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Schofer began her tenure May 31 and previously served as director of neighborhood and public services, at the Brooklyn Public Library in New York with 20 years of experience. Schofer achieved her master’s degree from Kent State University in Library and Information Science and her bachelor’s degree in English and History from St. Ambrose University.

The Department of Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management (AESHM) is asking members of the Iowa State community to vote on a design for a tartan plaid fabric to represent the pride and spirit of Iowa State.

Overflow is an good place to go when a student wants to buy cute clothing at a reasonable price. However, not many people know about all of the charitable works the organization does for the Ames community.

Thrifting is a very popular activity for students to do on a budget. You can get everything you need at one of these stores for a lower price than you would have paid for the original at a department store. While it may take a little bit of searching, the experience is worth it, and Ames has several options for those who are looking to save some money.

Iowa State students have popular areas to go on campus to study varying from Parks Library to their dorm rooms. However, many of them rarely leave their Iowa State bubble and explore the city of Ames. Here is a handful of the vast amount of coffee shops Ames has to offer.

As leases turnover, we watch our community’s curbs transform into a home for heaping unwanted household items. The bulky items left behind during the housing shuffle create an immense amount of work for the city and more waste for landfills. Rather than abandon our used items, Ames has a sustainable alternative.

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.

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.

The Fitness and Wellness Expo on Thursday filled the State Gym basketball courts with booths, games and free items to promote the different resources available on campus for students looking to live a healthier lifestyle in the new year.

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.

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