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When setting special election dates, Gov. Kim Reynolds must ask herself: “Why ‘get out the vote’ when you can suppress it?”
Earlier this week, Ex Officio Ames City Council Liaison Devyn Leeson sent an email to members of the council and Mayor John Haila outlining nine issues he found with the state of landlord-tenant relations in Ames, based on discussions with tenants, activists and student leaders.
Many students take advantage of the summertime to dip their toes into post-graduate life with an internship. Some use it as a networking tool; some use it as a way to explore their career options. Others use it to fulfill a degree requirement.
After a long and most likely difficult year of classes, students all around the country will start to go on summer break this month. Some may spend summer taking classes on campus or online, some may spend it vacationing around the globe, some may spend it working at a job or internship or some may spend it doing nothing at all.
Last week, the Iowa Legislature passed a bill providing Iowa's Regent universities with $12 million in additional funding.
The Chabad of Poway in Poway, California joined a growing list of places of worship that have become the target of a hate crime Saturday.
So begins the aptly named dead week at Iowa State.
Thursday marks year two of what Iowa State hopes to turn into an annual tradition: the spring outdoor concert.
Walking down the sidewalks of Iowa State’s beautiful campus, you look around and see hundreds of students going about their day.
Vicente Fox, former President of Mexico, will deliver a speech Thursday night in Stephens Auditorium titled “Building Bridges or Walls: Where Do the U.S. and Mexico Go from Here?”
Iowa Legislature, you still have time to make the right decision.
For those in tune with campus politics, today marks a special occasion — the newly elected president and vice president will be inaugurated.
In 1922, Iowa State University started a tradition like no other. By combining the numerous student celebrations that took place during the spring into one big festival, Iowa State created a showcase for itself unparalleled by any other annual gathering.
The state of free speech as it relates to higher education is controversial.
Since the dawn of civilization, technology has been making huge leaps and bounds. In the blink of an eye, humans went from rubbing two sticks together to create fire to creating fully functioning electric cars. The classroom is no different. But is it for better or for worse?
Leadership takes many different forms.
Surveys are a great way to collect information from a variety of sources in a short amount of time, especially when people can answer anonymously for more sensitive topics, such as sexual assault. Iowa State recently sent out a survey looking to find answers about the current climate around campus.
Fifty innocent lives were recently taken in two different mosques in New Zealand.
Over spring break, the Midwest was hit with some of the worst flooding it has seen in decades. While western Iowa was hit hard, southwest Iowa experienced the worst of the flood waters. Many communities along the Missouri River are now underwater and residents have no knowledge of when they might be able to return.
Nearly two weeks ago, a new president and vice president were elected to Student Government. They won with 54 percent of the vote.
On the heels of a college scandal that roiled many involved in the higher education space, the Onion decided to take its own approach to the university admissions process. In doing so, the popular satire website featured none other than Iowa State.
For the past month, Student Government executive slates have been vying for president, vice president as well as Senate candidates.
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #BalanceforBetter.
The Iowa State University Police Department released a new app for Iowa State's campus called Rave Guardian. Launched Wednesday, the app serves as a "full contact list of emergency and non-emergency contact personnel, push notifications about campus activity and crime and a tip button for easy submissions," according to the police.
Self-described white nationalist Nicholas Fuentes announced in a YouTube video Monday that he will be coming to Iowa to speak on a college campus Wednesday.
Fear is a powerful tool and weapon. It has been used for centuries to control people, ranging from one person scaring someone else into doing something to world leaders creating hysteria to push an agenda.
A lot has happened since the vice presidential debate, which should give students all the more reason to attend the presidential debate.
Over the weekend, Student Government was slated to hold an emergency Senate meeting that would have served two purposes: determine whether the director of residency has a future in the organization, as well as discuss a resolution aimed at creating a better Student Government.
An 11-minute Snapchat trashing Senate Speaker Cody Woodruff, as well as Student Government as a whole, was posted by cabinet member Dozmen Lee on Tuesday.
The Student Government Vice Presidential Debate offers students the opportunity to directly engage with their candidates in a way that isn’t as sugar-coated or clean as the platforms on their respective websites.
After a year-long study and much discussion with the public, CyRide 2.0 was supposed to be better. But it has not quite hit the mark, as noted in a recent report conducted by CyRide.