As students are beginning to move into their apartments, some may be recovering from homelessness due to a leasing gap, a period between one l…
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-ti…
Iowa State offers many different opportunities for cultural engagement: museums, a sculpture garden, the first building on campus, artwork sur…
Ames is known for many things, from its Cyclone pride to the Main Street events. The city is also known for its intense coffee culture and, so many people have different specific tastes, ranging from an iced americano to a vanilla latte with two pumps of caramel.
There are two seasons in the Midwest—winter and construction—and Ames is still in the heat of construction season.
The FDA has issued warning letters to four e-liquid and hookah companies informing them that 44 of their products cannot legally be sold in the United States.
Construction for the Ames Miracle Playground and Field is underway to help cater to the needs of over 500 children with disabilities in the Ames community.
The Ames Foundation will host a groundbreaking for the Miracle League Field and All-inclusive playground 10 a.m. Saturday at Inis Grove Park, 24th and Duff Avenue. There will be a formal ceremony featuring presentations, introduction the major funders and key figures for the project.
Stacey Wertzberger is a "woman to watch" not only in the food industry but as a mother of three, an athlete and an academic adviser. The idea of "do the hard things" has become her mantra throughout her personal, family and professional life.
Whether your favorite book is War and Peace or Harry Potter, reading for pleasure can sometimes be hard for students. If you can squeeze in some reading time between classes, here are some books from a few genres that one might not usually consider.
CyRide will purchase new buses with electric batteries with funds it received from a federal grant.
After 11 weeks of development, new and upcoming entrepreneurs will present their business plans to the Ames community.
Two new programs will launch this week as a way to help workers and alumni grow in their careers.
A weekend packed with good deals and new furniture for many students has also created an opportunity to reduce the number of items falling into the waste cycle.
Ghost stories are a household staple at every sleepover, most often about some neighborhood rumors. In 2014, Iowa State was named the fifth-most-haunted campus in the Midwest from eerie noises at the Memorial Union to the strange movement at Farm House Museum.
On a hot and humid day, hundreds of Story County community members fill their weekend schedule with activities ranging from horse to swine showing. For many of these community members, this event has been a family tradition.
After traveling over one million miles across the United States in the span of 20 years, the largest steam-run locomotive will make its comeback to the railroad tracks.
Competing against 150 teams from 28 countries, two groups from Iowa State took first and eighth place in the Data Mining Cup (DMC).
Ames Public Library will bring a new opportunity to discuss marginalized communities Sunday.
The Living with Art lecture series will have its final presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Farwell T. Brown Auditorium at the Ames Public Library.
For those who are considering their next tattoo or first one, you may have a lot of questions. Caity Weeces has worked at Heroic Ink for eight years, five of them as a tattoo artist, and has some tips to consider when you are ready for your next tattoo.
As the Fourth of July festivities continue, several children in red, white and blue gathered in excitement and anticipation as they waited for the Fourth of July parade to begin.
As you plan for events for the Fourth of July, here are some events and safety tips to consider for your next get-together.
With more than 3,000 followers, Anna Napolitano, a sophomore in pre-graphic design at Iowa State, shares her talents in the makeup realm on Instagram, Twitter and Youtube. She has been practicing makeup professionally for six years but has always had a passion for art.
Iowa State Information Technology Services (ITS), Parks Library, the University Bookstore and Procurement Services are partnering with University of Iowa and University of Northern Iowa to push textbook companies to be accessible for all.
This week’s installment of “Cheap Eats” comes in the form of a tasty lunch/dinner that is not only easy to make but also healthy and delicious. With the ingredients provided, it is possible to make up to six meals of equal portions, all for under $10. All prices are approximate and vary by store and location.
Local high school teachers have come together to create an educational program for students who struggle with the traditional school system.
Samantha Kragel, senior in interior design, placed second in the residential design category of the Sherwin-Williams Student Design Challenge (SDC) with her rendering “Wander,” winning $1,000 cash.
An Iowa State sorority has been placed on deferred suspension for hazing.
Despite the rain, Ames families learned more about insects and their vital role for making the Earth habitable through interactive teaching at Pollinator Fest on Saturday at Reiman Gardens.
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.
Ambiguity hangs in the air as the Ames City Council works to balance its goals of increasing affordable housing options and preserving the character of owner-occupied neighborhoods. With state legislation invalidating the rental cap ordinance, the council looked toward the enforcement of previous ordinances, but not without a word from the public.
Ames Public Library Board member knew that Sheila Schofer was good at her job–running libraries–and as a native Iowan, he thought she might be interested in becoming the new library director.
It was a hot and humid day, but College Creek was cool, and it was getting cleaned.
Millennials and Generation Z have a negative view towards the mass media and their economic future, according to a new survey.
Muslim countries around the world, and even in Ames, cannot agree on which day to celebrate one of their holiest holidays.