Pete Buttigieg released a new plan on higher education early Monday.
The Indian Student Association (ISA) is the second largest student organization on campus and hosts several prominent events throughout the ye…
Poetry readings are set to provide “vivid imagery” at this week’s Monday Monologues.
For students at Iowa State, there exists a group that allows them to have deeper discussions about social justice issues.
The first few days of public impeachment hearings for President Donald Trump fell along largely partisan lines.
As fall turns to winter, the roads get busier. With multiple upcoming holidays to celebrate, if individuals are uneducated on the importance of safety in Iowa winter conditions, traveling to and from festivities could be risky.
At this week's Feminist Friday , Jennifer Hibben, a campus pastor at the Wesley Center and associate pastor for the Collegiate United Methodist Church, had readers approach the talk with open minds to challenge common held beliefs about Christianity.
The International Student Council celebrated diversity at this year’s International Night.
The fourth finalist for Iowa State’s next university registrar will focus on making a big difference by changing the “little things" if she receives the position.
Stepping outside of one’s comfort zone looks different for everyone. It could mean joining a new club or finally working up the courage to talk to your crush. For some, it could be taking that first step toward recovery for an addiction.
A former congressman and an Iowa State faculty member discussed the impeachment process in an event at Iowa State late Thursday.
To recognize and share the stories of those who served the country in the Vietnam War, Steve Feimer, associate professor of justice studies at the University of South Dakota, spoke Thursday.
Iowa State’s College of Human Sciences Career Services department hosted a “Salary and Offer Negotiation Workshop,” on Thursday in the LeBaron Conference Room 1009.
The fourth finalist in the search for Iowa State’s next university registrar will have an open forum 11 a.m. to noon Friday to talk about the position and meet with community members of Iowa State.
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The Iowa Board of Regents met Thursday, and President Wendy Wintersteen delivered an address to the regents on the status of Iowa State.
Raisbeck Endowed Dean of Iowa State’s Ivy College of Business David Spalding has witnessed the implementation of new aspects of the college.
The historically large Democratic presidential primary field expanded again early Thursday.
Student Government was visited by Iowa State students who addressed a recent incident on Reddit which police are looking into, discussed a constitutional amendment and examined funding bills at Wednesday night’s meeting.
The Iowa State Veterans Center hosted the 7th Annual Community Supper to show support for military students and to honor those who have served.
For the first time in eight years, there will be a runoff election on Dec. 3 for the representative of the 4th Ward for the Ames City Council.
The Indian Students' Association (ISA) will present Diwali, the Festival of Lights, from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
President Wendy Wintersteen sent an email to the Iowa State community in relation to the Iowa State University Police Department (ISUPD) opening an investigation into physical threats made on the Iowa State Reddit page.
At the Iowa Board of Regents meeting yesterday, committees recommended actions for the board to take and an Iowa State student took the chance to speak on campus issues.
A discussion on impeachment is set to take place Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.
As part of Veterans Week at Iowa State, the Iowa State Lectures Program is hosting a lecture about Vietnam veterans.
The third finalist for Iowa State’s new director for the Office of the Registrar spoke about open collaboration between students and staff during an open forum Wednesday.
World Diabetes Day began in 1991 in response to growing concerns around diabetes. This year it will be recognized Thursday.
After 18 months of discussing, reviewing and analyzing a new chapter in the municipal code, the Ames City Council unanimously voted to enact legislation for vacation lodging effective December 1.
Margaret A. Palmer spoke about the restoration of America’s water systems and explained how the effects that humans have on water quality and how ecological, ecosystem, and mitigation processes can help reverse those effects Tuesday.
Fifteen minutes before Game Jam starts, the bottom floor of Eilings Hall is quiet, the lobby upstairs is almost empty and the loudest sound is somebody taking a call in the corner.
The Iowa State Veterans Center will bring veterans, military students and families together for food and conversation for the 7th Annual Community Supper.
Two Iowa State engineering professors presented their work in developing biopolymers from soybean oil for asphalt production Monday at an open house.
The Iowa Board of Regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday to discuss various initiatives that affect Iowa State students and the community of Ames.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, Student Government will address student demands to prevent racism on campus, discuss a constitutional amendment and review a funding bill.
The third finalist in the search for Iowa State’s next university registrar will have a open forum 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday to discuss the position and meet with Iowa State community members. Wednesday’s forum will be in the Soults Family Visitor Center in the Memorial Union.
Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg filed to run in a Democratic primary for president Friday.
Religion will enter the conversation at 1 p.m this Feminist Friday at the Margaret Sloss Center For Women and Gender Equity.
The International Student Council (ISC) hosted one of the events of International Week Monday in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union.
As part of the Veterans Day celebrations at Iowa State, the Gold Star Ceremony took place Monday.
A new group has formed on campus with the intent of supporting students.
Ames City Council will discuss plans to prevent human trafficking and finalize its vacation lodging ordinances at Tuesday night's meeting.
Implementations of reforms following the campus climate survey performed two years ago continue to move forward as student efforts to speak out on campus ramp up.