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ISU Dining is hard at work in reducing waste in their facilities. ISU Dining centers feed thousands of students and faculty each day, leaving many to question truly how sustainable they strive to be. The centers practice a variety of methods to achieve a more sustainable outcome.
Iowa State’s chapter of Chi Omega (Eta Beta) supports the Liz Kirke Foundation, an Iowa State-only philanthropy, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation as their main philanthropy.
The holiday season is celebrated with many different and unique traditions, but one common practice linking people together is commercialism.
When Julissa Garcia, senior in journalism and mass communications, arrived at Iowa State in the fall of 2016, she knew she had made history.
Do you have a Type A or Type B personality? What did your horoscope tell you this morning about the relationships in your life? What Harry Potter house are you? Do you watch "The Office" or "Friends?" Are you more of an introvert or an extrovert? Are you the advice giver or receiver in your friend group?
Donuts with the Dean of Students Office (DSO) is a chance for students to enjoy free donuts and connect with staff.
A horoscope is as distinctive as a fingerprint, according to astrology.com. A personal prediction of your day and life based on the positions of the stars and planets and when you were born can be very telling of one's personality, should you choose to pay attention to it.
The peaceful silence of Central Campus was interrupted by the shouts of those filled with Cyclone power Wednesday evening.
Buttons reading “Cy’s the Limit” can be spotted all over campus this week, not only to commemorate Homecoming Week but to give students, staff and Iowa State's community the opportunity to snag a free meal on Central Campus.
Madison Tuttle left Iowa State with a diploma in her hands in 2018. In 2019, rather than a diploma, Tuttle had an Emmy award in her hands.
The Green Umbrella and Live Green! organizations hosted National Campus Sustainability Day on Friday. The goal of the event was to spread awareness about sustainability and give students the opportunity to see what kinds of sustainable club involvement Iowa State's campus has to offer.
Invisible disability is a term describing people with disabilities that aren’t visible or known by others.
The Green Umbrella and Live Green! organizations will be hosting National Campus Sustainability Day on Friday. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the South Library Lawn. It will be a day to recognize the achievements and initiatives being made on campus.
The Ames Haunted Forest is an attraction many Iowans visit every year to celebrate Halloween and to feel a rush of adrenaline from jump-scaring creepsters such as hospital gown clad women and chainsaw-revving maniacs.
The leaves are changing, the breeze is cooling and pumpkin spice is in full swing. Fall time has finally started, and with the changing of the seasons comes the changing of store racks everywhere. It’s a well-known fact that even before fall begins, stores are already stocking their shelves with jeans, sweaters and scarves in the hopes that consumers will once again fill their closets with the newest trends of the season.
Alpha Omicron Pi and Ames Area Running Club hosted their annual Run for the Roses race early Sunday at Ames Middle school.
Family Weekend is a tradition many Cyclones look forward to here at Iowa State. This year families were welcomed to spend three days on campus learning about the university, seeing the campus and of course spending time with their families.
Alpha Omicron Pi will be hosting the Run for the Roses 5k and 10k walk/run race for their fall philanthropy Sunday. All proceeds will be going toward the Arthritis Foundation.
Fast fashion is a controversial trend. While the clothing that’s produced as a result of this trend is by far cheaper than the designer styles, its process of recreating and imitating high fashion is harmful to the environment and labor workers, causing some consumers to strike against it.
Students at Iowa State can immerse themselves into a new culture, try new foods and experience life in a new city all while getting a college education.
The Outdoor Recreation Program (ORP) at Iowa State takes the phrase “choose your adventure” to a whole new level. The program lets students explore the great outdoors in many capacities.
This month Netflix re-debuted "Netflix and Chills," a category that only comes around once a year highlighting the service's horror and thriller titles. Netflix also released a list of series and titles each month leaving the streaming platform the following month, as well as a ones that will be added soon.
A burnt orange couch that can be recognized anywhere, one-liners that are understood and referenced by many and the presence of coffee and the theme of friends becoming family are all potential factors that make "Friends" one of the most successful television shows of our generation.
Rain on your wedding day is supposed to bring good luck, right? United at the Union is hoping that’s the case with their bridal expo that took place Sunday. With hopes of drawing in a crowd of 350 or more potential clients, the event also brought with it some rain.
Everyone wants to find a community in college. A home away from home where they can debrief, relax and be themselves. The BOLD learning community stands for Building Opportunities in Leadership and Diversity and serves as an escape for multicultural students on a predominantly white campus.
Each year dozens of Iowa State alumni return to campus to relive past memories by kissing near the Campanile, walking laps around Lake Laverne and getting married.
This past weekend, thousands of fans gathered to watch the long awaited Cy-Hawk game unfold. With the presence of College Gameday in Ames, excitement increased. Chances are, if you live in the state of Iowa, you were either in Ames this weekend yourself, or could count the number on two hands of how many people you knew who were.
A University of Iowa onesie. Tailgates, watch parties, the colors black and gold everywhere you look. From an early age, parents teach their children to cheer for and be fans of certain teams. What happens when you were raised as a Hawkeye fan, but 18 years later, choose the opposition and attend Iowa State University?
A common genre disliked among people everywhere is horror. Horror movies, haunted houses — Halloween even — are thought of as creepy, gory and straight-up terrifying. The scary effect of music alongside movie scenes, scary costumes and the amount of fake blood and creepy props can be too much for some people.
Food delivery apps are one tool that helps make college life easier, and while there seems to be a surplus of food delivery apps that students have access to, each one is different in its own way. Cost, efficiency and quality of the app are deciding factors that play a key role in which app students choose for their food delivery needs.
Everyone’s worst nightmare, aside from showing up to class in nothing but their underwear, is acne. The small, four-letter word can cause major problems, especially in college. From eating an overabundance of sweets to stressing over the next calculus exam, acne stems from a number of things.
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.
While a hot summer can be the dream for some students, it can be a nightmare for those with hair susceptible to the humidity. The humidity causes unwanted frizz, leading people to opt in for an indoor activity or the typical top-knot hairstyle.