next semester. The service “will implement a transition to a new real-time predictive bus service” starting Monday.
The Ames City Council will convene Tuesday to review a request from Iowa State on cooperation between the City and the university on their Principles of Community Campaign.
Voting rights advocates around the country held candle-light vigils Tuesday night, demanding Congress restore protections of the 1965 Voting Rights Act (VRA).
The former mayor of Iowa City and an Iowa State Extension associate program director, Ross Wilburn, will represent Campustown and the Iowa State campus in the state legislature.
The regent university presidents spoke to the Board of Regents during their meeting Thursday with Iowa State President Wendy Wintersteen, saying she was surprised at the drop in international student enrollment.
CyRide will purchase new buses with electric batteries with funds it received from a federal grant.
The Board of Regents meeting for August is anticipated to be brief, but will cover a few items related to Iowa State.
The new director of information security at Information Technology Services (ITS) is Rich Tener.
CyMail users who have received an email purporting to offer $250 to work “4 - 8 hours weekly” have been asked to ignore it by the ISU Police Department.
Ames City Council will discuss “Campustown public improvements,” among other issues in its meeting Tuesday.
Chris Nelson announced he is seeking a third term on the Ames City Council Monday.
Democrats have a nominee for the special election called to fill the vacancy in Iowa House District 46.
Three candidates are seeking the Democratic nomination for the vacant Iowa House District 46 seat.
Amber Corrieri is seeking a promotion from Ames voters.
Iowa State University Relations Executive Director John McCarroll will serve his last day at Iowa State Tuesday, after 22 years full of changes.
Story County Democrats will soon have their candidate for Iowa House District 46.
Ross Wilburn, diversity officer and associate program director for community and economic development for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, is seeking the Democratic nomination for the vacant Iowa House District 46 seat.
John McCarroll, executive director of University Relations at Iowa State, will retire from his position effective July 2. Jacy Johnson, director of advancement for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, will succeed McCarroll as head of a revamped unit the next day.
Gov. Kim Reynolds has appointed Jim Kurtenchbach as director of the Iowa Department of Administrative Services. He will take the position effective July 1.
The concerns Iowa State students and others who rent in Ames have with renting properties were laid out before the City Council by the Ex Officio Student Liaison Devyn Leeson during Tuesday’s meeting.