Samantha Kragel, senior in interior design, placed second in the residential design category of the Sherwin-Williams Student Design Challenge …
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…
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.
Students with disabilities will soon have a lab that caters to their technological needs in the classroom.
Iowa State Museums held their second Art and Antique sale on Friday at the Scheman Building with over 80 people in line waiting to buy antiques. The items they include are original Campanile copper tiles, original artwork, medallions, coins and books.
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.
Iowa State is home to four Goldwater scholars this year — the highest number of selections an institution can be awarded.
Iowans are sounding off after Sally Goldenberg, city hall bureau chief and reporter for Politico New York, tweeted her observations from the state on Friday.
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.
Iowa State University’s 2019 undergraduate graduation commencement ceremony Saturday was bittersweet for the now-graduates — the culmination of years of work and support from friends and family along the way.
As presidential candidates move through Iowa for caucus season, one student group at Iowa State is drawing their eyes to a specific cause: children.
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 will host a series of events in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) throughout April.
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.