Just over a week ago, we asked you what you wanted to know about Iowa State men’s and women’s basketball and its history in the NCAA Tournamen…
Iowa State will host a series of events in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) throughout April.
Iowa State hosted its 20th annual Dance Marathon event to raise money for funds that benefit children's hospitals across the country. The even…
With students often cycling through Ames every four years, one local entrepreneur is launching an art project around wearable art while seeking a way to keep students from leaving the art community in Ames.
Student Government will be hosting their spring joint meeting with Ames City Council to reconvene on issues and solutions surrounding community bridging projects and the Campustown plaza.
Women of color who exemplify grace, style, poise and academic excellence were recognized in a scholarship pageant Saturday at the Iowa State Alumni Center.
Iowa State’s Recreational Services offer a unique approach to kick starting your goals by working out with personal trainers. Personal training is a convenient program to exercise one-on-one with personal trainers who are also Iowa State students.
A source of pride for many Iowa State students, faculty and staff is the fact that the first digital computer was created at Iowa State.
Black History Month serves as a time to reflect and honor black leaders and contributors to our nation’s history.
Students looking out their windows watch the campus they call home blanketed in snow. They question whether they should embrace the snowfall or begin hibernating.
With the start of spring semester, Iowa State dining has developed new parameters regarding Flex Meal dining locations.
Changing Health Attitudes and Actions to Recreate Girls (CHAARG), is an organization on a mission to motivate college girls to live a healthy and holistic lifestyle by helping them find their fit.
After extended renovations and demolition to one of Iowa State's grab-and-go dining locations, the Hub is not only garnering diverse food experiences but also varying points of opinion from students.
Families and friends of more than 2,000 Iowa State undergraduate candidates gathered Saturday for the fall 2018 commencement at Hilton Coliseum.
Finals is the one of the most stressful times of the semester, and not just for students. As the term winds down, professors have to worry about administering finals to countless students, and they have little input when it comes to getting a room and time reserved for the big week.
In just a half hour after receiving an email about the romaine outbreak, Iowa State Dining immediately responded by throwing out the leafy green and notifying student managers from all 24 food stores and dining locations.
Bite Squad, a subscription-based food delivery service, will be coming to Ames this weekend.
It can take years and even decades for a student club or organization to build its identity, brand recognition and overall place within the greater Ames community of which tens of thousands of students actively participate in.
Carrying heavy groceries can potentially be beneficial to your heart.
Lori Weyhrich, 49, thought it was impossible to combine her love for horses and her experience growing up with a brother with disabilities, until she stepped foot in One Heart’s barn.
What started as a conversation over coffee, sparked the idea of a roadtrip across 50 states to live their dreams of sharing people’s stories. Husband-and-wife duo Tyler Way and Kendra Clapp Olguin, along with their cat, are traveling across the country to ensure the completion of their goal.
Even with the implementation of unisex bathrooms and locker rooms at State Gym, some transgender students continue to feel unsafe and intimidated. The Recreation Services Equity and Inclusion committee, aims to turn fear into confidence by eliminating disparities faced by marginalized groups.
About 50 ghoulishly-dressed students embraced the spirit of Halloween by dancing along with instructors to mega-hits like “Thriller” by Michael Jackson on Tuesday at State Gym.
If you heard loud chanting on campus Wednesday, don’t fear. It wasn’t the frustration of students trying to recuperate from mid-terms and lack of sleep, it was the performances from the sorority and fraternity community competing in Yell Like Hell.
Homecoming week is filled with traditions and activities.
The annual Iowa State Homecoming Parade is not only a tradition that kicks off Homecoming week but an event that showcases groups that make up Iowa State's culture. It’s an opportunity for those who love Iowa State to celebrate their school pride.
Screaming and cheering rings through the athletes’ ears. Excited fans crowd around, standing with their adrenaline pumping. Coaches watch their athletes, reminding them of the long hours of practice.
It’s no secret that college students struggle with health and body image. With the explosion of social media, bombarding messages of the “ideal” body can be found across all platforms, potentially leading to unhealthy habits.
This is the first story in a series from "Voices" highlighting students who are dedicating their time here at Iowa State to activism and advocating for causes of their choosing.
A devastating flood in the South Indian state of Kerala killed 483 people and caused an estimated $3 billion damage.
Fifth annual Gingerbread Run/Walk for Adoption put on by non-profit organization Iowans for Adoption a success despite weather setback.
The Ames Main Street Farmers’ Market was held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday in downtown Ames. The market’s last day of the season will be Oct 27th. Read about the vendors' experiences below:
People from all backgrounds come together to support Iowa State’s annual fall blood drive, which took place Monday through Thursday in the Memorial Union’s Great Hall.
Student organizations and Ames businesses have until Sunday to register for the annual Homecoming parade.
The State of Iowa, by way the Story County Attorney, has requested a hearing to address what they see as potential conflicts of interest for public defenders Paul Rounds and Michelle Wolf, who represent Collin Daniel Richards.
A need for a space for Latinx identities on Iowa State's campus was voiced through a proposal in the late 1990s.
Iowa State students reported feeling angry, embarrassed and afraid after being sexually assaulted, when responding to Iowa State’s campus climate survey. Over half felt as if they were somehow responsible.
Editor's note: One name was misspelled in this article, which appeared in print Oct. 2, 2018. The online version has been updated with the correct spelling.